1.0  Typical  Laboratory Horizontal Clip Tenter

1.1.   Tenter length to be 60 from center of entry turnaround to center of exit turnaround

1.2.   DSI TTG125 clip tenter chain

1.2.1.      2 pitch

1.2.2.   Special contoured jaw designs to accommodate plastic film, textiles or  non-wovens [4]

1.2.3.      Retainer prevents pin rotation [3]

1.2.4.     Lubrication well for the chain pins [2]

1.2.5.      Hand lubrication

1.2.6.      Investment castings for precision and to allow the incorporation of special features. [1]

1.2.7.      Improved method of attaching clip to chain (No rivets) Hex head chain pin is hardened and has lubrication grooves [2]

1.2.8.      Spring loaded jaw.

 1.3.   Special 5 -1/8 diameter turn-arounds

1.4.   Easily replaceable Ampco (or equal) bronze alloy wear strips

1.5.   Entry Clip Openers

1.5.1.      Opens clip jaw so web may enter

1.6.   Exit Clip Openers

1.6.1.      Opens clip jaw so web may exit

1.7.   Manual chain tensioning

1.8.   Tenter rail width and taper adjustment by hand wheel

1.8.1.      Minimum width of 8, Maximum Width of 14

1.8.2.      Entry and exit rails may be tapered

1.9.   Exit idler roll provided.

1.10.                    Designed to mount on Laboratory Table.

2.0  Typical Optional Oven assembly

1.1.   Other configurations available

1.2.   Insulated enclosure to fit over the laboratory tenterette

1.3.   One Pressure Blower

1.3.1.      Discharge side gate damper to control air flow

1.3.2.      TEFC .5 Hp motor, 230V/460V

1.3.3.      Direct drive (no belts to wear)

1.3.4.      300 ACFM @ 4 in. wg

1.3.5.      Motor Starter and Operators PB

1.4.   Two Air Duct Heaters

1.4.1.      Chrome steel sheath strip heaters

1.4.2.      Rugged finstrip elements mounted in a sturdy frame

1.4.3.      15000 watts, 480V, 3 Phase

1.5.   One Nema 4X Control Panel

1.5.1.      30 amp Contactor

1.5.2.      Temperature Controller Disconnect Switch

1.5.3.      Control Power Transformer

1.6.   Thermal Cut-Out

1.6.1.      Protects against damage due to overheating

1.6.2.      Set slightly higher then highest temp desired            When preset temperature is reached circuit opens

1.6.3.      Manual reset button