Safety from the outset of production
KOCH innovates: Automatic pull-in dog for large-diameter wires makes things easier for operatives and protects the surface of wire.
Ernst Koch GmbH + Co. KG has developed a new kind of automatic pull-in dog especially for large-diameter wires. It makes it much easier to draw in wire of around 10–20 mm in diameter.
The soap box belonging to the pull-in dog pivots flexibly through two axes. This makes it much easier for machine operators to clamp the start of the wire. The pull-in dog is hydraulically driven, guaranteeing a secure grip and stable production. This new Koch feature benefits material quality, since the surface of the wire is protected by being automatically fed in.
The new pull-in dog is ergonomic to operate, risk-free and requires no exertion. It makes things easier for operatives and ensures the best start to the wire drawing process. Koch, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of wire drawing machines, has once again proven its ability to innovate.
Making things easier for personnel, protecting the wire’s surface: Koch’s new automatic pull-in dog.
The soap box belonging to the pull-in dog pivots flexibly through two axes and makes it much easier for machine operators to clamp the start of the wire.