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SL220 TECHNICAL MANUAL






MANUAL
ALLEN BRADLEY PLC
This manualis intended for use by qualffied personnel operating and carrying
out maintenance work on the machine.





Ali rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced without the
permlssion of O/K lntemational Corp.

O/K lnternational Corp. Reserves the right to modify components or
specifications at any time,without prior notice to the purchaser. The contents
of this manual may likewise be amended.

For informat ion conceming maintenance or repairs not covered by this
manual, please contact the service department of O/K lnternational Corp.

This machine is subject to continuous improvement, so your machine may
differ slightly from the specifications in this manual. O/K lntemational Corp.
cannot accept responsibility for any deficiencies in this manual or any
consequences arising there from.





MODEL No: SL220
SERIAL No: C545
PROGRAMME FILE: SL220US_ML15_R2
DATE: 09/08/2010




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Marlborough MA 01752
Phone: (508) 303-8285
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CONTENTS



l . INTRODUCCIN ..-------- s
GENERAL ............ 5
GARANTA ...................... 5
2 . DESCRlPTION GENERAL DE LA MQUINA ------- 6

2 '
2.2

Funcionamiento de la mquina .. APLICACIONES ........ . 6
..

3 . TCNICA data_ ...-----
- 7

GENERAL .......... 01MENSIONS ... CASE GAMA ....

...... 7
..... 8
...... 8

4 . El'o'VIRONMENTAL EFECTOS ............................ - ............... .................................... _ . 9

EFECTOS AMBIENTALES ONU LA MQUINA .. AMBIENTALES Ef'FECTS ONU LA
POLYTHENE flLM ...

............... 9
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5 . ADVERTENCIAS E INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD ............ _ .......... - . - -
- 10
; 2 '
6 . OPCIONES ...........-----
- 12
7 . INSTALLATIOX f CO '\ OIISSIONING ------- 13





7.5 COMMISSIONINGTHEMACHINE ........................... , , . , , 0,15
7,5 1 presalida Potencia y Saf < Ny Syste m - Check. 16
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8 . SET MACHINE ( . ' P PROCEDTIIB ..............-------- 17


8.1 $ ETIING TKE PENER .....
8.2 CARGA flLM ANO DE RUTA ..
8.2.1 Carga de Cine .......
8.2.2 Film F ,,,, d Camino ....
8.2.3 Pago- ding Film Montaje delantero Driw Ro ! / ..
8.3 Ubicacin de la caja ..
8.4 Posicionamiento de Caja PARADAS ..
8.5 POSICIONAMIENTO DE LOS LECHONES ........
8.6 DETERMINAR LA BOLSA LENGTHANO Altura del transportador .
8.6.1 Dr ; termining Propios Bolsa Lengtt ..
8.6.2 Configuracin 7HE Altura Transportadores ......
8.7 AJUSTE DE LOS DEDOS 0VERWRAPPER ....

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9 . BASIC rante el funcionamiento ( CONTROLES A. D " . .......---- 25

' , . '2

PERATOR PANEL DE CONTROL .. PILA liGKT PERATION ...

.................................. 25
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10 . FUNCIONAMIENTO DE LA PANTALLA TCTIL --
---2,7 .

10.1 PANTALLA DESCRIPTIONSANO NAVEGACIN ..
10.1.1 principal Sct " , , . , N ( Home ) ..
10.1.2 AdvanoedMenu ...
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10.1.3 Alann Historia ..
10.1.4 BagMakingMenu .....

............... 1
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29 ...
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10.1.5 Aocess Timers ... --------
10.1.6 mensaje emergente -Banners ----- ...........

32
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10.2 MACHINEALARMS y TROUSLESHOOTING _ ----- - ... 33
10.2 . 1 Derecho Areo Demasiado principal ....... --------- 34
10.2.2 principales Aire Vatve Error o presin SwitofJ Sholte . -------- ......... " ------ 34

10.2.3 vaco perdido en Opening Film

---- ......... --------- - -------- ... , . 34 ...

10.24 Interruptor de Vaco seorita Ajustado o Error ......... --------- " --------- 35
10.2_5 Caso Jaro PhDtoeye disparada Durante uning Cyr ; Je .... ------ ........... 35
10.2.6 OutofFdm ORFI / mJammed al trasero de MacfJine ......... 35
10.2 . Bomba durante 7 Vaco / OAD Disparado .. _ ------ ....... -------- ... _ , ....... .. _ , _ 36
10.2.8 1/Jermocoup/e Signa / Lost- Bottom Heatseal barras: ..... 36
10.2.9 OvetWrapper mitad de la posicin del interruptor de Nat Deteoted . 36

10.2.10 Encelofanadora No Down ... ------- ........... _ , .......

37

10.2 . 11 Encelofanadora Not Up ....... ------ ......... " ------- ...... - ------- - 37

10.2 . 12 OvetWrapper Restos de Down --------- ....... -----------
10.2.13 Encelofanadora Restos Up . -------- ....... ------- .........
10.2.14 Encelofanadora Cytindw - Tanto Reed SwitcfJes Made

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----- ............ 38

10.2.15 Cortador Nol Cut ........ ------ .
10.2.16 Cortador Nol Volver .. ------- ........ _ ----- - . ...... " ----------
10.2 . 17 Cortador Restos corte " ---------- - .

............ 38
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10.2.18 Cortador Restos Back_ ....., .... ------- ........ 39

10_2_ 19 Cortador cytinder -Bath Reed Switches Hecho

----- - . ...... -------- .......... 40

02/10/20 Abridor No Cerrado ----- ------ ......... " ------ 40
10.2.21 0 {' $ ner No se abra ..... ----- ....... ---------- 40
10/02/22 OpenerRemains Ciosed ... ------ ....... ---------- 41
10.2.23 Abridor permanece abierta .. ------ ......... --------- 4 ... !
10.2.24 O ( J $ ner Cy/Jnder- Tanto Reed Switches Hecho ......... ---------- 0.41
11 . M.. <\ INTEN A. '\ CE ------- - - -
.. 42

11_1 GENERAL __

......... -------- . ...... --------- ........

.... 42

11_2 AJUSTE DE LA MQUINA .. -------- ..... _ ------ ..........
11.2.1 Sellador Cytinders ... ------ ....... _ ------- ....... _ . , .......
11.2.2 Abridor Cyfinder _ ---------- ....
11.2.3 cilindro de corte _ ----- ......... ------ - . ........ -------- - . .... .. -------- ......
11.2.4 lnfeed detiene ...... --------- ---------- " ------ -
11.2.5 Principales cuadro Slops ... --------- " ---------
11_2_6 OvetWrappers " --------- "

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11_2_7 MotorSpeed -Front
11.2.8 Velocidad del motor - Rear_

------ ......... _ ------- . ....... _43
.... 43

11.2.9 Genera / .... ---- .......... -------
11.2.10 vaco Monitoreo Sw ; tch ( OpenerSystem ) _

, _ ......... 43
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11.3 MANTENIMIENTO DE RUTINA ... _ ..........
11.3_ 1 Semanal ........, ......
11.3.2 Mensual ......

45
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-------- . ...... - -------- ........ 46

12 . OPERACIN Y PROBLEMA SOLVll '< G. .. - - - - - - - ..
- - 47

12.1
" 2

SECUENCIA DE LA MQUINA ADECUADA ... solucin de problemas ..

.... _ ----- ....... 47
------- . ------- ...... ' -------- ......... 48

13 . PRE - ENTREGA CHECKS--------- 50

13.1 PRE - DELIVERYCHECKSl - ! EET .... _ ------ "" "
13.2 AJUSTES Orive ( POWERfLEX4 ),
13.2.1 Recepcin de Cine Drive

50
5
-------- ........ 51

13.2.2 posterior Film Orive
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13.2.3 ConveyorDrive _

-------- ....... --------- ......... 5 !
------ . ....... --------- ------- . ........ 52

14 - . REPUESTOS RECOMENDADOS - ..
- - - 53
15 . dIBUJOS DE COMPONENTES --------- ..
- 0,54
14.i. ELECTRICAL & P-'"J:UMATIC SCHEMATICS...- - - - .. - 56




j 1. INTRODUCTION

j 1.1 General


Gracias por elegir el revestimiento caso SL220 usted. Apreciamos su
negocio y estamos
lookingtorward a una larga relacin con usted.

En el diseo y construccin o esta mquina se toma el mximo cuidado para
garantizar la calidad y durabilidad, combinada con un alto nivel de facilidad
de uso y fcil mantenimiento. Este manual contiene una gran cantidad de
informacin necesaria para un uso seguro y eficiente de la mquina. Por
favor leer detenidamente antes de empezar a utilizar la mquina. Llevar a
cabo el mantenimiento segn las recomendaciones de un ingeniero
calificado asegurar un funcionamiento adecuado y eficiente de la mquina.

LF usted tiene alguna pregunta, por favor proporcione el modelo de
mquina y el nmero de serie que
indicada en la placa situada en el trame mquina en la parte posterior.

LF usted tiene algn problema con este regardto machlne manualorthe, por
favor pngase en contacto con:




O/K lntemational Corp.
73 Bartlett Street
Marlborough MA 01752
Phone: (508) 303-8285
Fax: (508) 303-8207
E- mail: sales@okcorp .com
lnformation:http://www.okcorp.com/



















j 1.2 WARRANTY

O / K intemacionales Corp. garantiza machina de conformidad con sus trminos estndar
y Conditlons de Venta.

La garanta no cubre el desgaste normal y se deja sin efecto cuando.

A. Si no se siguen las instrucciones de funcionamiento y mantenimiento.

B. UTILICEN la machina fuera condaions normales de funcionamiento

C. La mquina funciona o maintalned por personal no cualificado

D. Las modificaciones de la mquina est hecha sin la aprobacin escrita de O / K
Intemacional Corp.

E. piezas de fbrica originales han sido raplaced por partes genricas.



















































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12. DESCRIPCIN GENERAL DE LA MQUINA

!2.1 0peration DE LA MQUINA


El SL220 es un automtico, PLC.controlled, caso Jiner.

lt ha sido diseado para alinear amomatically un caso vaco erigido con un revestimiento de polietileno.
sellada en la parte inferior.




12.2 APPLlCATIONS


La amplia gama SL220 voluntad linea de cajas, tambores y bandejas.
















































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f 3. DATOS TCNICOS


\ c3cc.1c .. = G = EN = E'-"RA" 'L'--------------- \


alimentacin elctrica. 480V 3 fases + tierra

Alimentacin neumtica: 90-100PSI

Salida: Hasta 16 casos / minuto_

Altura de descarga: 25_5 "- 35.5" (650-900mm).

Nivel de ruido: <80dB.

Grado de proteccin: Nema4/IP54

Temperatura ambiente: SO F - 90 F (10 "C - 30 C).

Humirty: Max. 75% sin condensalion_ El nmero piate serie se encuentra en el bastidor de la mquina a! ! Ha vuelto.











































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/3.2 DIMENSIONS







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1400
,1 ]: 560
1922
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3.3 CASE RANGE


Los tamaos de cajas que se pueden manejar por la mquina son:



Largo: 10.00 -24,00 "

Ancho: 8.00 "- 16.00"

Alto: 3 00 - 16.00 "

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14. EFECTOS AMBIENTALES


J4.1 EFECTOS AMBIENTALES 0N DE LA MQUINA



La mquina se suministra wlth de un grado de proteccin Nema 4 / IP 54. Esto significa que:

Proteccin contra el polvo (a prueba de polvo).
Proteger, en contra salpicaduras de agua (salpicaduras).

La pulverizacin de lquidos a presin en la mquina no est permitido.

La mquina no est RATEO para lavado.




14.2 EFECTOS AMBIENTALES EN EL FILM DE POLIETILENO



Condiciones almacenamiento tpicas de polietileno deben ser:

Humedad relativa: 50 a 65 .
Temperatura: 70 C- 20 C.




ADVERTENCIAS e INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD
INSTRUCTIONS

l 5.1 GENERAL


Lea las instrucciones de seguridad y funcionamiento antes de utilizar el machine_

Todos los de operacin y mantenimiento mus personal ! estar familiarizado con el contenido de las
instrucciones de uso y mus \ seguirlo accurately_

La soldadura en la mquina ornear R ; un R ; daos ause a ciertos NIS Compone ( tales como la
PLC ) .

Slo el personal cualificado consciente de todas las normas de seguridad deben r ; servicio y mantenimiento en
el machine_ cualquier salida

Un tcnico calificado debe elecirical sto realizar el servicio en los sistemas elecirical en la mquina.

No hay anillos \ desgaste , relojes, joyas o ropa holgada al manejar o mantenimiento del equipo .

Las etiquetas de seguridad en la mquina deben ser claras y legible_ daadas o ilegibles las etiquetas deben ser
reparadas o reemplazadas.

No opere esta mquina sin ali los interruptores de seguridad . puertas , tapas y otros dispositivos de seguridad en
su lugar y en condiciones properoperating .

Interruptores de seguridad de Ali , puertas , tapas y otros dispositivos de seguridad mus \ regulatiy se
comprueba la posicin y correcto funcionamiento .

11 un imprevisto en el entorno que rodea ocurre que pone la mquina en un estado inseguro , la mquina debe
detenerse . Electricidad y aire deben ser desconectados hasta que un tcnico autorizado haya inspeccionado la
mquina, rectificada cualquier fauHs que ha puesto en una situacin de inseguridad , y totalmente probados y
aprobados que ahora utilizan .

No utilice la mquina para nada otherthan su propsito original

Acceder siempre la mquina abriendo un door_ Servicio No intente introducir o meter la mano en la mquina
sin necesidad de abrir una puerta de servicio .

Cualquier intento de mover , desmontar o desechar ! Que la mquina o cualquier Componen ! del mismo
debe hacerse solamente por una persona calificada con una atencin correcta atencin a safety_













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15. 2 0PERATOR ADVERTENCIAS


Nunca se pare sobre la mquina.

Nunca apoye en la parte superior volver de la mquina mientras est en
funcionamiento. Nunca pase la mquina del bajo la mientras est RUNN ; ng .
Antes de iniciar las operaciones de mantenimiento o reparacin del interruptor
principal debe estar en la posicin de apagado y cerrado y la mquina
desconectada de la alimentacin de aire .

La funcin de todo el equipo de seguridad debe comprobarse regularty .

Tenga cuidado con las superficies calientes ver por debajo del rodillo de traccin
delantera . No ponga su fingern abajo entre la pelcula embudos .

No intente parar, freno o ! Amper con el polietileno ponen tubos planos cuando la
mquina est en operatian .

Siempre asegrese de que la mquina haya stapped antes de cambiar la flattubing
laico.

11 ajustes deben hacerse a la mquina. ser conscientes de que la kn1fe b ! ade
puede ser
sin proteccin ( una seal de advertencia visual corre a lo largo del camino oflhe
cuchilla) .

Al cargar el polietileno yaca tubos planos intothe machina asegrese de que:

1 . Themachine hasstopped .
2 . El camino tathe mquina es peligros cJearof .
3 . Hay suficiente gente ta Cail ) '\ que rollo de polietileno con facilidad y seguridad .

No ajuste attemptto los BEHS cuerda mientras la mquina est operacin 1n .

La mquina utiliza aire comprimido . tenga en cuenta que si la piel es un nearto
airoutlet campressed activo. embolia de aire puede occurwhich puede resultar en la
muerte .

Despus de que la mquina haya sido tumed off , la hoja de sellado trmico y los
componentes adyacentes st1ll temperatura alta beata .

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16.0PTIONS

Not Applicable

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17. INSTALLATION I COMMISSIONING

17.1 GENERAL


La instalacin y puesta en marcha de la mquina deben tener lugar bajo! l supervisin de un calificado technician_

La machina como se suministra al usuario se embala para evitar daos durante el transporte. La machina se flXed a una
plataforma de madera con pernos a travs del pie de Sorne! l moviendo conjuntos y componentes no frxed haberse
cable atado en un fu <ed posicin, para asegurar que no se daen durante transportation_ La mquina se puede
instalar usando un camin forkljft operado por personal calificado. El procedimiento de eliminacin de lejos, el material
de envasado y la instalacin de la mquina es la siguiente.
l7.2 INSTALLATION USING fORKLIFT TRUCK

CONTROLAR QUE LA CAPACIDAD DE UFTING la carretilla elevadora ES ADECUADA
ANTES UFTING LA PALETA (! Que el peso de la machina se especifica en! Que la placa del
nmero de serie).



1. Mueve! l zancos mquina en la palle! como el clase posible del archivo site_ instalacin

2. Eliminar! l prolectivo cubierta de polietileno.

3_ Quite los tornillos de sujecin de la mquina en la palle!.

. 4 Coloque las horquillas Ofthe fori <: camin lifl del underthe marco principal Ofthe
mquina. Comprobar que las horquillas estn alejados de cables, tubos, ETC.
5. Lifl la mquina desde el palet con el camin forklifl. No hacer! elevar la mquina superior
a stridly necesario!

6. Retire la palle! querida de la machina w1th un palle! camin, sin llegar machine_ del
underthe lifled

NO TRATE DE ALCANZAR EN EL MARCO DEL MACHINEl!

7_ Mientras la mquina est siendo suelo offthe ajuste las patas Ofthe mquina para que
que se encuentra a la altura adecuada.

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17.3 ADJUSTING THE LEGS



Las patas se ajustan mientras la mquina an se admite claramente la piso

Trabaja con cuidado y nunca alcanzar o pasar por debajo de la maquina

Ajuste las patas de la siguiente manera:

1. Aflojar el tornillo (2)
suficientemente para permitir que
la pierna (3) se deslice libremente
en el marco (1)

2. Mu e v a l a p i e r n a (3) to the
required woriting height <lnd re-
tighten bok
(2)- The working height should be
adjusted per the example below_

3_ Carry out the same procedure on
the other legs and check to
ensure that all legs re set to the
same height

4_ Lower the machine onto the fioor.

5. Carefulty back up the forkl;tt to
remove the forks.

6_ Level the michine using the
adjusting nuts (5) on the feet ind
fully tighten the lock-nuts (4).
Ensure that the welght of the
machine bears eventy on all feet.





CHECK THAT ALL BOLTS ANO NUTS ARE PROPERLY
TIGHTENED

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17.4 SEITING THE MACHINE READY fOR 0PERATION


Remove the cable ties holding the Overwrapper up.

Remove the cable ties that attach the dancing (plastic) roller to the machine frame ahd
Put the roller in its guide channels.


Remove cable ties
Remove the pins hofding the leg in place and remove the brackets, which hold tlle
conveyor Wings up. Lower the wings s.o the feet sit on the ftoor and replace the pin (as
shown below).



Remove both pins Remove clamp bracket Lower legsand replace pins


17.5 COMMISSIONING THE MACHINE


1. Carry out a visual inspection fer signs of damage.
2, Check that the main switch is in position O (OFF)
3. Connect the mains supply to the machine; this should only be canied out by a
qualified technician. (lf the machine is frtted with a neutral, ensure that it is
conn.ected correctly).

4. Connect the machine to a clean compressed air supply using the quick-release
coupling on lile main air regulator.

S. Check that the pressure gauge .on the main air regulator reads 6 bar.

6. Carry out the following checking procedure.






7.5.1 PRE-START POWER & SAFETY SVsTEM CHECK

The electrical supply to the machine should be checked before tuming on !he main
disconnect switch. Onty al'!erthe proper voltage is verified should the main 1sconnect
be tumed on. After the machine is energized, the safety system should be checked to
ensure proper operation_ Please refer to the table below ollllining the start-up procedure.


Actfon Result

1_ Check vottage a! the main sw ch {in the
electrical cabinet) with a voltmeter.

Voltmeter reading should not vary more than
10% from the specffied voltage for the
, machine



2. Tum the machine on. by sett1ng the mains
switch On electrical cabinet) to "1". check !he
machina is set up correctly, as described in
the set up procedure section ofthis manual


Machina will power up. The message
display will read "Safety Circuit AGtivated"


. The safety relay will energize the main
: power cooractors_ Th
'
bl
"'
amp o
' '"
'

3_ c1ose all guard doors and ralease both . RESET button will turn off. The message
emergency stop buttons_ Press the RESET 1 display will read "Please Wait,..Machine
button. Powering Up' for a few seconds and then
;

change to read MiJChlne Rea"'' to starr
4. Press the start button. (Note: the opener
assembly must be in the open posltion and The conveyor and vacuum pump will start
the Temp ln-Range indicator on the display running.
must be green.)

5. Open one ofthe guard doors

5 Clase the door, and repeat steps 3,4 and
, 5 forthe othertwo doors.
The machine will stop and the display will
read "Safety Cirouit Activated"
7. After checking the three guard doors, The same result will occur. The machina
, clleck both emergency stop pushbuttons by will stop and the display will read "Safety .
pressing once the machine is started_ Circuit Ai;;t;vatarf'


Only wtien these actions have been completed successfully, should the machine be
released for production.

lf the machine fails to stop wtien a guard door is opened or when the emergency stop
button is pressed, contact 01K lntematlonal Corp. or the supplier of the machina
immediately and do not run the machine_



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l s. MACHINE SETUP PROCEDURE


l8.1 SETTJNG THE 0PENER



Adjusting tlle rear cylinder-mounting clamp With lhe adjusting handle alters the distance
that the jaws open. This adjusts lhe stroke of the opener cylinder and consequenlly, the
amount the cutter jaws open. Set the jaws to 20mm more than the box widlh.



Opener Assembly
-

Adjusting handle








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Cutter assembly














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l8.2 LOADING FILM ANO ROUTING


1 8.2.1 LOAOING FILM

To place the.film roll on the reel holder, remove one reel clamp. Then, slide the reel
holder bar through the core of the film rol! ali the way to.the remaining reel clamp.
Replace the removed reelclamp and tighten. Now place the.reel on the holder frame at
the rear of the ma<;hine with the film unwiriding from the bottom as seen below.


Film Reel Loading


















Reelclamps



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l s.2:2 FILM FEED PATH

Feed the film through the machine, from the reel, through the rear rubber drive rollers
and up and over the metal roller at the top of the machine. Pass the film along to the
drive roller at lhe front of the machine and temporarily tuck tt behind ene of the pinch
rollers. Go back to the rear of lhe machine and ensure that the.plastic-Qancing roller is in
the correct position, resting inside the loop. Pul! extra film from the reel to form a loose
loop underneath the dancing roller.



Film Feed Path




Gusset Gu.ide








Rear Drrve roller
I




Greenheat
sea! bar
Gusset Guide /







Plastic tube
(0.ancing
Roller)


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Place the gusset guides inside the gussets of the film, at the back and on top of the
machine.

Vertical gusset guides & Dancing Roller - View from rear















Dancing Roller r r
-------- !!!

s.2.3 FEEDING FILM THROUGH FRONT ORIVE ROLL

At the front of the machine, activate the pneumatic bypass switch (see below), which
moves the film funnel back and switches on air jet #1 which assists the feeding of film
through the open funnel. This is located at the left-hand side of the machine (from the
front) in front of the film drive motor. Lift the pinch roller assembly to free the film and
feed it through the drive roller until it is hanging approximately 20mm below the heatseal
seal jaw. Ensure that the film lies in front of the stripper wire, which is in front of the heat
seal blade. Adjust the film as necessary until the film is straightened and centered on the
drive roll. Switch the pneumatic bypass switch back off.









Air Jet #1 Bypass Switch

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ls.3 POS.ITIONING THE Box

Place the box so that it is central to the machine and the conveyor.

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When the oox is centralized rn the machine; the.bacl< guide rail (the one furthest in the
machine) sfiould be adjusted so that it is touching the box. The front guide rail should be
about 1015mm clear of the box.


s.4 POSITIONING Box STOPS

With the box in the center of the machine, adjust the position of the Center Box Stop so it
is resting up against the front edge of the box. Then move the photoeye bracket
assembly so that the Box Gap Photoeye is approximately 75mm behind the trailing edge
of the box in the lining position. The lnfeed Stop (Staged Position) should be move so
that the box it is h.olding back is approximately 75mm behind the Box Gap Photoeye.
The lnfeed Clamp (lnfeed Position) should be set approximately 1/3 of the box length
from the leading edge of the 3'" box.





BoxGap
Photoeye




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Box in Lining
Position Photoeye



Center Box op
(Lining Pos ion)


lnfeed Clamp
(lnfeed Position)
lnfeed Stop
(Staged Position)


Box Feed Direction

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l8.5 POSITIONING THE SUCKERS

Position the suckers so that the edge of the opening is about 1Omm from the edge of the
film,as shown above and so that the edge suckers have a 1Omm gap between the faces,
and the middle sucl<.ers nave a gap of 2mm be een the faces.









1

Suckers ----- j 'T l
10mm
-

Y= rn
--
10mm










Conveyor stop

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1 a.s DElERMINE BAG LENGTH ANO CONVEYOR HEIGHT


1 8.6.1 DETERMINING PROPER BAG LENGTH

The proper bag fengthis calcufated as lhe total box height Onciuding the flap) plus the
box width, as shown below. The bag length should always be measured from the heat
seal fine on the bottom of !he bag.










Boxheight

Boxwidth




The bag length produced is delermined by the sped of the front dve motor and how
long ilis driven. These parameters are handled through the touchscreen. Please refer
to section 9.1.4 Bag Making Menufor an explanation on setting bag Jengths .



1 8.6.2 SETTING THE CONVEYOR HEIGKT


The conveyor in the SL220 is height adjustabfe. The conveyor bed can be lifted up or
lowered down as required using the handle inside the front of the machine. The heighl of
the conveyor (referenced from the cu1 line) issame as !he bag fength. Therefore, the
distance between the C\ltter blade and the conveyor bed will be equal to !he bag length.
The conveyor can thus be set either by measuring this distance or by running a bag in
the machine and adjusting the conveyor until iljust lifts the bottom of the bag. For
multipfe height boxes, the conveyor height can be marked off, for each box s.ize.
Altematively, it may be possible to set the conveyor at one height midway between the
range required, ifthe range ofboxsizes is nottoogreatand lining qualityis sufficient.





-



Baglength



Conveyor
Conveyor height
-
V



L-

J. .L

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ls.1 SEn1NG THe oveRWRAPPER F1NGERs

Twist the Overwrapper fingers vertical:






Set the Overwrapper fingers for correct position,allowirig clearance on the outside of the
box.





lmm

IOm
l 1omm
-1
--- 1
1
' '










Overwrapper height when down


Using a tape rule, check the dimension around the outside of the fingers. This dimension
must not be more than the minimum dimension of the bag material (i.e. if the bag
circumference is 138Qmm ,the dimension around the fingers must not exceed 1380mm).

To set the overwrapper assembly height when down (cuffed position). the overwrapper
stop brackef needs to be adjusted. Thi.s bracket is at the front of the machine on the left
hand side. The proximity switch mounted within this bracket controls hw far down the
overwrapper assembly will travel. When the overwrapper assembly triggers the
proximity switch, the assembly will stop and retum back up. lt is importanf to note that
since t.his assembly is controlled via a pneumatic air C:ylinder, the assembly will over-
travel past the pro.ximity switch befare retuming. This over-travel can be accounted for
by shifting the stop bracket towards the .back 1>f the machina. How much depends on (he
amount of over-travel Q...speed ofthe assembly/cylinder).


IMPORTANT - Check the ciearance between the Overwrapper fingers and the suckers
before moving the OVerwrapper assembly down. Move the opener assembly open and
closed to ensure that there is nointerference with any of the moving parts.

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l 9. Basic Operation and Controls

In arder to start the machine ali ofthe guard doors must be closed and emergency stops
released. Upon pressing the RESETbutton, !he machine will energize and after a delay
(allowing drives to power up) !he machine will be ready to start. When the STARTb<.rtton
is pressed (hardwired or on touchscreen) the machine checks that the opener is open
and that the case lining position is clear. lfthe opener is open and l1ning position is clear
the machine will start. The main air valve will energize, the vacuum pump will turn on
and the conveyorwill start. Cases can then be fed into the machi ne for lining. Cases will
continue to be lined until the operator presses !he STOP button, one of the guard doors
is opened, one ofthe emergency stop pushb<.rttons is pressed or the machine generales
an intemal error.

Refer to the following chapter, Chapter 10 Touchscteen Display Operatfun for a full
overview ofthe machines features through the touchscreen.





19.1 0PERATORCONTROLPANEL


Touchscreen Display - User Interface used to control machine funcons and display
machine status and alarm information. Refer to the follow1ng chapter, Chapter 10
Touchscreen Display Operation, for a full overview ofthe machines features through the
touchscreen.

EMERGENCY STOP Pushbutton - Pressing this button will immediately acvate the
safety circurt. In doing so. the main air valve, control valves and power to the motor
drives is shul off. 11 is importan! to note that the main electrical enclosure also has
another Emergency Stop Pushbutton. This is a redundan! pushblll:ton and will pelfolll
the same function. Twist the head ofthe bullan to release.

RESET Pushbutton - This b<.rtton resets the safety circu! alter an Emergency stop
Pushb<.rtton has been pressed or a guard door has been opened. Alter releasing the
Emergency Stop Pushb<.rttons and closing the doon.;. press the Reset Pushbutton to
reset the safety circuit. The lamp will illuminate wtien the safety circu! is activated and
tum offwhen the circuit is reset.

START Pushbutton - Pressing this blll:ton will begin machne operation: as long as the
machine has been reset. (Redundan! with software STARTpushb<.rtton on touchscreen)

STOP Pushbutton - Pressing this button will initiate a controlled stop. No new cases
will be allowed to enter the lining position and if a case is already in process, 11 will be
completed and released. Alter this time the machine will stop. (Redundan! with software
STOP pushbutton on touchscreen)

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19.2 STACK LIGHT 0PERAllON


The stack light indicates the following machine statuses.






Red Lamp: Contnuous - Machine cycle
stopped
F/ashing - Machine stopped dueto
error, emergency stop button
press.d or guara door open



Orange Lamp: Continuous - Machine waiting due
to outfeed bloekage
Flashing- Low film (if apP.licable)


Green Lamp: Machine running

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J 10.Touchscreen Operation

lt0.1SCREEN DESCRIPTIONS ANO NAVIGATION

l 10.1.1 MAIN ScREEN (HoME)


SL220 $.upe/{iner

11
HEATSEAt. TEMl'ERATIREC
Sc.TP0:1NT
a
CURRENT
DI
TEMP
@}
IN-AANGE

LOAOEO SA$ COOE








[START] Pressing this button will begin machine operation; as long as the machine
has been reset.

[STOP) Pressing this blitton will initiate a controlled siop. No new cases will be
allowed to enter the. lininQ. position and if a case is already in process, it will be
completed and released. After this time the machine will stop..

[BAG ONLY MODEJ Pressing this button sets the machina to "Bag Only Mode". In
this mode,the machine will produce and dispense bags only. Use the START and
STOP bl.ltlons to start and stop the production of bags.

(AOVANCEO MENU} Pressing this button takes the user to the ADVANCED MENU
screen. Please reier to section 10.1.2 tor further details.

{ALARM HISTORY} Pressing this button takes the user to the ALARM HISTORY
screen. Please refer to section 10.1.3 tor further details.

{BAG MAKING ME(llU} Pressing this button takes the user to 1he BAG MAKING
MENU screen. Please refer to section 10.1.4 for further detaJls.

HEATSEAL TEMPER/ffURE {C)
The main screen displays information tor the heat-seal bar that produces the bag's
bottom seal. The SETPOINT temperature of the bar is displayed as well as the
CURRENT temperature. An indicator lamp is also provided to show if the
TEMPERATIJRE is IN-RANGE of the user designate<I temperature deviation. The
lamp will tum from btue to green when the temperatura enters range. The temperatura
musi be within range in oRler for the machine to n.m and produce bags. Refer to
section BAG MAKING MENU, 10.1.4 far details on setting the temperature set-point
and deviation.

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LOADED BAG CODE
The main screen displays the curren! bag code loaded. The bag code is a unique
configurable label given by the end user to describe a bag length. Refer to section
BAG MAKJNG MENU, 10.1.4for details on setting up bag codes_

DOORS
Each guard door switch is represented by an indicator lam on the main screen to
show its current state (1" Left Door. 2' RTght Door and 3' Rear Door)_ When !he
guard door is open the lamp will be illuminated red. When !he door is closed the lamp
will tum to green_

DIAGNOSnc (CODE)
This 2 digi! numerical display is llSed by O/K lntemational setvice personnel to help
diagnose and trouble"shoot problems that may occur during machine operation_
Process steps, machina status and machine errors all generate and display unique
diagnostic codes. lf problems persist, make note of any codes that are active during
the machine error/stoppage period and contact O/K lnlemational.

MESSAGE DfSPLA Y BOX (Located on Bottom of Soreen)
The message display box will displayvarious status messages based on nonnal
machine operation_ Below is a list ofthe messages that may be displayed and a
description ofwhy.
Message Description 1
Safety Circuit Displays when an e-stop has been pressed ora door has been


Activated o---ned and the machina hasn1 not been reset
Please Displays after !he reset pushbutton has been pressed. This time
Wait Machine
allows \he drives to power up and the main airto come upto full
Powenn- Un . nressure
Machine Ready to Displays aflerthe power-up period and afler cyde stopping.
Start
'
Pressi" "START" will start the machine
Machine Running
Is displayed afterthe machine has been started and during
nonnal machine roduction
Machina Running - Is displayed aflerthe machine has been started while machine is
Ban Oni" Mode in ea Onl" Mode" See section 1.1 for details.
Machine Running Is displayed afterthe machine has been started while machine is
Conve"or Onl" Mode in "Conveor on Mode" See section 1.2 fordetaiis.
Cycle stop in Is displayed aflerthe user presses "STOP" button during
"roduction.
Is displayed when !he Outfeed photoeye (PE-4) is blocked for
Machine Holding - preset amount oftime (Timer. T1S - referto section 10.1.5 for
Outfeed is Blocked timerdetails). No cases will be release from \he machine until !he
i ohotoeve is cleared
Machine Holding
Watting for Customer Is displayed when the customer removes 'pennfssive to release"
Penn1ssive to interface signal
Release

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l 10.1.2ADVANCED MENU

ADVANCED MENU

.,...







r) HOME BUTTON Press this button to retum to the Main (Home) screen. This
, button appears on ottler sereens and performs the same function.

{ACCESS TIMERS} Pressing this button takes the user to the ACCESS TIMERS
screen. Here the user may adjust program timer preset values. Please refer to
section 10.1.5 forfurther details.

[CONVEYOR MODE] When this button is pressed (NOTE: this button is only visible
when the machine is not running production} the conveyor only mode is activated
(indicator bar turns green). This mode indexes boxes thru the machina without
peonning any bag feeding or inserting. lt will accept and release cases as long as
the machine is started and the outfeed is clear, lf the outfeed becomes blocked then
the case will be held in the lining position until dear. Press again to exit conveyor
only mode (indicator bartums grey).

(EXIT DISPLAY RUNTIME] When this button is pressed the runtime touch screen
application doses and goes to the panels' interna! configuration menus.


l 10.1.3ALARM HISTORY

ALARM HISTORY

















This screen will show the 20 most recent machine alarms along with the date of
occurrence.







l 10.1.4 BAG MAKING MENU

In order to make a bag from the gusseted film stock the machine must know how long
to make it, at what temperature the heatseal bar should be and how long it should be
clamped onto the film to produoe the bottom seal. This screen allows the user to set
up these parameters.

BAG MAKING MENU
L0AO lENGTH"

BAG LENGTH CODE
J e:-e
J
e.et
1 e.e 1

j e.'f! 1
HEATSEAL TEMPERA TURE rcJ


-IETR>INT +f.



BAGLENGTH
The user can set up to four different bag lengths and give each a unique
alphalnumeric label up to 20 cliaracters. Pressing the LENGTH" box will pop-up a
numeric keypad that allows the user to enter -the desired bag length in inches.
Pressing the BAG LENGTH CODE box will pop-up an alphalnumeric keypad that
allows the user to enter in the desired description for that bag length. Press the
LOAD button to actvate the corresponding bag length to be run upon startup. The
LOAD bLrtton will illuminate upon pressing.

HEATSEAL TEMPERATURE re) ANO SEAL TIME
Pressing the SETPOINT box allows the user to enter in the desireq temperature (O
175.C) of the heatseal bar in degrees Celsius. Pressing the +/ box allows the user
to:enter the allowab.le temperature deviation above and below the temperature
setpoint. This defines the tempei:ature range tha.t the machine must stay w hin in
order to continue producing bags while the machine is running. The range is :Shown
visually wM the two display boxes above and below to the left of the setpoint box
The upper box shows the high range temperature vlue; setpint plus dviation. The
lower box shows the low rangetemperature value; setpoint minus deviation. lf-the
temperature falls out of the range.the mahine will not start (if idle) or will hold (if
running) until the temperature comes into range. Pressing the SEAL 17ME box
allows the user to enter the amount of time in seconds that the heatseal bar Will
activated,pressing into the film to form the seal.













Seal Time (sec)




Record Bag Making Settings
The tables below are provided to record up to four available bag codes and the heatseal
settings_



Code Bag Length Oescription
'
' 2

2
'
4

Tab 10.1.4a - Bag Length Code Table





'






Table 10. 1.4b - Heatseal Parameters









10.1.5ACCESS TIMERS

The machine uses a number of timers in order to maintain control over the process.
The user may change these values; however it is recommended that only people
familiar w h the machine and its operation doso. The tlmers come preset frorn the
factory and should not have to be changed.

TIMERS [PAGE 1)

T ,'-J Oe1W Oet&i;een ffitt ftoVi-n_g F"i IM' F'urinel
ope.n1ni;i_ 11d tne F'i IM F"eedin.g
'T.ja.ea - Del.ay bet.! n F'i l.M f'eeding .a the
Moving.. ta'" F'l.l"W"lel closl09
-rs Vr: =r e.; ,
f7: erd
T4l _!J!;e:e..f V f'rJ.os:t on O ing Debour.1ce Tine
TS Ie. ee De-l _y b1 th tw 1st F' ingers t;>e:i ng
R '" .........:..._ e:f 1y.ated ancl ttie o:..-erw:f'\.app:el"' 9011"19 down.
T61 9 00 D lay be_\ween !he <>yl"WrP!!"" 9olng up
_ .ai'\ld retus1ng the ftt:ned case
T1) _ e _I = ff -:;!e .lt: : =; n . n


Pressing the green box will pop-up a numercal keypad that allows the user to enter in
the desifed preset time inseconds for the timer of the described action.

[VIEW F.S.] Pressing this button will overtay all the timer values with the factory
preset value (see TIMER [PAGE 2) screen below for visuaQ.

{BACK} Pressing this button retums the user back to the ADVANCED MENU screen.

{PAGE 2} Pressing this button takes the user to the second page of accessible
timers.
TIMERS [PAGE 2]
=













Screen shown with overlaid Factory Set Timer va/ues.



l 10.1.6POPUP MESSAGE BANNERS


The. touchscreen uses popup message banners (as se.en below) located on the main
screen to notify the operator of non-alarm type issues. The operator must press the
CLOSE button to acknowledge and clear the bmner. Below is a list of the messages
that may bedisplayed anda description of why.




dof"lned


et.OSE




Messaae Description


Please Pull Opener
Open Befare starting
In arder to prevent potential mechanical interferences upan
start-up (i.e. avoid component damage) between the opener
assembly and the twist fingers, the user is torced to manually
move the opener to the open position if it is not at that position
uoon startuo. Once ooen, restart machine.

Machine Holding...
Temperature Out of
Range
This message will bedisplayed if the current temperature of the
Heatseal bar fans outside of the configured range while the
machine is running. The machine will not resume operation
until the temperature comes back into range.

Lining Position Must
be Clear Before
Starting Machine
This message will be displayed if the Lining Position Photoeye
(PE-1) is covered upon startup. In order to ensure proper
sequencing and case positioning a case is not allowed to be in
the machine uoon startuo. Remove case and restar! machine.


j 10.2MACHINE ALARMS & TROUBLESHOOTING


The machine continuously checks itself fer proper operation using various switches
and photoeyes. lf a problem occurs, the machine will shut down or not allow the user
to start the machine. An alarrn banner (shown below) will pop-up on the main screen
to notify the user which alarm occurred. Theuser can acknowiedge the alarrn and
close the banner by pressing the CLOSE button. The user may also press the
HELP! button which will can up a help screen de\ailing.the alarm. Here, the ca.use of
the alarm will be explained, possible reasons given on hcw the alarm may have
occurred and suggestions on how to resolve the alarrn. Depending on which alarrn
occurs the help screen may also include a PICTUR.E button that when pressed wll
display a screen showing a picture of the problem and the associated inputs/outputs
used in determining the alarrn. Re.fer to the following secti0ns that provide a screen
shot of ali the alarm help screens.











l 10..2.1 MAIN AIR Too Low

ALARM HELP



1 10.2.2 MAIN AIR VALVE FAILED OR PRESSURE SWITCH SHORTED

!1111
ALARM HELP


1111: J HI PF<E!:SL S,:ITC::-- ON ;',,'Et ; THCJGH



- HIN \IAL'.,'E ('.:.\1-0,. 0:1?./etJ STUCJ.:'. Ofl: OP
MM:'J MI='. '..'f>-._'.IE
:s N.;T A.CTI' ' :-:TEO
liiiil
n.:.rIUALL'( ;J<.JERF: IDEM
-:-PES.:::JRE sw1-:H c:st.1-: .. !:;t/5: SHC TED

E:JSUP.:E 1111: .1.;._"..'E IS r:.:OT ;.il'i
Cr 'E:P'R10C'E ;.: :, IS J: CTIC :H.; :-R(;_cERt_ :'.
::...co: re. =i:o::.Et P E;$ tP.:E .si.i ICH ,.:;_. ftoCJ
'tEPL'ICE := h"ECE:S:=r.!!Y


CUlSE



l 10.2.3VACUUM LOST OURJNG FILM 0PENING

.L\LARM HELP






l 10.2.4 VACUUM SWITCH M1ss-ADJUSTED OR FAILED



j 10.2.5 CASE JAM PHOTOEYE TRJGGERED 0URING LINING CvCLE


l 10.2.6OUT OF FILM OR FILM JAMMED AT REAR OF MACHINE





SL220

l 10.2.7VACUUM PUMP O\fERLOAD TRIPPED

ALARM HELP




l 10.2,8 THERMOCOUPLE SIGNA!. LOST- BOTTOM HEAT.SEAL BAR

ALARM HELP




110..2.9 OVERWRAPPER M10-Pos1TION SWITCH NOT DETECTED

ALARM HELP




SL220

l 10.2.10 OVERWRAPPER NoT DoWN

ALARM HELP




1 10.2.11 OVERWRAPPER NOT UP

ALARM HELP




110.2.12 OVERWRAPPER REMAINS OOWN






37


SL220


J 10.2.13 0VERWRAPPER REMAINS UP

ALARMHEL P




110.2.14 OVERWRAPPER CYLINDER -BOTH REED SWITCHES MAOE

.e.LARM HELP




1 10.2.15 CuTTER NOT CIJr

ALl'.RM HELP





38









SL220

l 10. 2.16 CUTTER NOT BACK




110.2.17 CUTTER REMAINS CUT





1 10.2.18 C'-'nER REMAINS BACK

ALARM HELP


CUT7EP. 2MCK REEO SWITCH :RS-4 :0/:7J
ST!LL r:AOE flFTER .::. SECO/\'OS C1F' THE
;;uTTER '.JAL'c'E CSV-3... 0:.2/8"J nJRflltl'1C ON

-CUTER l N!FE ...:.o:iMMEO ANO CAN"'T R!TIJRN
BfiCK
-',.'AL' E F?:ILED,. NOT SHIFTB Qr


IF JAXMEO., 0-EMR JAM Mf. J RESTi-.RT.
ENSUP:: 'JAL'JE IS UOPKINC PROPE! LY




. CLOSE
PlCjUP.E

40


SL'.420

l 10.2.19 CUTTER CYLINOER -BOTH Reeo SWITCHES MAOE

ALARM HELP





110.2.20 OPENER .Nor CLOSEO

ALARIV1 HELP




110.2.21 OPENER Nor OPEN

ALARM HELP





SL220

l 10.2.22 0PENER REMAINs CLOSEO

ALARM HELP



l 10.2.23 0PENER REMAINS OPEN

ALARM HELP



l 10.2.24 OPENER CvUNDER -80TH REEo SwrrCHES MADE

ALARM HELP



SL220




J tl.MAINTENANCE

j 11.1GENERAL


Only trained personnel aware of all safety regulations should carry out Service and
maintenance operations.

Before starting maintenance or repair operations. the main switch must be switched off
and locked out and the machina disconnected from the compressed airsupply.


SECTION 5. SAFETY WARN ING$ ANO INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE READ
CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS!


This section describes the maintenance operations that should be canied out. Read
through the whole procedure before starting. lf any part of the procedure is unclear,
please contact the service-<l vision of O/K lntemational Corp. or of the supplier from
whom the machine was obtained.


l11.2ADJUSTING THE MACHINE



The machina will be pre-set to the correct sett ngs for smooth operation and should not
need to be adjusted, unless during the course of operation sorne movements of the
machine have changed from their pre-set condltion.

The speed of the various movements on the machina, are controlled by the use of flow
restrtctors controlling each of the cylinders or groups of cylinders. The feeding of the bag
into the box and the rearloop feed is govemed by the motor controls.

Settlng of !he various motlons to give the best results:-

Sanjo restrictors can be adjusted to control speeds of the cylinders.


l 11. 2.1 HEAT SEALER CVLINDERS

No special;equirements.

Adjust ng banjo restrictors on the cyfinders can alter speed of the cy1inder.


l 11. 2.2 OPENER CYllNDER
The opening stroke of the cy1inder mus! be controlled so as not to strip the bag off the
suckers.

Note - lf the bagis being held by 2 suckers and Is not open ng,then the cylinder opening
too fast is a fikely cause orthe problem.

Closing of the opener No specialrequirement .
Adjustments are made by restrictors on the right hand side of machine at the rear
(looklng from the front).

SL220



l 11.2.3 CUTTING CVLINDER

No restticlion on speed.



11.2.4 INFEEDSTOPS

No restriction.

i 11.2.5 MAINBoxSTOPS

No restriction Ol posiUon stop. Rearcenter box clamp must move slowerthan fronl.


111.2.6 0VERWRAPPERS

Twlst:
Down:
Up:
No resttiction.
Speed restrietions to eliminate damage.
No Special requirements (usually fully open resttictors).

111.2.7 MOTOR SPEED -FRONT

The bag is fed into the box in approximately 0.6 secoldS. As this time is f0<ed by the
PLC, !he motor speed is directly controlling !he bag length. The motor speed is
determined by the bag length (bag code loaded).


l 11.2.8 MOTOR5PEED-REAR

The speed ofthe rear polythene drive controls the speed at which the polythene is pulled
from the main reel. lf the polythene 1s pulled off the reel to fast, the reel will overrun. 11
the polythene is pulled off too slowly, the machine speed may be affected.


! 11.2.9 GENERAL

The settilgS and instructions given here are a guide for hoW to initially set up the Sl220
Once the machine has been set following this procedure, it will almost certainly become
necessary to make further small adjustments to !he machine to achieve the best
pelforrnance.

11 is a good idea to mark settings on the machine w h an indelible pen, once final
adjustments have been made. This ensures that there is always a position to work to.

Care should be laken however. befare making any adjuslments, that there iS no other
problem with the machine. For example, bad xilythene can mean that a machlne that
was running perfeclly will start to fail to open bags forno apparelt reason. JI is oftel a
good idea to keep a known good roll of polythene aside fOr comparison if bad polythene
is suspected. see also the following section Ol routine maintenance befare making
machine adjustments.

SL220


/ 11.2.10 VACUUM MONITORING SWrrctt (QPENER SYSTEM)


The SL220 uses a digital vacuum switch (located in electlical enclosure) to monitor !he
vacuum level within the suction system that opens the bag. lfthe vacuum level is too low
during \he bag open;ng cycle then !he machine will stop and error out (see error
description in section 10.2.3). This helps detecta numberofproblems such as..

Film routing/tracking (film not placed wilhin gusset guides)
Film roll on rear unwind stand not centered with case in lining posilion
Poorfilm quality- Overall width dimension shrinking
Film blocking Qayers of gusseted film sticking togethef
Excessive opener opening speed
Sucker miss-alignment
Weak vacuum generation because of dirtylclogged vacuum pump filter.

Checking for proper vacuum level during the bag opening ensures that a case that will
not be line properly does not exit the machine. The vacuum level setpoint comes set
from the fictory and should not have to be adjusled. However, if adjustment is required
press !he MODE key once for P-1 to be displayed. The setpoint and P-1 will altemate
back and forth on the display. Press the UP and DOWN key to alterthe setpoint.

SL220



l11.3 ROUTINE MAIN TENAN CE


l 11 .3.1 WEEKLY

1. Check knife blade for
position and
sharpness.



2. Check foam on cutter
bar.





3. Check heat-seal hard
glass tape .



4. Check heat-sealblade
for melted film
fragments.





5. Check autCHlrain on
fil er regulator.






6. Check for bent or
damaged fingers.
Replace if blunt.






Replace if damaged or
worn.





Replace if damaged or
worn.



Cleanwith damp!lQfr:
abrasive cloth. Do Not
Use Metaltools to
scrap. this will damage
the Teflon coatlng.
Replace if green Tefton
coating is scratched.
Cleanif dirty.







Replace or straighten if
damaged.






7. Check sucker screens Clean as required.
fer film opening.





Sucker screens



SL220

B. Check Vacuum Pump Clean as required.
inlet for film fragments
and debris.







9. Listen far any air
leaks.
1O. Check fer leese
fixings.
11. Check Overwrapper
finger ciearance {hose,
sucker,cutter bar).


Replace damaged
heses.
Tlghten if necessary.

Rectify by adjusting
machine set up.
Vacuum pump inlet




j 11.3.2 MeNTHLY



1. Check all ltems en weekly list.

2. Check safety switches fer Adjust if required
corree! eperatien {see sectien
7.5.1 fer precedure)
3. Ensure ali guards are in place Pesition cerrectly

4. Check cartridge heater wires Re-positien if loose er interfering
wth meving cemponents

S. Check thermecouple cable Re-position if loase
6. Check position of suction Re-position as required
hoses for interference

7. Check position cf material flow Re-position as required
air jets

8. Check tension of ali chains Re-position if slack



SL220


l 12.0PERATION & PROBLEM SOLVING
] 12.1 PROPER MACHINE SEQUENCE
LINING SEQUENCE

Step 1:

Case entera machine and triggera case in lining posi!Jon photoeye. The film begins to
feed and the opener assembly closes to partial closed position. When the film leed is
complete the opener assembly doses to !he full closed posifion.

Step 2:
The knife and bag suction are activated. Once the knife cuts across the bag, the opener
assembly is commanded to open.

step 3:
While the bag is being opened. the bag inflation air jet is activated to infiate the bag in
the case. Concurrently, the vacuum switch monrtors the vacuum level to ensure the bag
is fully gripped by the suckers and is opening properly.

Step4:
Upon the opener assembly reaching the ful!y open posilion, the cuffing fingers twist
downward inside the open bag. The knife retums back and the bag suction is released.

Step 5:
The overwrapper assembly goes down to cufflhe bag overthe case.

Step 6:
Upon reaching the down posifion proximity switch, the overwrapper returns back up.

Step 7:
The overwrapper has reached the full up positon and !he lwfs! fingers reset back up. Al
this point the machine has successfully lined the case w h a bag. lfthe outfeed is ciear
the case will be released.

PARALLEL SEQUENCING

Case lndexing
The machina uses four types of stops/clamps and two photoeyes to control the case
indexing. When the first case entering the machine triggera the box gap photoeye the
infeed side clamp is activated oll!. lf cases are entel'1ng the machine back-to-back, this
clamp will catc11 and hold the second case back from entenng the machine thus pulling a
gap between !he frrst case. Once !he frrst case tliggers the box in lining pos1t1on
photoeye, and af!er a brief delay, !he box stop on the center ofthe conveyor pops up and
sjde stops at the box staged position come ;n. Al this point !he infood side clamp
releases the second case and allows it to settle against tlle staged position side stops.
Meanwhile the first case settles against !he center box stop and after a delaY \he side
clamps al !he lining position are activaled to hold the box securely for linlng.

Heatseating
Once the knife cllls the film far the bag in process it can then pelform the heatsealing
cycie for the next bag. Overtapping this cycie keeps the cycle ;me of !he maci1ine
unaffeded. The heatseal cycte is also triggered upon the machine starting up. This
ensures that the first bag always has a bottom-seal.

Fllm Dispenslng
The film will be dlspensed off of the roll (rear film drive activated) whenever tlle "Film
Loop Detecl Photoeye PE-3" is uncovered.



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f 12.2 PROBLEM SOLVING

The cause of !he problem may not be tlle obvious Many feeding and opening problems
are caused by lhe film tracking being incorrectly set

Always check lhat the material is in the corree! position, running central about the front
two aluminum drive rollers when the machine is in operation. Refer to section 8.2 for
proper film feeding.

To corree! film position:

1. Adjust position of gusset guides.

2- Adjusi position of roll of film on roll holders.


When clearing a jam of material in the main drive area:

1. Ensure the heat seal bar has been retracted, taking care, as tllis is hot_

2. Take ca re not to pull large lumps offilm through up or down as this may damage
the silicon rubber strip.

3. Carefully smooth out film and re-fee<l tllrough the drive system.



Problem
Variables in order of
importance

Film jamming jn frontdrive a rea -often
wnnkles can be seen as material is fed
through

1,2,3,6

Film wrapping around the main dlive roller 3,4,5,6

Bag not opening on any suckers 1,7,8


Bag no! opening on two suckers 1,2,7


Bag no! opening on one sucker 1,2,7

Errat1c machine running
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Poor heatsealing 9,13,14,15

Poor cutting


Unsatisfactory over wrapping

9,16,17,18

Vacuum motor stops

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Possible Solutions


1_ Check film position tracking, ilshould be running centr:ally and straight

2_ Does film leed central aboLJt front aluminum rollers?

3_ Is film palh down through funnel and front dlive syslem clear?

4_ Clean main rubberdrive rollerwith a mild detergent

5_ Apply talcum powder to main rubber drive roller and stainless steel funnel to act
as a lublicant.

6_ Faulty material; change to a new roll.

7_ Check suckers to see ifthey are blocked by pieces offilm_

a_ Check suctlon hose connections are not leaking_

9_ Check main compressed air supply pressure_

10. Check compression of cutter bars_

11. Check knife, a sharp correctly positioned blade is requ1red_

12. Clleck overloads_

13. Check heatsealing parameters (femperature. Time) refer to section 10.1.4

14_ Ensure seal jaw moves corroctly by operating valves manually (Main Air Valve
VO and V6).

15. Ensure seal jaw compresses siiJcon rubberevenly.

16_ Check the setting of the fingers; ensure clearance holizontally on opener and
vertically on the case.

17. Check film size_

18_ Check position of conveyor box stops.
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13. PRE-DELIVERY CHECKS

l 13.1PRE-DELIVERY CHECK SHEET


Customer:


:Model No: SL220 Serial No:
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l. Safety system check. Emergency Stop Pnshbuttons and Guard Doors
activate safety relay thus removing power from drives and de-energizing
ali pneumatic va!ves.

Main Enclosure Emergency Stop Pushbutton
Operator Panel Emergenc)' Stop Pnshbutton
Guard Door Sv.itch 1 (Front Left)
Guard Door Switch 2 (Front Right)
Guard Door S\\ itch 3 (Rear)
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed

2. Ali slides and mechanisms operate :freely and lock securely wbere
applicable. Passed


3. Ali pneumatics operate manual!)' and there are no air leaks in the
S)'Stem Passed


4. FactOIJ' Set timer preset values saved. Passed


5. Vacuum Switch preset adjusted and working satisfactory to detect
dropped or missing bags. Passed


6. Drive settings recorded in following section 13.2_ Passed

7. Cases lined per minute _




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Signed for O/K International:


Date:------ Print:
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l13.2 ORIVE SETTINGS (POWERFLEX 4)

The following tables provide drive setting values altered from their default settings. Please
refer to the Powerf"lex-4 documentation for changlng parameter values.


l13.2.1 fRONT f l LM ORIVE


No.

Parame
ParameterValue
Dve Oefault Recommended As Shiooed
P031 Motor NP Volts 460
P032 Motor NP Hertz 60Hz 60
P033 Motor OL Current 1.4
P034 Mnimum FreQ O Hz 5
P035 Maximum Freo 60Hz 20
P036 Start Source o 2
P037 Stoo Mode o o
P038 Soaed Reference o 2
1
P039 AccelTime 1 10 Secs 0.1
P040 DecelTime t 10 Secs 0.1
A092 Auto Rstrt Tries o 9
A093 Auto Rstrt Delav 1Sec 0.1





l 13.2.2 REAR FILM ORIVE


No.

Parameter
Parar'neter Value
Dve Oefault Recommended 1 AsShiooed
P031 Motor NP VoltS 460
P032 Motor NP Hertz 60Hz - 60
P033 1 MotorOLCurrent 1.4
P036 Start Source o 2
P037 stoo Mode o o
P038 Soeed Reterence o 4
P039 Accellime 1 10 Secs
0.1

P040 Decel Time 1 10 Secs 0.1
A070 Preset F....., o o 5
A092 Auto Rstrt Tlies o
9
A093 Auto Rstrt Oelav
1 Sec
1 0.1

1
= "'

1
1
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l 13.2.3 CONVEYOR ORIVE

No. Parameter
Parameter Value
Ove Default Recommended AsShipped
P031 Motor NP Volts 460
P032 Motor NP Hertz 60 Hz 60
P033 Motor OL Current 0.55
P036 Start Source
-
o 2
P037 Stop Mode o o
P038 '"" Soeed Reference o 4
P039 AccelTime 1 10 Secs 0.1
P040 Decel Time 1
-
10 Secs 0.1
A070 Preset Freo O o 70
A092 Auto Rstrt Tes o 9
A093 Auto Rstrt Delay 1Sec 0.1
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PN-01-055
PN-01-037
PN-01-002
PN-02-031










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l t4. RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
Quantl 1 Part Number 1 Descriptlon
Electrical Parts
AIB
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: ELEC-22--013 680mm 1kW 480V Cartrid e Heater AIB
ELEC-23-001 Thermocouole K Rin A
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PN-12-018
M 50 LSU CP Reed Switch A
. ELEC-04-060
R17 DR63M4 67rpm IP55 0.18kW Motor Gearbox


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ELEC-21-018 SensaGuard Guard Switch AIB
'
1 ELEC-21-019 MSR126R Saf Relav



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A44025AADAA0730 Lintra Lite Cutter Cvlinder
Mechanlcal & General Parts
90-10-004 680MM Heat-Seal Tonn 680MM Lonn A
92-04-560 100 Overwra r Fin er A
Overwrapper SIide A
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96-07-028
2M FT 20-004 ZMOS-1380 25mm Silstick Tape A
FT-20-003 ZPTB 6 Hardolass Ta A
2M
PN 20-013 Vacuum Suct1on Hose Black A
FT-16-001 S!anlev Knife Blade A
""
FT-07-001 Polvcord Convevor Drive Belt
' A
2M FT 20-001 ! Cutter Bar Rubber White
'
A
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92-03-092 Vacuum Shut Off Disk A


Key to Column AIB:

A ltems thatwe recommend that you hold as stock.
B ltems that maytake more !han 2 weeks to deliver upon receipt ofwritten order.
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15.COMPONENT DRAWINGS

Note To avoid misunderstanding when ordering components please always quote the
corree! part number and location.