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Packaging Machine Slip Ring

Technical Questions by Customers

With the innovation of technology and improvement of people’s living standards, packaging becomes an increasingly indispensable part in people’s life. Packaging machine is an equipment that could complete all or part stages of the packaging process.

Packaging machines have advantages such as could greatly improve the working efficiency, reduce labor costs associated and protect workers from certain products that do harm to health, which satisfy the demands of mass production and clean sanitation in the packaging process through the use of automation. As we all know, slip ring as a rotary joint, which plays a significant role in the application of packing machine. Generally speaking, through hole slip ring is an economical and perfect solution to packaging machine.

We, Barlin Times have designed through hole slip ring series with various inner diameter (12.7mm-190mm) and corresponding outside diameter could fully meet the needs of customers in such application. The standard circuits are 6 rings, 12 rings, 18 rings and 24 rings are available. Through bore slip ring of Barlin Times applies the best advanced fiber brush technology and precious metal multi-contacting, which enjoys the main feature of low wear, low noise, low contact pressure, long work life time, maintenance free and so on.

Circuits 1-24 Circuits
Work Speed 0-500RPM
Work Temperature -20C~+60C
Work Humidity 60%RH or higher
Voltage Rating 380VAC/DC
Current Rating 2A/5A/10A/15A per circuit
Dielectric Strength ≥1000VAC@50Hz between each circuit
Insulation Resistance 1000Mohm@500VDC
Electrical Noise 1mohm Min
Contact Materials Precious metal
Lead Wire Size Teflon UL
Lead Wire Length Standard 300mm
Housing Materials Aluminum alloy
IP Degree                               IP54 or higher

Barlin Times as a professional slip ring manufacturer, our hollow shaft slip ring acquires a great welcome from many customers at home and abroad. Looking forwarded to your cooperation in the near future.

Barlin Times