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System Options and Upgrades

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  • May 28, 2014

    Should we use a venturi or a cutter/fan system to handle our trim waste?

    Trying to decide which trim removal system your company needs? Precision AirConvey (PAC) has made you a handy chart to see how venturis stack up against cutter/fan systems. A venturi (ven-CHUR-ee or ven-TOUR-ee) is a device used in the converting

  • Apr 16, 2014

    How can I reduce sound from my trim removal system?

    You want a safe environment for workers that meets OSHA sound-pressure standards. It's time to quiet down your trim or matrix removal system. What's making the system so loud? Fans and cutters are the typical main noisemakers in air conveying

  • Mar 11, 2014

    How can my company reclaim film edge trim and scrap for reuse?

    You don't want your waste to go to waste. By adding a reclamation system onto your film press, you can create a closed-loop system that recycles your edge trim and roll scrap back into usable material for your product on-site.

  • Oct 22, 2013

    How does a static eliminator bar improve a trim or matrix removal system?

    In a high-speed trim or matrix removal system, static is a constant byproduct. As chopped paper, plastic, textiles and other trim and waste materials race through the system, they often develop a static charge as they approach the air separator.

  • Oct 17, 2013

    How can sound attenuation quiet down my trim removal system?

    Noisy operations aren't just a nuisance; if your shop floor exceeds OSHA standards, your operators can suffer physical and psychological stress, tinnitus (ringing in the ear) and/or temporary or permanent hearing loss. If the sounds from your trim waste removal