- Bundle maker – Forms the pipes into the desired bundle configuration by arranging and clamping them together. Pipes of different sizes can be accommodated.
- Inline operation – The bundling processis done continuously as pipes are fed into the machine from an upstream production line. This provides high efficiency.
- Strapping unit – Applies steel or plastic strapsaround the bundled pipes to secure them together for shipping and handling.
- Auto strap alignment – Automatically aligns the straps for even tensionand a professional appearance.
- Strap tensioning – Maintains the proper tension on the straps to ensure a secure bundle. The tension can be adjusted for different applications.
- Strap cutting – Uses a blade to cut the straps to the required length after tensioning.
- Strap joint sealing – Seals the joint where the two strap ends meet using a heater, crimper or welder to prevent loosening.
- Programmable logic controller- Coordinates all the functions of the machine for automated and precise operation.
- Safety guards – Cover moving parts like the strapping unitfor operator protection. Interlocks stop the machine when guards are open.
- Easy operation – Control panelallows operators to quickly set parameters for different pipe sizes and bundle configurations.
The key benefits are high bundling efficiency, secure packaging of the pipes using straps, and a neatly finished professional appearance of the pipe bundles. The automated and inline design provides consistency and reliability for continuous production.
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Pipe bundle strapping machines can be customized to accommodate different strapping materials:
• Plastic straps: Plastic straps like polypropylene, polyester and nylon are also used for bundling pipes. The machine requires plastic-compatible strapping heads and tensioners.