Wire Straightener-Feeder TP21

Wire Straightener-Feeder  TP21


Technical specifications
Overall sizes 800 x 900 x 950 mm
Weight 280 Kg
Motor output 2,2 Kw


This machine is designed to ensure an easy, quick and safe feeding of the wire into high-speed cold forming presses for the manufacture of screws, rivets, and other metal parts, or the in-line feeding for various types of wire processing. When performing the above jobs, the operator assisted by our machine can work in full autonomy and within very short times.
In addition it eliminates any manual labour and consequently any risks of professional illnesses due to muscle overstretch required for handling very hard wires of large diameters.


Operational steps

spingifilo02The S.F.R. TP 21 Universal Wire Straightener-Feeder is positioned downstream as a support for the reels, and can handle wire coils or wire rod coils with a diameter of up to 21 mm and a weight of up to 3 tons. The motorized feeding follows by simply taking the coil end and feeding it through the thrust block consisting of 2 motorized rollers. By means of a simple push button panel, the wire is fed through the 5-roll wire straightener and subsequently through the cold forming press(or the in-line draw bench, if installed) or any other processing equipment, without the operator having any direct contact with the wire, thus eliminating any risk of mechanical accidents.




spingifilo03The mechanical strength of the thrust rollers ensures an easy, quick, and safe wire pointing and splicing between the end of the coil being fed and the tail of the previously processed one.
Another essential operation performed by our S.F.R. TP 21 Universal Wire Straightener- Feeder is the straightening of the coil ends. This feature enables to fully use up the wire coil ends (thus improving the material efficiency) and to ease any splicing with the following coil.
This equipment ensures considerable savings due to a quick change of the wire coil and splicing, a better use of the wire ad a reduction of the safety costs (accidents and professional illnesses).
In three words: savings, safety, productivity.