PERFORATING MACHINE TYPE MP3-700, MP3-1000
Professional perforation of paper and cardboard
Both MP3-700 and MP3-1000 are highly advanced machines used for paper and cardboard perforating, as well as certain plastics.
Maximum length of perforation is:
- MP3-700 – 700 mm,
- MP3-1000 – 1000 mm.
Durability, efficiency, reliability
Estyma produces perforating machines and guarantees its reliabilty and durability. We ensure high quality and long-life of our products.
Easy to use
Each perforating machine produced by our company, can be turned on in two different methods:
- by pressing the pedal,
- by optic sensor, which activates the machine when applying perforated paper.
One of the main advantages of MP3-100 is the possibility to apply two different tools simultaneously which enables to perform two parallel tasks without the need to change machine settings. It is a time-saving solution. Moreover, this perforating machine is equipped with built-in cycle counter, which counts the number of pads and calendars already bound.
Compatibility with standard tools
All perforating machines produced by Estyma are compatible with all the tools for perforators on offer in our company. All the standard perforating tools are avaliable and in stock. Moreover, we can design and manufacture any perforating tool to meet our clients’ needs.
Standardowe narzędzia do perforatorów dostępne są „od ręki” – w składzie magazynowym. Ponadto istnieje także możliwość zamówienia narzędzi dostosowanych do indywidualnych potrzeb. Wykonamy projekt, a następnie przystąpimy do jego realizacji.
Type MP3 - 700 MP3 - 1000
Perforation length 700 mm 1000 mm
Maximum thickness of the perforated paper pad 4 mm (maksymalna)
Recommended thickness of the perforated pad 2,5 mm
Capacity Up to 1500 strokes/h (depending on the type of perforated material and operator’s proficiency)
Operating personnel 1 person
Supply Voltage 400 V (custom made version 230V also avaliable)
Power 2,2 kW
82 cm / 132 cm / 104 cm 82 cm / 132 cm / 134 cm
Weight 400 kg 450 kg
In the market since 1989.
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