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slit

[slit]
(design engineering)
A long, narrow opening through which radiation or streams of particles enter or leave certain instruments.
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The slitter uses a web guide from BST Servotechnik and a tension system to ensure quick production.
It may be possible to use razor slitters successfully if the material has low values in caliper, density, elongation, tensile, and abrasiveness.
Started as a mid-size company from Bavaria, Edelmann has developed during the last couple of decades into a worldwide known manufacturer of exceptional winders and slitters for the nonwovens industry.
Ceramic slitters, once a hot trend in converting, have given way to carbide slitters.
A full selection of features brings new capabilities to other slitter rewinders for nonwovens.
The slitters under this specification can be integrated directly into a batch off system, but can also be retrofitted to other systems.
Over the last decades, Edelmann Technology has developed into a world renown manufacturer of winders and slitters for the nonwoven industry.
Other process machinery and equipment being used by these companies includes various types of mixers, slitters, trimmers, belt machinery, calenders, braiders, assembly machines and tire machinery.
Dicers and slitters for one-stage diced/pelletized particles from extrusions, slabs, or sheet stock.
Parkinson Technologies' new model DRS dual razor slitter for film and sheet extrusion applications features numerous improvements over other commercially available slitters.