Butler Automatic SP1 automatic film splicers are available with an optional register sensor that uses registration marks on the film to provide an automatic, in-registration butt splice
. The sensor distinguishes between similar colors, enabling print across the full width of the film, even when the print is similar in color to the black register marks.
* Uses registration marks on film to provide an automatic, in-registration butt splice
The heat seal butt splicing mechanism provides a clean butt splice
with zero tail, allowing the spliced part to be used in the end product.
Cause traced to failure of a butt splice
, which exposed the bare wire and caused a short.
* Other actions to cure chatter include: Use an abrasive belt with a butt splice
; replace the contact drum bearings; replace the drive motor bearings; tighten the drive belts; replace or dress the contact drum; balance the contact drum; check the conveyor bed drive coupler/drive belt; and relieve tension from the abrasive belt when it is not in use to avoid flat spots on drums.
A film butt splice
and single flex are standard at all widths.
A straight butt splice
commonly is used on polyester belting material and today offers the extra strength needed for high-pressure belt grinding.
The splicer is suitable for splicing a variety of materials used in the nonwovens industry where light tension coupled with a need for a Butt Splice
is a requirement.
As the "active" roll expires a butt splice
is initiated and the "waiting" roll is activated.