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Cupping Press Coil Lubrication System
Cupping Press Coil Lubrication System

The Cupping Press Coil Lubrication System applies cupping lubricants with precision and features high reliability and low maintenance in a package designed to deliver years of exceptional performance.

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Features
  • Reliable fluid application
  • Compatible with a wide variety of fluids
  • Rollers last much longer than felt pads
  • Complete control of application across top and bottom of coil
  • Low maintenance - reduced down time
Technical Specifications

    Stock type:
    • Aluminum coil stock

    Stock thickness:
    • .002" - 0.10" (.05mm - .25mm)

    Stock width:
    • 35" - 72" (89cm - 183cm)

    Fluid type(s):
    • For use with vanishing fluid or low viscosity oil (oils from 30 SUS to 150 SUS). Not designed for use with water soluble lubricants.

    Applicator material:
    • Polyester felt

    Fluid supply/capacity:
    • 10 US gal (37L) ASME rated stainless fluid tank

    Air supply:
    • Clean, dry, compressed air:
    • 80-90 psi (5.5 - 6.2 bar). 25 SCFM (708 SLPM) minimum

    Interface:
    • 4-line x 20 character LCD with 21-button tactile membrane switch

    Fluid outputs:
    • Max 22

    Control inputs:
    • 2 (dry contact/switch closure, prox sensor 10-30 VDC NPN, N.O.)

    Alarm inputs:
    • 2 (dry contact/switch closure, prox sensor 10-30 VDC NPN, N.O.)

    Outputs:
    • 22 max at power supply voltage. Max power 10 watts/output

    Alarm relay:
    • Isolated, non-fused single pole, double throw; 2 amp load max

    Max input rate:
    • 50 cycles/sec at 50% duty cycle. Minimum contact open or closed time: 10 milliseconds

    Programmable ranges:
    • Count (CNT): 0-255 counts Delay (DEL): 0-100 secs (.010 second increments) Duration (DUR): 0-100 seconds (.010 second increments)

    Fuses:
    • Supply: 2 amp
    • Output: 5 amp

    Operating temperature range:
    • 0° to +50°C (+32° to +122°F)

    Options & Accessories

    Supply & Connections
    In-die quick connect
    In-die quick connect
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    Fluid Supply Systems
    Fluid Supply Systems
    Your fluid application system needs a steady supply of pressurized fluid. Unist offers a broad range of options to meet your needs.
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    Lubrication precision for can makers!

    Designed specifically for the can making industry, the Unist Cupping Press Coil Lubrication System gives can makers precise control over the application of their cupping lubricants. The patented internally-fed roller design, combined with the programmable SmartFlow controller, has proven itself capable of applying fluids in quantities as low as 20 mg/ft²(215 mg/m²). This level of control, combined with high reliability, provides years of exceptional performance with minimal maintenance.

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    Proven success!

    Unist systems have proven themselves in the field and are currently running on over 300 cupping lines around the world.




    • Reliable fluid application
    • Compatible with a wide variety of fluids
    • Rollers last much longer than felt pads
    • Complete control of application across top and bottom of coil
    • Low maintenance - reduced down time




    Full-featured monitoring

    The SmartFlow provides full-featured monitoring of critical parameters such as fluid level, pressure and flow (optional sensors are required) and alerts users with an audible alarm and red LED. An external alarm relay can also be wired directly to a press control.





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