ETF Cut length machine for artificial grass
Ever had a customer complaint about shades or lines in the artificial grass cut length you supplied them? Not when using the ETF cut length machine for artificial grass.
When re-rolling artificial grass direct from a parent roll it is rolled with the pile pointing forward, causing a loose and telescoping roll and leaving shades and lines in the grass. This is due to the opposed forces applied by the pile to the rolling process.
In order to get a straight and tight roll of artificial grass and not have the risk of leaving lines and shades in the grass it should be rolled with the pile pointing backwards. This is exactly what the ETF cut length machine for artificial grass takes care of as it creates cu lengths in a two stage process. In the first stage the parent roll is re-rolled direct from the pin of the pintruck onto a centre winder. This means the pile is turned from pointing forward to pointing backward. Since the roll is rolled very loose onto the centre winder no damages will occur. In the second stage the real cut length is then being made by cutting a piece of artificial grass from the roll on the centre winder and the rolling and possibly wrapping it on a separate rolling unit. The result is a perfect roll for a satisfied customer as he will observe no damages of the artificial grass.
The ETF cut length machine for artificial grass is available in many executions and degrees of automation. Among others an unrolling cradle can be situated at the input side of the machine so the pin truck can just leave the roll. Furthermore the machine can be supplied with a semi-automatic or a fully automatic rolling unit. Should you want to find out more about the ETF cut length machine for artificial grass contact one of our representatives or us directly at email@example.com.
Stage 1: re-rolling the parent roll to turn the pile direction
Stage 2: rolling a cut length with the pile pointing backward