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KB64: Excessive loop shutoff

Category: Control Considerations | Updated: 6/12/2007 8:20:48 AM | Owner: The Professor | Read: 5007 (Last: 9/21/2019 8:00:20 PM)

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In automatically variable speed operations it is a practical necessity to have an excessive loop shutoff provision. Otherwise a pile of spaghetti greets the operator returning from the menís room the first time he forgets the straightener was adjusted to run continually even though he shut down the press.

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