Automatic Paper Straw Making Making Machine

Automatic Paper Straw Making Making Machine

FEATURE: 1. Numerical control servo cutter device, high precision cutting; 2. Automatically cut, automatically fall pipe, automatically change speed and revert; 3. Computer PLC control, touch screen man-machine interface operation; 4. Round knife cutting, incision more smooth, performance more...

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Main Technical Parameters:

Number of roller

1-5 layer

Tube diameter

5-12mm

Tube wall-thickness

0.3-1 mm

Cutting Length

100-800mm

Winding head

2

Material

Kraft paper. Face    paper:60gsm, middle paper:120gsm, bottom paper:120gsm

5.6.7.8.9mm  face paper width:15mm,middle paper:14.2,bottom paper:13.7mm
 10-12mm face paper    width:19.5mm,middle paper:18.46,bottom paper:17.81mm

Power

4.7KW(Main motor    3KW;Servo motor 1KW; frequency inverter 3.7KW)

Cutter

5 sets

Operator

1-2 person

Winding speed

0-50 m/min

Speed control

Frequency

Working Air Pressure

0.6Mpa

Power Supply

380V/3Phase/50Hz

Measurement

5600*1600*1750mm

Working Space

11000mm * 6000mm*2000mm

Weight

1500kgs


Driving system

Main    motor

3 KW (CHINA XINLING)

Servo    motor

1 KW (Schneider)

Frequency    inverter

3.7KW(Schneider)

Control system

PLC    controller

Schneider

Touch    screen

Schneider

Fix    length way

Encode (Omron)

Signal Components

Hugong

Pneumatic Components

AIR TAC (Taiwan)

Electric Components

Schneider

Screw Rod

ABBA from Taiwan

Slider

ABBA from Taiwan

Equip device

Paper shelf type

Integral reel stand

Paper Reel Stand

3 Layers

Gluing Unit

3 Layers

Belts

2

Core    mould

2

Tool    box

1

Spare    Knife

10 pcs



Configuration

Units

Standard

1

Unwinding stand


2

Glue device


3

winding heads and belt


4

Cutter part


5

conveyor


6

PLC and HIM


7

Distribution Cabinet


8

Collection


 

1. Unwinding stand

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2. Glue device

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3. Winding head part

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4. Cutter part

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5. Conveyor

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6. PCL and HIM

2.1

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8.Collection

22

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FAQ:

Q27: What is the Spare Parts, and how long can it works ?

A: The spare parts are the blades and screen, and can use as least for a year.

Q28: What’s your Warranty Time ? Do you have engineers available if we have problem ?

A:Yes ! We have more than 10 experienced engineers , if you have any questions or need

engineers to go to check , we will surely offer support !

Q30: May I know your MOQ ? Can we have discount for large order ?

A: We prefer whole sellers also the retailers, and surely can enjoy the huge discount with large

orders ! 


news:

From the time they were first invented in 1888 through the middle of the 20th century, all straws were paper. Older people might remember trying to drink milkshakes through straws that fell apart after a few sips. Plastic slowly began to supplant paper in the 1950s, though, and paper straws were swiftly swapped out for the more durable alternative. By the late 1960s, Aardvark, a family-owned straw company that traces its origins back to the original paper straw, had completely switched its product to plastic.

While sturdier, though, those strawsalong with other plastic productswreaked havoc on the environment. Today, the world produces around 300 million tons of plastic, which is made from crude-oil chemicals that seep into waterways. Around 4% of global oil thats extracted becomes plastic, and another 4% is used to power the manufacturing process. And once plastic is made, only around 9% of it is ever recycledmuch of it ends up in the oceans, where its damaging marine life.

As awareness has grown around the damaging effects of plastic on the world, environmental groups like the Ocean Conservancy and the Surfrider Foundation began to call for a transition away from all single-use plastic. In doing so, they landed on straws as a focal point. The small pieces of plastic are very difficult to recycle, and when swallowed by birds, turtles, and other sea creatures, they cause injury. David Rhodes, global business director for Aardvark, recalls being approached by environmental activists in the early 2000s. They had identified the company as one of the oldest straw manufacturers in the U.S., and asked if Aardvark would consider converting its product back to its original paper form.

 

In 2007, Aardvark reintroduced the paper strawsalbeit in a more modern form. With a proprietary formula, Aardvark creates paper straws that are durable, safe for human use (Rhodes has said hes willing to be filmed eating the paper, glue, and ink that go into the straws), and marine-degradable and compostable.

 

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As the efforts of environmental activists reached the ears of businesses and political leaders, many also began looking for alternatives to plastic, and found them in Aardvarks revamped paper straws. The steakhouse chain Teds Montana Grill was the first retailer to approach Aardvark with a request for a deal that would help them phase out plastic straws across all its locations.

 

After that, growth remained steady, Rhodes says. Sales of paper straws were doubling every year since 2007. But fast-forward to 2016 and 2017, and something changed,he says. Now, were seeing a 50-x increase in demand.

Whats driving it, Rhodes says, are the same forces that encouraged Aardvark to switch back to paper straws in 2007. Theyve just grown bigger. The snowball has been building for a while,he says. But newer activist groups like the Lonely Whale, founded by actor Adrian Grenier, and The Last Plastic Straw, started a louder call for retailers and municipalities to phase out plastic straws (these phase-outs, it should be noted, are much more complicated for disabled straw users). All these groups that have been working on the plastic issue started to come together to call for an end to plastic straws,Rhodes says.

 

The pinnacle, he adds, was the announcement last fall that Seattle would completely ban plastic straws in 2018, becoming the largest metro area in the U.S. to do so after an extensive lobbying campaign by the Lonely Whale. Seattle was followed by California cities like San Francisco, Oakland, Carmel, Berkeley, and Malibu, as well as Miami Beach in Florida and Monmouth Beach in New Jersey. New York City has legislation banning plastic straws pending. Outside the U.S., Scotland will ban plastic straws by 2019 and the whole U.K. is moving in this direction, Vancouver and Aruba have already done so, and Taiwan will ban single-use plastics, including straws, by 2030.

On top of that, private companies continue to drive the trend. Alaska Airlines has banned straws, the food service company Bon Appétit, which serves stadiums like AT&T Park, the Getty Museum, and numerous colleges and universities, is phasing out plastic straws from its 1,000 cafes. Starbucks is also phasing out straws. SeaWorld and aquariums, perhaps obviously, have also been leaders. Once Aardvark introduced custom printing in 2015, brands began using the straws to get additional branding exposure; Rhodes points to a frozen-drink straw emblazoned with the Bacardi logo as an example. Theyve also pioneered a way to make durable, bendy paper straws to make the products accessible to people with mobility needs.

 

For Aardvark, this boom in demand has been, of course, good for business. But its also put a strain on the companys operations. Its Fort Wayne, Indiana factory was chugging along when growth was more modest, but its struggled to meet the demand spikes following bans like those in Seattle. It can be frustrating,Rhodes says. Large orders, at the current factory, can take up to 12 weeks to fulfill. Our position right now, when we meet with localities and companies that want to switch to paper straws, is: Dont go too fast,'he adds. Currently, Aardvark doesnt have the capacity to immediately fulfill orders of the magnitude that would enable, say, New York City, to completely switch to paper straws.

 

But theyre setting themselves up to be able to do so. In August, Aardvark was formally acquired by the paper products company Hoffmaster. The acquisition presents a good business opportunity for bothwith demand for paper straws booming, Andy Romjue, president of Hoffmaster, estimates that paper straws could quickly grow to 50% of the market share for straws, up from the less than 1% its previously commanded. To that end, Aardvark and Hoffmaster will be building out a new factory in Fort Wayne, slated to open in 2019, to manage growth. Theyll be hiring around 150 new employees, and while the companies wont disclose how many people currently work at Aardvarks factory, the new hires represent a significant increase,according to Romjue.

 

One of the main complaints about the focus on plastic straws is that, while numerous, they only account for a tiny fraction of overall plastic wastejust around .03%. But both environmental advocates and paper straw manufacturers like Aardvark are not discouraged by the statistically small impact of what theyre doing. For one thing, paper straws are a simple starting point, something that could wake people up to the problem of single-use plasticand the potential of alternatives to itwithout asking them to dramatically shift their lifestyles. And the fact that Aardvark is building out an entirely new factory for plastic alternatives should demonstrate that this type of change could soon comeprobably faster than you might expectto other plastic-dominated sectors.


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