Pallet Decoilers – Accra-Wire Controls Inc.

Pallet Decoilers - Accra-Wire Controls Inc.

Pallet Decoilers - Accra-Wire Controls Inc.

Pallet decoilers allow coils to pay off directly from a skid without upending the coil or manipulating to a mandrel. Pallet decoilers shorten coil changeover time since multiple coils can be stacked on the same skid. Pallet decoilers often minimize the required floor space for coil feeding systems.

Pallet decoilers have typically been used for stock widths ≤ to 6” and thickness under .060” at relatively short feed/pitch lengths. Accra-Wire has developed loop management control systems and drives that greatly expand the flexibility of these devices so that coil widths up to 24” and material thicknesses to .125” can be processed at higher speeds. Configurations are available with high drive horsepower to work with roll form lines that require rapid acceleration to full line speed.

Accra-Wire - Pallet Decoilers - non metallic

Accra-Wire - Pallet Decoilers - non metallic

Pallet decoilers are available to work with almost any flat coil material including: paper, plastic, and all types of metal. Pallet decoilers may also be configured to work with wire coils and wire stacks.

Accra-Wire Controls Inc.

  • Requires no slack loop
  • AWC tension control system
  • Change table rotation with the flip of a switch
  • Regenerative DC drive controls speed, acceleration and deceleration
  • Fully adjustable guide rollers
  • Table stem system for pallet centering
  • Versatile to handle most press, roll forming, and slide forming applications
Model F-100 F-200 F-300 F-400 F-500
Capacity (lbs) 3,500 5,500; 7,000 9,000 15,000
Speed To match application (up to 300+ FPM available)
Material Width (in.)* ½” – 8″ ½” – 30″
Max Coil O.D. (in.) 48 48 60 72 80
Controller Type Regenerative DC Drive
Input Voltage 1 Phase 120/230 230
Foot Print, LxW (in.) 65×45 75×50 85×60 97×72 97×72
Table Sizes (in.) 45 or 50 50 60 72 72 or 80
*Depending on material. AWC may require sample

Dereeling and decoiling applications are governed by the laws of inertia. Factors affecting inertia include max weight, max speed, package O.D. and accel/decel time. Note the dramatic variances when accel/decel time is adjusted, as illustrated in this graph.