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Sael rebuilds the winder drive at Burgo Sarego papermill in Italy

Sael rebuilds the winder drive at Burgo Sarego papermill in Italy

A long-time profitable partnership: after 30 years of working together, Burgo Group assigned to SAEL the rebuilding of its Jagenberg winder Varistep.

Thanks to the new drive, the efficiency, speed and overall operation, have been increased by more than 30%, while the machine management got optimized by new configurations formerly unavailable. A great teamwork, through the years, between both companies, involving SAEL all over the Burgo plant.

The Sectional Drive PM1, made in three different steps, the Winder Variroll, Roll wrapper, Supercalender Kleineweffers, Supercalender Bruderhaus, Sheeter Jagenberg Synchro, DCS and Stock preparation, DCS for Coating Celliers, DCS and Automation for automatic belts and rolls, DCS for Turbogas and Gas motors, DCS Demi.

After years of mutual satisfaction being together, Burgo manages SAEL systems and own drives supporting the operators and having spare parts availability for systems installed 35 years ago (actually there are still 55 years old drives renewed by SAEL Reborn).

The “spirit of improving” and “customer first” have been rewarded by Burgo’s “T&I Technology and Investment” rebuilding the electrical cabinets and wiring of the Varistep. To get better performances and flexibility of the machine, the managers of Burgo assigned to SAEL this job. Despite the addition of several automations (roughly 750 machine I/O) the job was executed extremely fast and successfully.

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