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Performance engineered tape heads minimize tape costsThe Dekka tape heads are simple to install and easily mounted. These precision constructed, high-quality stainless-steel tape heads use modern laser cutting technology and are highly finished for appearance and corrosion resistance.
Other features include:
-Easily adjustable roller tension spring: adjust main spring tension by selecting one of four preset leverage points. Adjustmnts are unaffected by vibration of shock and require no fine tuning.
-High-quality molded wipe down rollers: many tape heads are fitted with separate roller sleeves requiring frequent replacements due to surface breaks and splits. DEKKA's polyurethane wipedown rollers are molded in one piece. The result is tougher, longer lasting rollers requiring less maintenance.
-Easy to load: with DEKKA's open side frame design tape loading is simple and easy. Loading can be done in 30 seconds or less without removing the tape head or taking the machine out of adjustment. Reduces downtime and costly production delays.
-Operator safety: knife guard is independently mounted with its own actuating lever to minimize knife exposure and provide greatedr operator safety.
-Kinfe blade remains sharp longer: oil pad on blade cover provides lubrication while preventing adhesive buildup on cutting edge, maintaining a clean, sharp blade for longer periods.
-Exclusive no break tape advance: in conventional tape heads, feed rolls pull tape along its edges where breaks actually occur. DEKKA's exclucive No Break Tape system advances the tape along its centerline which avoids edge stress and prevents tape breaks.
-External tape guide system: DEKKA's external tape guide keeps tape ends in place unaffected by external drafts or loss of static attraction to the wipe down roller. Plus it stays free from troublesome adhesive buildup. Whether taping tops or bottoms, DEKKA tape heads reliably seal case after case avoiding costly reprocessing of untaped cases.