NovaSlit® S is the new aluminium foil slitter which has been developed jointly by ACHENBACH BUSCHHÜTTEN and GOEBEL IMS. The slitter can be used for precise slitting of foil thicknesses from 6 - 50 µm into slitting widths starting from 25 mm. The finished roll diameter ranges up to 800 mm in slitting operation and maximum 1,000 mm for re-reeling operation on the bottom rewinder. Furthermore, hard rolled as well as soft annealed material can be processed to the best quality.
This leads to unique advantages and multiple benefits for the operator of the NovaSlit® S with regard to the field of application:
ACHENBACH BUSCHHÜTTEN, founded in 1452, family-owned and family-run by today, is a global operating system supplier, producing in an integrative approach tailor-made non-ferrous rolling mill machinery and a broad range of foil slitting machines for the non-ferrous metal and finishing industry. Its philosophy is: ‚Technology for Future Concepts‘.
GOEBEL IMS is a world leading supplier of slitting, winding and inspection machines for the processing of aluminium foils, packaging and industrial films, aseptic packaging materials, paper and cardboard, cigarette papers and other special materials. The focus is on the solution and implementation of customer requirements: ‚Converting Ideas‘
The aluminium foil can be finished even after the annealing process and in small lots enabling a major reduction in lead times for annealed aluminium foils and allowing both, short delivery times and high flexibility. Any remaining stock and coiled material remnants can be processed.
Because of its special design, the NovaSlit® S can also be used for foil inspection to detect flatness or other defects. If needed, these parts can be smoothly cut out with the installed slitting equipment.
In accordance to the separator engineering concept, the ultrasonic welding device is an integrated part of the slitter design, thus, welding hard rolled foil just as good as soft annealed foil is possible.
Last but not least, the NovaSlit® S can be used for re-reeling operations on the bottom winder, where the slitter is capable to handle coil diameters up to 1,000 mm.