Faster, more precise, more economical - these are the attributes Schneider Senator S-Line is known for. The patented direct-hydraulic drive concept sets new standards for the performance of cutting machines.
A high level of safety is guaranteed for the knife change.
High cutting accuracy up to the last sheet
Patented power plant.
Inside the compact and modern cast iron frame works the heart of the S-Line - the patented hydraulic knife drive with direct twin cylinder arrangement. The knife is drawn from the bottom for being guided through the stack instead of being guided from above. This new technology ensures stable cutting force and uniform high speed. and with the patented precision linear guides of the knife carrier an optimum cutting accuracy is achieved. Discrepancies in the knife's movements are reduced to a minimum, thus extending the knife life.
The infinitely variable frequency-controlled back gauge drive achieves high speeds. The ball-screw spindle with precision linear guides operates practically wear-free, thus extending the maintenance intervals.
The results? A lot less maintenance. A lot more efficiency.
- Computer-control with 15" TFT-display
- Rust-proof cutting table with air film and stainless steel surface, with blower
- Automated knife change at the front (AKC) into a patented knife change cassette
- Clamp pressure adjustment via display, programmable and controlled by proportional valve
- Program correction function, linear and percentagewise
- Colour: RAL 7035, light grey
TrimmMaster (automatic waste removal
Swinging and/or tilting back gauge, program-controlled
Downholder at the back gauge, program-controlled
Lay edge control, program-controlled
Retractable rear cover, electrically locked
Retractable side gauge
The machine with options represents a unique, high-performance solution.
Rear table of S-Line 155H with standard feed depth of 1.930 mm. The image shows the rear table without cover (standard), with ASL/ retractable side gauge, raised upwards (option).
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