BARSCH: German packaging machine supplier
Barsch relies on drum motors from Rulmeca
Barsch is a specialist for the horizontal packaging of goods.
Barsch has developed an intelligent, actively controlled solution for reliable pre-rolling of the packaging material.
The motorized film pre-winding is included in a machine with automatic start-up as it requires the coordination of cycles with starts and stops.
The film pre-winding with the drum motor is a very efficient solution, which is also significantly less susceptible to interference than a passive roller with secondary drive.
The machines are particularly reliable and durable.
In 2014, it was also proposed to use Rulmeca drum motors, since this design offers two major advantages over the motors used up to now: they are also available as 200 mm wide and thus particularly compact motors. At the same time, they are also lighter than the solution used to date. This is achieved by the material mix that Rulmeca uses for the drum covers on each side. Compared to pure stainless steel covers - which Rulmeca also offers - a combination of aluminum and a thin stainless steel cover is available. This saves a few hundred grams and is of great advantage in this application because the motor must be folded away on the handle when a roll is changed. The easier it is, the easier the handling.
Optimized use through individual design
"I am convinced of the Rulmeca drum motor. It is characterized by its very compact design and all-in-one construction. The cooperation with Rulmeca is also pleasant. Sales and technology were always accessible and in the sampling phase also open for our wishes. This allows us to develop the right solution together efficiently. For example, today we are supplying our engine with a more powerful winding than in the standard version in order to keep the engine cool, as well as with an individual cable length of 5 meters.
The latter is indeed only a small one, but in other companies it is not self-evident, “explains Nadine Barsch, Managing Director of Barsch.
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