coil loading

coil loading

[′kȯil ‚lōd·iŋ]
(communications)
Loading in which inductors, commonly called loading coils, are inserted in a line at intervals.
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Laser-aided coil loading also improves productivity, while a fiber-optic edge guide system reduces edge trim allowance.
The system provides, as standard, fully automated coil loading and thread-up from over or under, and includes clean and dirty rolls for processing the outer wraps.
Jobs where it is difficult to move the trailer between the site and the coil loading area and very short installations, for example, are better suited to straight section installation.