AIREX Stripe Shaft

When air is inserted, many lugs (tabs) will protrude from inside the shaft, and the core can be clamped.

AIREX Stripe Shaft

Drawing

(Both end type)
(1) Air inlet (A) (2) Air inlet (B) (3) Air inlet (C) (4) Air inlet (D)
A: Journal length AA: Body edge to lug AC: Distance of bearing to shaft body B: Journal length BB: Body edge to lug BC: Distance of bearing to shaft body
D1: Body outer diameter D2: Bearing diameter D3: Bearing diameter D4: Lug expanded diameter D5: Core inner diameter D6: Core outer diameter D7: Material roll diameter
L: Full length L1: Shaft body length L2: Lug to lug L3: Distance between bearings L4: Material width L5: Core width L6: Body edge to sheet center
(Cantilever type)
(1) Air inlet (A) (2) Air inlet (B) (3) Air inlet (C) (4) Air inlet (D)
A: Journal length AA: Body edge to lug AC: Distance of bearing to shaft body BB: Body edge to lug
D1: Body outer diameter D2: Bearing diameter D4: Lug expanded diameter D5: Core inner diameter D6: Core outer diameter D7: Material roll diameter
L: Full length L1: Shaft body length L2: Lug to lug L3: Distance between bearings L4: Material width L5: Core width L6: Body edge to sheet center

Features

  • Replacing and cleaning the tubes can be easily repaired on site.
  • Replacing the tubes can be completed in five minutes for lugs divided equally into three parts.
  • If the core is within the lug length, there are no width restrictions and it can be chucked at any position on the lug.
  • There is little dust emission, and can be used inside a class 1000 clean room.
    *The amount of dust emission of the shaft body with a particle size of over 0.5µm is confirmed to be less than 100 particles/ft³.