SINCRO means flexibility and simplicity

SINCRO is a very consolidated technology that permits to separate the paper during the roll formation along a single perforation line. The benefits of this solution are many and in the specific:

  • elimination of vacuum
  • elimination of air jets
  • elimination of the the cut off of roll
  • flexibility for product chage over
  • Simplicity of the product parameters set up from the panel HMI

More than 1.000 rewinders in the Worls are using the SINCRO technology today and SW350 cam benefit of this diruptive technology
The SINCRO mechanism actually “steers” the separated web onto the core, insuring consistently perfect pick-ups, log after log.
Due to the simplicity of the SINCRO, the cost of maintenance is greatly reduced.
Less maintenance means more production time, which in turn means more profits.
SINCRO technology provides a positive cut-off making it less dependent on ‘weak’ or perfect perforations.

DESL: Double Embosser Sincronizer Lamination

Plies are separately embossed (with the same embossing pattern) in two steel/rubber embossing units, working on opposite sides.
The glue is applied by a glue unit on one of the two plies, as this is still on its steel roll.
The two plies are glued together by the pressure applied by another, very hard rubber roll (marring roll).
Steel rolls are in phase with each other, so the points on one roll match the hollows on the other roll.

DECO means DECOration

Also in this kind of embossing, plies are separately embossed in two steel/rubber embossing units, working on opposite sides. But in this case the embossing rolls have 2 different kind of patterns: one with a decoration, the other with spot embossing (micro)
The glue is applied by a glue unit on one of the two plies, as this is still on its steel roll.
The two plies are glued together by the pressure applied by another, very hard rubber roll (marring roll).
Steel rolls are in phase with each other, so the points on one roll match the hollows on the other roll.