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DERAY-FST 165/750-S Shrink Tunnel
Shrink System Deray FST 165/750-S Version S - Belt heater oven based on infrared elements. Process controlled shrink tunnel to process heat shrinkable tubing for insulation or sealing of small cable bundles.
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Shrink System Deray FST 165/750-S Version S - Belt heater oven based on infrared elements.

Price includes packaging and transport.

Belt heater oven is a table version for the processing of:

  • Parallel splices
  • Endsplices after modification (attachment of a guide rail)
  • Thimbles with electronic components
  • Ring terminals
  • The processing of annular cable lugs should be examined by our technical support group since under circumstances a small modification of the device is necessary.

 

The shrink processor can be used as an individual working place as well as in series production. The continuously adjustable belt speed control ensures an optimal adaptation to previous manufacturing processes.

The shrink processor DERAY-FST 165/750-S comprises of an operating device and a control unit.

 

Safety Features:

  • Temperature control (#)
  • Temperature sensor control (#)
  • Current of the heat elements control (#)
  • Green lamp for equipment ok
  • Red lamp for error or malfunction (#)
  • Emergency stop switch at the front

(#) = In this case the direction of the conveyor belt changes, no product possible.

 

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FST Shrink Tunnel Shrinking equipment with status displays for operational (green) and disturbance (red). Emergency stop switch is located on the front for operator safety.


 


 

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