Global Patent Index - EP 1572389 A1

EP 1572389 A1 20050914 - DEVIATION DEVICE FOR A COILER INSTALLATION FOR COILING STRIPS

Title (en)

DEVIATION DEVICE FOR A COILER INSTALLATION FOR COILING STRIPS

Title (de)

UMLENKVORRICHTUNG EINER HASPELANLAGE ZUM AUFHASPELN VON BÄNDERN

Title (fr)

DISPOSITIF DEFLECTEUR SUR UNE INSTALLATION D'ENROULEMENT DE BANDES

Publication

EP 1572389 A1 20050914 (DE)

Application

EP 03785661 A 20031125

Priority

  • DE 10258499 A 20021214
  • EP 0313216 W 20031125

Abstract (en)

[origin: WO2004054733A1] The invention relates to a device for deviating strips, in particular metal strips in a coiler installation, from an initial guide route (1) to a final guide route (2) and vice versa. Said device comprises a driver mechanism (3) comprising a pair of driver rollers (4, 4') and actuating members that are located downstream in the displacement direction (B) of the belt, a separator device (5) that can be pivoted towards the initial or final guide route (1, 2) and a guide table (6), which is pivotally mounted underneath the separator and can be pressed against the lower driver roller (4') to act as a skimmer. The aim of the invention is to optimise the deviation of the strips. To achieve this, the upper and lower faces of the separator device (5) are convex and said device is mounted in an articulated manner at the delivery end of an associated roller conveyer (7, 7') for transporting the strips, in such a way that it exposes the initial guide route (1) in the raised position, lying against the upper driver roller (4) to act as a skimmer and the guide table (6) is concave to adapt to the lower face of the separator device (5). A respective actuating organ, e.g. a hydraulic unit (8, 8') is allocated to both the separator device (5) and the guide table (6).

IPC 1-7

B21C 47/34

IPC 8 full level

B21C 47/34 (2006.01)

CPC (source: EP KR US)

B21C 47/34 (2013.01 - EP KR US)

Designated contracting state (EPC)

AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HU IE IT LI LU MC NL PT RO SE SI SK TR

DOCDB simple family (publication)

WO 2004054733 A1 20040701; AT E370804 T1 20070915; AU 2003294724 A1 20040709; BR 0317301 A 20051108; CA 2510060 A1 20040701; CA 2510060 C 20100817; CN 1319664 C 20070606; CN 1726103 A 20060125; DE 10258499 A1 20040701; DE 50308031 D1 20071004; EP 1572389 A1 20050914; EP 1572389 B1 20070822; ES 2290532 T3 20080216; JP 2006509633 A 20060323; JP 4413143 B2 20100210; KR 101025486 B1 20110404; KR 20050084296 A 20050826; RU 2005122260 A 20060120; RU 2331491 C2 20080820; TW 200500157 A 20050101; TW I296946 B 20080521; US 2006144981 A1 20060706; US 7410117 B2 20080812; ZA 200503265 B 20051122

DOCDB simple family (application)

EP 0313216 W 20031125; AT 03785661 T 20031125; AU 2003294724 A 20031125; BR 0317301 A 20031125; CA 2510060 A 20031125; CN 200380105866 A 20031125; DE 10258499 A 20021214; DE 50308031 T 20031125; EP 03785661 A 20031125; ES 03785661 T 20031125; JP 2004559718 A 20031125; KR 20057010878 A 20031125; RU 2005122260 A 20031125; TW 92132267 A 20031118; US 53896903 A 20031125; ZA 200503265 A 20040422