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MDG4

Web widths up to 8 inches (203.2 mm)

Mini Displacement Guides (MDG4) feature a 4 inch (101.6) actuator and either a two or more roller configuration and are designed for narrow web applications up to 8 inches (203.2) which are ideal for compact spaces. Applications include (but not limited to) envelope, label, medical and food packaging, slitting, laminating, inspection machines and other narrow web applications where alignment of the web is crucial. No Electricity! No Electronics! No Hydraulics! The MDG4 Series web guides are easy to install and setup.

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Requirements
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Web Path Configurations
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Roll Face 7 in (178) to 10 in (254)
Guide Span 8 in (203) to 10 in (254)
Roller Dia. 1.5 in (38.1) to 2.5 in (63.5)

Roller Types:

Standard Aluminum
Optional Grooved, Stainless, Plasma,
Cork Tape or Rubber Coated
Piston Thrust (At 6 psi) *754 lbs
Auto Center Option Yes
Sensor Bracket Style 201 or 104
Maximum Tension 20 PLI
Temperature 32 - 350° F (0 - 66° C)
Air Consumption (At 6 psi) 1.8 CFM (51 l/m)

 

  • Entry and exit spans must be parallel to each other and perpendicular to the plane of the guide's motion.
  • Web must enter and exit the guide at a 90° angle. Guide span must be approximately 1\2 - 1x’s the maximum web width.
  • The air-flow (edge) sensor must be securely mounted after the guide’s exit roller and within the first one-third of the exit span.
  • At least one idler roller must be located between the exiting guide roller and the process (printing, laminating, etc.).
  • Wash down
  • Dusty Dirty
  • High Heat
  • Clean Room
  • High Humidity
  • Explosion Proof

Web Path Configurations

 

Guides can be placed in any orientation and sensor can be on either the near side or far side of the web. Dual sensor to center-guide is optional.

How to Specify

  • Center Guide
  • Splice Table
  • Stainless Steel
  • Multiple Stack Units
  • Remote Sensor Controls

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