Schiavi wax coating & lamination line
|Machine||Schiavi wax coating & lamination line|
|Duplex or triplex||Duplex|
|Max. web width||1150 mm|
|Min. — Max. laminting/coating width||1100 mm|
|Max. mechanical speed||200 m/min|
|Material & Min — Max thickness||1) Paper 40÷120 g/m2 wax coating (one side or both sides)
2) Paper 25÷40 g/m2 wax coating and lamination with aluminium foil 7÷12 μm
|Unwind type (1)||Single|
|Max. unwind reel diameter (1)||800 mm|
|Unwind type (2)||Single, suitable for alluminium foil|
|Max. unwind reel diameter (2)||800 mm|
|Unwind type (3)||Single|
|Max. rewind reel diameter||800 mm|
|Including||Semi-flexo coating group with chrome plated coating roller and stainless steel tank for wax, both heated by thermal oil; 2 rollers lamination group; N. 2 chrome plated chilled calenders with a diameter of 510 mm
BRAND NEW (2016) Hot melt wax preparation system with an output of 150 kg/h, including heated connection pipes
BRAND NEW (2016) chiller for thermoregulation of the 2 calenders
1 flexo printing group included in supply
|Special characteristics||Typical use: Butter, candies, chocolate, soup cubes|
Laminators and coaters
Laminating is invented to strengthen fragile paper. Nowadays laminating is used on a wide variety of products, from glass to film. Laminating is a technique where a meterial is produced in multiple layers. The goal is to achieve more strength and stability or to protect the product. Lamination is permanent. Lamination in the flexible packaging industry is assembled by adhesives.
The first lamination machines for the flexible industry were invented in the 1970’s.
Coating is the proces of applying a covering on the surface of an object, like a film or paper.