When it comes to mechanical type equipment, a tilter is an efficient and easy way to dump metal coils, molds, dies, and other heavy and bulky loads. These coil upenders can rotate steel, aluminum, and other non-ferrous coils up to 90 degrees. They are used in a variety of production and maintenance applications. Machine Concepts coil turners are an ideal addition to any coil line.
The coil upender allows the operator to load a coil from a pallet onto the loading platform before turning it in a vertical position. This machine increases line efficiency by allowing the operator to pre-configure the coils while the unwinder is still operating online. Additionally, using a Machine Concepts coil turner reduces the risk of damaging the unwinder due to direct loading of the coil by other methods. Hydraulic turners and floor-based equipment can flip rolls, molds, dies, rolls of paper, cylinders, and other heavy and bulky loads within a 90° arc.
With a wide vertical travel range, these turners can accommodate a wide range of outer coil diameters. Machine Concepts coil turners provide an efficient and safe means of tipping and loading a wide range of coil diameters into unwinders. A motorized V-saddle (top right) can smoothly move a coil and adjust it to the pallet before tipping it over.So, does the shape of the coil affect the performance of the coil upender? The answer is yes. The shape of the coil affects how it is loaded onto the upender and how it is tipped over.
If the shape of the coil is not correct, it can cause problems with loading or tipping over. Additionally, if the shape of the coil is not correct, it can cause damage to both the upender and the coil itself.To ensure optimal performance from your coil upender, it is important to make sure that your coils are properly shaped before loading them onto the upender. This will help ensure that your coils are loaded correctly and that they are tipped over safely without causing any damage.