The Pinner Easy’s leading-edge design provides excellent pinning performance
Hatfield, PA: (April 2013) - Simco-Ion will introduce their innovative Pinner Easy integrated charging bar in booth #607 at ICE USA this year in Orlando. Combining a static charging bar and charging generator in one, the Pinner Easy’s revolutionary design provides a space saving solution for many applications including in-mold labeling, catalog stacking, card insertion, roll-to-roll transfer, and bag making.
Using a low 24 volt input, the Pinner Easy eliminates the need for high voltage wiring, providing a simplified installation. To ensure longevity and continuous performance, the Pinner Easy features long-life tungsten emitters that are current limited for increased safety. The Pinner Easy’s fully serviceable and replaceable generator and bar assemblies allow for maximum productivity with minimized downtime for maintenance. For installations where a PLC or machine control system is in place, the Pinner Easy offers a connection to fully integrate into the existing system. The Control Module provides remote monitoring of bar power, mode, HV on and fault and allows for adjustment of output settings. With nine bar lengths available, and voltage or current control operation, the Pinner Easy incorporates the latest advancements in customized charging technology.
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Simco-Ion is the worldwide leader in static control technology, offering custom solutions for a wide range of industrial applications. With a focus on continuous improvement, Simco-Ion is dedicated to developing advanced products designed to improve productivity through enhanced system performance and operation. Worldwide sales support provides unsurpassed customer service and application analysis that continues to drive product excellence. Simco-Ion is part of Illinois Tool Works Company, a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered components, industrial systems and consumables with annual revenues of $14.4 billion. The Company consists of approximately 800 business units in 57 countries and employs some 59,000 people.