Model 219K Extra Heavy Duty
Model 219 series Loaders
These loaders consist of multiple stations of
forward-sloping, plastic covered storage arms with
coordinated adjustable end stops to set them for the
material diameter to be loaded. Air or hydraulic
cylinders raise lifting arms which allow one piece to
roll onto the input conveyor while holding back the rest
of the pieces. Operation may be initiated by pushbutton
operation or automatically (with optional Model
The loaders come in "Standard Duty"
"Heavy Duty" (219H)
and "Extra Heavy Duty"
(219K) models for pieces of 40, 55,
& 100 lbs/ft (60, 80 & 150 Kg/M) respectively.
Model 187/188 series
TACTIC Unloaders consist of a series of arms raised by air
or hydraulic cylinders to raise an inspected piece from
the output Idler Section and let it roll onto Model
150 Output Storage Rails or a Model 190
series Sorting Rack. The piece weight ratings in
lbs/ft. for the various unloader models are: Model
187; Model 188; & Model
188L (Hydraulic) 40, 55, & 100 lbs/ft (60,
80 and 150 kg/M respectively).
Model 187 Unloader
in Mid-Cycle on "Standard Duty"
Idler Section and Model 191 5-Station Sorter
series Sorting Racks
"accept" bin and either one "reject"
bin (191 series) or two "reject" bins (192)
series. They are available for piece weights up to: 11
lbs/ft (191/192); 55 lbs/ft (191H/192H) & 100 lbs/ft
(191K/192K)(corresponding to 16, 80, & 150 Kg/M). Ask
for Bulletin 1000 for more information.
Diversion of unloaded material into accept or reject bins
may be done by manual push-button operation, or
automatically through the use of a Model 1088
Marker/Sorter Controller (click on link or ask for Bulletin
Model 150 Series Storage
Rails are available for use
adjacent to output Idler Sections. Model 151
series Storage Rails, with guide
"ramps" for manual loading, are for use
adjacent to Input Idler Sections. These come in various
load-carrying abilities and storage lengths. Consult us about your
Model 204 and 205 series Air-actuated
"Extended" Drive Units are
overhead drive wheels, exactly the same as those used on TACTIC
Model 76 series Testers, except they are
located along the lengths of the first input and output
Idler Sections. They are powered from the Tester drive
motor and help move heavy or crooked material, or to
prevent undue vibration of light tubes or bars.
Unpowered, but air-actuated Model 129/130
"Hold-Down" Wheels are also
available for the latter function and may be located
anywhere along multiple Idler Sections. Bulletins
201 and 1000 give more details on both of these
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