Back beams

Back beams made by Scholze have been successfully in worldwide use for decades. The precisely matched entity of flange and tube is the decisive criterion for a high user benefit. Insulating felt, spraygalvanising and smoothing, electrogalvanising or phosphatising are methods used for the tube surfaces, essentially affecting a uniform warping quality.

The back beams are most advantageously located by means of bevel toothing. In addition, journal or steep taper locations are possible too. The back beam flanges may be ribbed, single- or double-walled. Ribbed or single-walled flanges may be used for warping speeds of about 600 m/min. High warping speeds are exclusively and advantageously ensured by Scholze doublewalled flanges.

Driving heads (top) Locating heads (bottom)
 
Beam location via journal (top) and steep taper (bottom)
Driving heads (top)
Locating heads (bottom)
  Beam location via journal (top)
and steep taper (bottom)

Loom beams

Loom beams made by Scholze are sub-assemblies that offer sophisticated designs for permanent and perfect use thanks to the combination of tube, flanges and locks. Precision steel tubes are used exclusively and can be surface-treated on request. The zinc-aluminium spray-metallising method has stood the test in practice, combining the benefit of corrosion protection with the yarn entrainment effect without any need for knot holes or adhesive tapes. As to beam flanges, Scholze offers a completely overlapping assortment, including ribbed flanges, flat flanges; and universally applicable double-walled flanges, featuring a loading capacity being up to 2.5 times higher than conventional ribbed flanges.

Magnum beams with flange diameters of up to 1.600 mm will ensure long machine running times. Inside surfaces of flanges are well suited to working with yarns, and perfect crosssections of the rims ensure an excellent quality of the end product.

All variants can be supplied either with or without driving gear. The available beam flange diameters range from 600 up to 1600 mm. Beam flanges in ribbed design are used for quality classes Q1 through Q3 and ATLAS double-walled flanges for Q4.

Loom beam, diameter 1600 mm
 
Sectional warp beams for Raschel or knitting machines with flange diameters up to 1.400 mm
Loom beam, diameter 1600 mm   Sectional warp beams for Raschel or knitting machines with flange diameters up to 1.400 mm

Canisters and Bobbins
  • One-part canisters made of spheroidal cast steel or aluminium are used in heavy weaving for the production of wire, glass or manmade fibre meshes and filter cloth
  • Steel canisters in bolted assemblies for heavy weaving – also available specially lacquered
  • Scholze canisters for felt weaving
  • split beams for use in knitting machine
  • Canisters for filament yarns
  • One-part or joined (bolted) bobbins and canisters made of aluminium and steel
 
     

 

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