Sistem Teknik designs and produces both unidirectional and bidirectional charging cars for the coil/foil annealing centres. According to the application, the car can have single or multi-shuttle systems to charge furnaces across each other at the layout to save space.
Sistem Teknik supplies charging cars semi-automatic or fully automatic with the loading capacities from 10 to 120 tons with a very robust steel construction. The speed of the car and the shuttle is controlled with a frequency controller for operational safety.
Charging cars consist of two main parts: the transfer car and the shuttle car.
The shuttle car is made up of steel profiles to enhance structural rigidity and is equipped with a hydraulic system for vertical motion. The position of the shuttle car is controlled by an encoder and limit switches.
The transfer car operates in line with programme receipts in manual, semi-automatic, or automatic mode according to customer requirements. The electrical motor drive system allows for the horizontal motion of the transfer car while a laser encoder and limit switches control the side positioning.
Communication between furnaces and charging car is mainly wireless. The power is transferred through cable reel and power cable laying down in the ground guide channel or with wireless power transfer.