Surface grinding machine KS250toolPLC-controlledautomatic

surface grinding machine
surface grinding machine
surface grinding machine
surface grinding machine
surface grinding machine
surface grinding machine
surface grinding machine
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Characteristics

Type
surface
Applications
tool
Control type
PLC-controlled, automatic
Other characteristics
2-axis
Power

5.5 kW (7.5 hp)

Description

DESCRIPTION The KS250 grinding machine with mechanical clamping system for doctor blades is specifically for the re-grinding of large daily quantities of doctor blades and other scrapping type blades used during the production of tissue paper (e.g toilet paper, paper towels, serviettes, tissue paper, etc.). The KS250 is suitable for large paper mills with high daily quantities of doctor blades to be sharpened and larger resharpening centres. The KS250 can sharpen up to 20 doctor blades simultaneously. Technical features of the KS 250 grinder for Doctor Blades: Grinding Motor 7.5 kW with Ø250mm segment grinding wheel Grinding head vibration free and very quiet Carriage drive via a toothed belt, which ensures a very smooth translation Carriage moves on lubricated sliding blocks, the sliding surface of which is made of PTFE, which has a very low coefficient of friction and is extremely hard wearing Carriage guides are hardened and precisely ground and covered with replaceable steel strips High flow rate of coolant with two side nozzles and one nozzle in the center of the grinding wheel PLC control (digital Programmer) Automatic working cycle and spark-out programmable via PLC Adjustable carriage run and variable carriage speed from 1 to 30 m / min Mechanical clamping system to re-grind up to 20 doctor blades simultaneously

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