Product summary and specifications
Comparison with the conventional type
What is a traverse guide
Lineup and specifications
Comparison of efficiency
Concept of product development
Product guide VTR
   
Product summary and specifications
Structure
Comparison with the conventional type
Lineup and specifications
Product guide VTR
   
Product summary and specifications
Principles of Separation/Comparison with the conventional type
V-shape Cascade
Specifications
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3  What is a traverse guide?
 

In the conventional type, it was a common sense that the strands were cut at a right angle to the cutting blade as guided by the fixed guide for uniform pellet production. In contrast with the conventional type where the blade is worn out only at its edge in the root of the guide, and not at the part extending from the crest of the guide. Therefore, the blade is worn out in a wavy pattern. The traverse guide is a movable guide (sliding), changed from the fixed grooved guide, and so the blade can be used effectively and worn uniformly.
Note: The image is accelerated to see the movements easier.
 Features of Traverse Guide

By using the traverse guide to slide the guide traversely, where the point of the strands to come in contact with the blade to be cut varies, so that the cutting blade is worn out uniformly. By wearing of the blade on the part extending from the crest of the guide, the life cycle of the blade can be made longer to two years, and as the result, the continuous operation time extended to a double, and yet the waste resin reduced to a half. Thus, the improvements on the productivity with cost down (economy), as well as contribution to the environment protection (ecology) can be realized.
The traverse guide mechanism, if underwater strand type, can be mounted on other manufacturersユ strand cutters.
The relation between the strands and the traverse guide is animated.
Look using the playback button.
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