T50

Alignment table
Feeder

B30

Alignment table
Feeder

T800.1

T960

Alignment table
Feeder

T1120

Alignment table
Feeder

T1420

Feeder

K70

Alignment table
Feeder

K80

Alignment table
Feeder

K8

Alignment table
Feeder

K8RS

Alignment table
Feeder

K760

Alignment table
Feeder

K800.2

T700

Alignment table
Feeder
03:11
Feeder Head Vaculift III: Pre-Blower and Centre Blower Adjustments
Correct adjustments of the pre- and centre blowers of the Vaculift III feeder head are a basic requirement for proper sheet pile ventilation at the feeder.

work steps

previous work steps: Adjustment of the lateral stop brackets to the respective format width
next work steps: Front and lateral ventilation adjustments
02:16
Feeder head Vaculift III: Bellows Suction Cups Height Adjustment
To ensure a stable sheet separation process, the distance between the pile and the bellows suction cups of the Vaculift III separation head must be set correctly.

work steps

previous work steps: Pressing an emergency stop button of the respective machine
02:31
Palletized Feeder Front and Lateral Ventilation Adjustments
The front and lateral ventilation adjustments complete the ventilation of the sheet pile at the feeder.

work steps

previous work steps: Pre-blower and centre blower adjustments
01:31
How to use the Mechanical Double Sheet Control
The mechanical double sheet control detects and stops any double sheets before folding, thus preventing machine damage and production errors.

work steps

03:11
Feader Head Vaculift III: Cleaning
Paper dust may accumulate inside the Vaculift III feeder head. Regular cleaning ensures production stability and prevents premature wear.

work steps

previous work steps: Pressing an emergency stop button of the respective machine
02:41
Cleaning the Feeder Pump Filters
The pump filters must be cleaned regularly to ensure the performance of the machine's blast air and vacuum based functions.

work steps

previous work steps: Switching off the respective machine via main switch; Letting the pump cool down for 30 minutes; If necessary removing the pump from the noise damping hood