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MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Description

Broomfield MRI Winding Machines provide for a wide range of coil sizes, coil styles and wire types, for smaller extremity diagnostic units to larger MRI units with former diameters over 2 meters.

Features:

Headstock Connection: Steel faceplate or 3-jaw self-centering chuck.

Primary Reduction: Timing belt and pulleys.

Secondary Reduction: Gear reducer or multi-speed gearbox, depending upon model.

Spindle Rotation: Either direction can be selected by a switch on the control panel.

Spindle Center Height: 43" (1092.2 mm) from the floor or as required to accommodate coil diameter swing.

Brake: Brake on the main drive motor and also after the gear reduction on the output shaft, operated by removing foot from variable speed control, by total turns count programming or by emergency stop button.

Tailstock: Mounted on precision ways to allow positioning anywhere along winding axis. Large crank handle provides easy movement. Locking hardware to hold tailstock firmly in position.

Tailstock Connection: May be 3-jaw self-centering chuck, steel faceplate, saddle bearing with locking yoke or as required.

Maximum Distance Between Centers: As required.

Maximum Swing Diameter: As required.

Machine Control: MP-5 Microprocessor controller – Custom control systems may also be provided as required.

Motor Equipment: Up to 150 hp AC Vector duty motor and controller with variable speed that can be foot controlled and/or dial controlled.

Spindle Speeds and Corresponding Torques: Speeds range choices up to 80 rpm. Torque available up to 26,000 ft. lbs (35,251 Nm).

Power Requirement: Electrical: 208/220, 380, 415 or 460V, 3 phase, 50 or 60 hz.
Other voltages available.
Air: 80 PSI (5.5 Bar) at minimal CFM.

Weight: Dependent upon model and machine configuration.

Options:

For additional information on coil winding equipment or other Broomfield machines, please contact us directly at (978) 779-6600 or through our online contact form.
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