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A : Our coil winding systems consist of parts like foot pedal control valves, pressure gauges, and pressure plates. An engineer can control the winding speed, torque, tension during the winding process. The gauge provides accurate tension readings during the winding process. The pressure plates within the tension system protect the wire insulation from getting damaged. All these features are used to create quality coils.
A : Transformer coil winders consist of a microprocessor and stepper motor to create high winding speeds. A spool of wire is affixed to the spool arm, and the wire is placed along tiny rollers for smooth movement. Winding parameters such as speed, wire pitch, turns and section winding are programmed into the machine. Once the machine is switched on, it begins the winding process.
A : Poor winding quality takes place when there is a lot of manipulation of the coil through pounding and shaping of the coil. It also takes place when the wire has not been properly aligned on the rollers. The ACE Winding system eliminates the pounding and shaping so there is less damage to the conductors, the winding machine and the operator
A : The dimensions of the 245-RT oven are:
Inner dimensions:
  • Width: 60 inches
  • Depth: 60 inches
  • Height: 57 inches
Outer dimensions:
  • Width: 80 inches
  • Depth: 94 inches
  • Height: 85 inches
The over cart dimensions are 57 inches.
A : ACE’s burn-off furnace ovens are designed to remove combustible materials such as grease, paint, oil, varnish, epoxy, and rubber from metallic components. The oven shell is constructed using 11 gauge steel with a front face 1/4″ reinforced steel place. During operation, parts are heated between 650o and 800oF. The oven has a high insulation temperature of 2,300oF.
A : When we deliver an install-it-yourself paint curing oven, we include the following components in the manifold:
  • Burner box (assembled)
  • Electrical panel (assembled)
  • Exhaust fan (assembled)
  • Insulated 6″ panels and trim package
  • Fabricated doors
  • Pre-formed, fabricated, and notched ducts
  • Fasteners and hardware tools
  • Instruction manuals for installation, startup, and operation
Read the manual carefully to understand the steps and the components involved in the installation process. Follow the instructions one by one; install one piece at a time. When the installation is complete, run through the component list to ensure that all components have been installed and properly fastened. Then you can begin the startup process.
A : The e-coat racks are placed into the ACE burn-off ovens using a wheeled cart. The oven consists of a temperature control system, which is programmed to heat the racks using the main burners. The racks are heated between 650° and 800°F in an oxygen deficient environment. The heat decomposes the varnish, ensuring that the racks leave the oven clean and dry.
A : ACE’s rotary ovens are designed to aid industries in fast metal recovery applications. They are generally used by industrial plants, smelting facilities, and recycling plants. Our rotary ovens are used to remove oil, grease, and other contaminants from metal components such as borings, turnings, and grindings.
A : The winding process given here is a basic procedure using the ACE Model 40 Handy Winder. You will require a mandrel with a crank arm and a stable metal stand. Using a vice grip, clamp and secure the wire to the mandrel. Begin the winding process by using the crank arm to turn the mandrel. Feed the wire onto the mandrel carefully. Ensure that the wire is always straight and doesn’t get tangled during the process. Once the coil has been made, use a pair of wire cutters to remove the wire from the mandrel.
A : ACE rotary ovens are the best option for removing rubber from metals. The metal is fed into the oven via an in-feed hopper. The metal passes through the retort hot zone, where heated forced air scrubs the surface of the metal. Controlled temperatures and the oven’s indirect fire heating design helps to remove rubber from metal.