Turborex Heat Dissipation Brake (TxHD)
Turborex HD Brakes set the standard for consistent performance. How much down time did the maintenance on your current brakes cost you this year? Do you know what would be possible if you eliminated all those costs and down time for the next 5 years?
Maintenance teams love Turborex’s simple maintenance and 5 year brake pad life. Production teams love Turborex’s reliability, safety, and customizable features. We think you’ll find something about it that you’ll love too.
My last soap was eating up the duckbills in my pump, and the supplier couldn’t do anything about it. Since I started using 5G, my pump parts cost dropped by more than 50%.
My ink man said my anilox was bad when I complained of print problems with his ink but after cleaning with this, they ran a perfect pink print run. Best we’ve ever had.
First soap I’ve ever seen do what an ink soap is supposed to
do. It is removing stains and varnish we could not get off before. Operators are getting their work areas cleaner faster, and it smells nice.
If I move to another plant, you’re going to be my first call. I wouldn’t run a box plant without it.
The operators are pulling me to the side to tell me how much easier the PMs have gotten. There is still some manual work to do, but they used to scrub real hard to get things clean. Now there is less build-up and it comes off faster and easier. We dropped an hour of the PM on the Embas.
There are a lot of factors in good print, but installing the automatic system eliminated one of them. Now we know that the anilox rolls are always clean, so we can focus on ink and other areas.
I am glad I can claim credit for bringing this to our company. We were drilling out our lines every quarter and we have completely eliminated that cost. Running through the lines has improved our starch flow and viscosity, and we’re using the spray bottles to make life easier for the crews during the weekly cleanups.
The chucks are doing great. The expansion units grip well, and we have no more slippage on butt rolls.
The rolls are easy to remove from the chucks… we don’t have to use any tools to take them off.
We used to have a lot of problems with cores splitting, pusher plates coming off, core slippage and the nosecone just breaking off the end of the chuck. But since we put on the new one, we’ve seen significant improvement in core slippage and reliability… plus they’re just not breaking anymore.
They hold up very well and the whole corrugator team keeps telling me how happy they are about them. We haven’t had to change the pads at all since we got them, so it’s added a lot of extra time to our corrugator PMs.
I wouldn’t change a thing about your brakes. Most things, you say: “They’re great but I’d change this or that.” But your brakes are just about bulletproof. They’d stop a mac truck.
We were really surprised by the battery life! We’re used to having to charge after one shift, but it’s doing 3-4 shifts before we need to swap it out.
These are much safer than the pneumatic pushers we had to use before. I’ve tried all the other battery pushers this is the only one that can put up with the production floor long-term.