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KB63: Minimum loop shutoff

Category: Control Considerations | Updated: 6/12/2007 8:18:57 AM | Owner: The Professor | Read: 4989 (Last: 9/22/2019 8:58:42 AM)

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It is always smart to install a tight loop shut off provision in any loop control. This device is wired to the press to shut off before the material becomes taut, as it is practically bound to do at some time in any operation no matter how careful the adjustments and sophisticated the controls. The savings in potential die or parts damage could pay for the provision the first time it is needed.

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