This category of machines is designed to fasten square, rectangular and round oversize packs made up of profiles, overlapping plates, billets, circular and non-circular section bars.
Bundles can be fastened with a single tight turn, double tight turn and double loose turn of wire rod.
The binding machine head features a winding clamp in an inclined position that moves in an upwards direction, which enables tight binding via its positioning on pack corners of any size, reducing the risk of loose bindings or wire not being recovered to a minimum, while maintaining rapid binding times.
The tilted carriage travels in an upwards direction along runners made of special steel on wheels and bearings.
These machines are also equipped with a system of sensors which detect the position of the pack, enabling the correct positioning of the binding head via longitudinal movements controlled by hydraulic cylinders.
The various features operate via hydraulic actuators, which are controlled by electronic valves and a hydraulic unit.
The machine base and structure are made of electro-welded structural steelwork and its compact shape makes it vibration-free.
The electrical, electronic and hydraulic components used to construct the binding machines come from leading international manufacturers.