Comexi announces S1 MS slitter

Comexi has shown off a new S1 MS slitter-rewinder at the Interpack show in Dusseldorf. It’s designed for working with non-stretchable materials and big output reels up to 1.3m in diameter.

The Comexi S1 MS slitter-rewinder has a new mono-shaft system for working with large reels

The Comexi S1 MS slitter-rewinder has a new mono-shaft system for working with large  reels  of paper,  cardboard,  self-adhesive  tapes,  aluminum,  BOPP  and other laminated materials that have a certain degree of rigidity. There’s a closed loop system to control tension and the direct drive system gives a perfect transmission between the motor torque and the shaft. In addition, it has an ALWS rewinding system with fixed lay-on roller that Comexi says will improve the quality of slitting and rewinding.

Albert Torrent, Comexi’s Slitting Brand Manager, commented: “This machine satisfies two of the booming market trends. On one hand, the need to work with more complex material structures and, on the other hand, the need to optimize the production of bag-making machines or machines that produce pouches thanks to the use of input reels with larger diameters.”

Torrent adds that the company has already sold three of these slitters.





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