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Remele Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH
Holter Str. 103 - 107
33758 Schloß Holte-Stukenbrock, Germania

Phone: +49 5207 88552
Fax: +49 5207 6122
http://www.remele-gmbh.com

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High performance punching machine DECKEL BOY SL

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19.04.2016

Foil lane width: 210 mm
250 strokes per minute

Suitable for the punching of:

flat and formed, embossed and non-embossed lids made of aluminum foil
flat, embossed and non-embossed lids made of PET, PP, PS, paper and laminates
In-Mould-Labels and Labels
optional with an ionisation unit

Further features:

microprocessor controlled stepper motor
multi-lane punching tool with a smooth 4-pillar ball guidance rack
lid counting and marking system to mark the preset amount of lids
high durability of the cutting elements
embossing cassette steel/steel, hard-chrome plated
embossing pattern according to requirements
punching tool and embossing cassette can be changed quickly


30.000 lids / hour with 2-lane punching tool on DECKEL BOY SL (lids Ø 75,5 mm)
45.000 lids / hour with 3-lane punching tool on DECKEL BOY SL (lids Ø 68,3 mm)

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High performance punching machine DECKEL MASTER 320 T

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19.04.2016

Foil lane width: 320 mm
350 strokes per minute with a feed length of 80 mm
320 strokes per minute with a feed length of 100 mm

Suitable for the punching of:

flat and formed, embossed and non-embossed lids made of aluminum foil
flat, embossed and non-embossed lids made of PET, PP, PS, paper and laminates
In-Mould-Label and Label
optional with ionisation unit

Further features:

microprocessor controlled stepper motor
multi-lane punching tool with a smooth 4-6 pillar ball guidance rack
lid counting and marking system to mark the preset amount of lids
high durability of the cutting elements
embossing cassette steel/steel, hard-chrome plated
embossing pattern according to requirement
punching tool and embossing cassette can be changed quickly

84.000 lids per hour with a 4-lane punching tool on a DECKEL MASTER 320 T (lids Ø 75,5 mm)

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Punching tools for DECKEL BOY SL

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19.04.2016

Punching tools DECKEL BOY S 1 lane, ø 122 x 3 mm with recess
Deep drawn lids

It depends on the partitioning

The production of deep-drawn lids can be done very economically. Regarding the punching partitioning REMELE punching tools are exemplarily because they use the material in an optimal way. The production of deep-drawn lids can be effected most efficient.
The output increases while the waste is minimised.

Partitioning and utilisation – REMELE punching tools guarantee optimal production results.

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Punching tools for DECKEL MASTER

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19.04.2016

Flat lids and labels

Optimised utilisation of material

With REMELE you can get the material costs under control because every punching tool is matched in the best manner for the task:

With today's high-volume of lids, material costs have become very significant.

Considering the high numbers of pieces, material costs gain more significance. For an efficient production of flat lids and labels meter by meter of the used material must be used optimally.

Each REMELE punching tool consequently is designed for its intended purpose. Ideal partitioning uses the material at its best, the waste is minimised.

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