Beaver Paper Group, a leading manufacturer of sublimation media and cut and sew paper is pleased to announce the two new of state-of-the-art roll converting machines to their its modernized production facility. The additions include The Lemu Master Roll 3500 and The Lemu BRA-3.
The Lemu Master Roll 3500, renamed RM1 by the Beaver Paper team, has semi-automatic capabilities allowing wider roll converting. This machine has been designed and manufactured to handle paper rolls up to a diameter of 685 mm, a width of 3300 mm, and thickness up to 140 grams per square meter. The wide load capabilities of the RM1 will contribute greatly to Beaver Paper Group’s future growth, expanding into larger high-speed markets.
The Lemu BRA-3, renamed RM2 by the Beaver Paper team, is a fully automatic, high-speed, three-shaft rewinder that allows for fold-less tucking for sublimation paper. The RM2 mass produces up to 650 m/min. This dynamic machine has been manufactured to handle paper rolls up to a diameter of 300 mm, a width of 2000 mm, and a basis weight of 300 g/sq. m.
Additional Equipment Added in 2021
In June, Beaver Paper Group installed The Dalmec Robotic Arm Manipulator and “The Perf 104” in mid-year of 2021. The Dalmec Manipulator is the largest robotic arm in the U.S. and works in conjunction with the RM1 by lifting and transporting the large-scale paper rolls with a maximum handling weight of 1060 kg and extracts them from the RM2 converting machine.
In addition, The Perf 104, Precision Perforator is one of the widest perforating machines in the world, measured at 104-inches, and has impeccable precision while producing micro-perf and one-perf kraft papers. These two new machines work exceptionally well with the recently acquired modern lineup of roll converting machines.
“Investing in the new wide-range, and high-speed roll converting machinery is vital to keeping up with the growth that Beaver Paper Group is experiencing and is beneficial to the larger markets, giving our customers more options. This will lead to the highest quality products at some of the fastest lead times in the paper industry,” explains Tobias Sternbeck, CEO of Beaver Paper.” In addition, the new equipment will allow us to reduce our carbon footprint by reducing waste, which is ideal for the environment.”