Wyrepak Industry Products - Payoff Stands
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The Wyrepak "Tyltbak" Payoff Stand is designed to pay off one wire or multiple wires to wire drawing, rewinding, insulating, bunching, tinning, or patenting. It allows one-man, fast and easy positioning of 16" to 24" flange diameter reels without using any overhead or other material handling equipment. This allows larger payoff packages to be used with no lifting of reels or the assistance of other equipment.
Wyrepak’s Hydratylt stand is a self-contained, large reel payoff for reels 16" to 36" (400-900 mm). The simple design enables heavy reels to be easily tilted to the ideal payoff position of approximately a 30° tilt.
The Wyrepak multiple head payoff stand, to wire bunchers and other operations, is a unitized payoff system including Wyrepak rotatable cap/tension brush units (see product PD-1). Any wire material, including copper, alloys and aluminum, can be paid off from any size or type of reels with wire breaks essentially eliminated, even in fine wire. Most insulated wire and some fiber optic material can also be processed with this Wyrepak system.
Wyrepak’s single and multiple spindle high speed payoff stands are versatile, complete units of unitized welded steel construction, ready for string-up as received, yet movable as a unit.
Wyrepak’s driven payoff unrolls material without twist and with constant tension. The accumulator stores 3 to 4 meters of material, providing a smooth, controlled operation.
Ideal for most types of bare and insulated wire, including communication cables, special cables, on twinners, bunchers, and stranders. In fact, this unit handles almost any material which must be unrolled without twist.
Payoff stands are also being sold by Huestis Industrial, who now owns Wyrepak.
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