Lab Padder TD122
Lab Padder, a floor type padding mangle for dyeing, finishing and Impregnating. We provide the professional vertical padder, please contact us if you are interested in it.
Lab Padder, padding mangle is used for dyeing, finishing and impregnating.
The roller of lab textile padder is made of quality NBR; good flexibility ensures long-life; whole machine is made of high quality stainless steel. The main components are all the best in the world. The lab padder is equipped with emergency button and a knee pedal to stop the machine operation. Air compressor can be supplied on request.
- Working position Vertical
- Working width 400mm
- Rollers 130mm, with 70 ~ 80 shore hardness
- Working speed 0 ~ 10m/min
- Roller’s loading 1 ~ 0.7Mpa
- Padding rate 30 ~ 90%, adjustable
- Equipped with 2 pressure valve, each side of pressure is adjustable
- All panels are made of stainless steel
- Equipped with Chemical trough and a shower for cleaning
|220/110 V||50/60 Hz||0.4-0.7 Mpa|
|Length:||840 mm||Width:||740 mm||Height:||1100 mm|
- Cleaning the laboratory padder before use.
- Turn on the power.
- We press the button of starter motor, rotated direction and pressurizer. After that, the roller needs to be rotated the right direction.
- Pulling the pressure regulating valve outward lightly to adjust it. The clockwise direction is pressure increase, and the anti-clockwise direction is pressure reduction.
- Four operations include dipping, roll compacting, weight and calculation of liquor retention should be repeated until the pick-up is suitable for the test requirement.
- If necessary, we can pad the fabric after we use a small number of liquid rush through the roller.
- When the test is complete, we need to clean the compression roller, press the button to rotate the direction of the roller and stop the motor and turn off the power.
Q: What is the working pressure of compressed air?
A: 0.4 ~ 0.7 mPa.
Q: What is the consumption of compressed air?
A: About 0.4 – 0.5 mPa.
Q: What is the installed power of the equipment?
A: 220V, 50Hz.
Q: Does the equipment need heating?
A: No need.