Atlas to present next generation CW Series slitter rewinder technology at Chinaplas 2013
Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd (UK) will present the latest Atlas CW Series and Titan SR9 Series slitter rewinders for film and flexible materials at Chinaplas 2013 to be held in Guangzhou, China, 20-23 May on booth 8.1-F11 in Hall 8.1.
Atlas launched the new CW3600 & CW1040 Series technology platform last year at the Chinaplas 2012 exhibition in Shanghai and has recently introduced the CW5000 Series available in widths from 3600 to 5400mm. The complete CW Series platform now covers machine widths from 2500mm to 10400mm with speeds of up to 1500 m/min.
The company has now sold over 40 of the new platform slitter rewinders in widths from 2500mm to 9000mm for BOPP, BOPET and CPP films. This latest Atlas technology features wireless rewind arms, automatic pick-and-place knife positioning, direct drive web path rollers ensuring optimum web tension for films as thin as 6 micron and up to 125 micron. The new platform delivers higher efficiency, increased productivity and reliability, higher quality rewind reels, reduced noise levels and more effective, operator-friendly control systems.
Atlas continues to be a global leader in the design and production of high performance slitter rewinders and this latest technology sets a new benchmark in the global film slitting business with the largest machines operating at 10,400mm wide.
Atlas manufactures the Titan range of secondary slitter rewinders for flexible packaging materials, plastic film, labelstock, laminates and paper with more than 2,500 installations in over 70 countries. The latest Titan SR9 Series modular slitter rewinders provide unsurpassed levels of slitting productivity, design modularity and rewind reel quality.
New features include reduced power consumption, faster set-up time and improved sustainability showing respect for the environment.
Atlas & Titan provide comprehensive customer support through a new service platform and global network of operations based in Europe, the US, India, SE Asia and China. In China these operations are co-ordinated through the wholly owned Atlas subsidiary A.C.E. (Shanghai) Trading Co. Ltd. in Shanghai which was incorporated in 2011.