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Daehyun the SLITTER LINE for Light Gauge is used to produce the coil skelps which the main materials for Pipes and Cases of Home Appliances are. Daehyun the SLITTER LINE minimizes the coil losses by reducing “BURR” of the coils and vents any type of coil exactly. RECOILER is designed and manufactured not to cause Reel Mark inside the coils, and SEPARATOR is installed, reduce skelp TELESCOPE and rewind. Bound by recording with the steel binding machine, hit the rewind skelps of coiler drum. Hydraulic Expansion Shaft type Slitter Stand is a “Digital Scale Type” automatically controls the circular knives’ position and makes the knives adjustment within a short time. This is very effective for mass production. The scraps fall into the pit and be removed by Scrap Baller. The belt in Bridle Slitter Line protects the surface of the demanding coils as Electric galvanized coils, color coated coils, steel coils, etc., from scratches and is the correct voltage to the coil with the belts, rotating at the same speed to produce high-quality skelps. Leveler type Tension Unit eliminates “BURR” and “fall” of the coil and the coil extends to its thickness and the longitudinal mode allows, without making loop. Daehyun developed and provided “TURRET type RECOILER”, the two coiler drums take the fast rewind skelps has.

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    Apex Shears Pvt. Ltd., India, manufacture a wide range of customized Tube & Pipe Manufacturing Tooling including HR / CR / CRS / CRGO Slitting Cutters, Spacers, Separator Discs, fins CTL blades, shear blades, cold saw blades, band saw blades, etc.

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    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 89 of 92 people found the following review helpful:
     3.0 out of 5 stars Power Conditioner for Home Theater , 5 August 2001
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    I did with this power center for over a year and it works well. What I like best is that I do not notice a loss of signal quality when using the coaxial filter. I’ve noticed this with other coaxial filter. The color-coded and labeled outlets are also handy when moving / adding equipment. So you know exactly what you are unplugging. A few things that I may not have the power station, is that it only rated at 15 amps (~ 1800 watts). So if you have a 20Amp circuit for the home theater, you will not be able to use all power, could you drag. This is probably not a big deal if you have a lot of devices, and they all run out of the power station. Another point to see that the coax input / output terminals have a tendency to loosen. Then, when I move the power station my subwoofer knocks loudly. How about shorting inside. This is easily fixed or avoided by tightening the coax fittings. Finally, this unit will not take care of ground loop hums that can occur from improperly grounded cable feeds.

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    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 66 of 74 people found the following review helpful:
     1.0 out of 5 stars Did not protect warranty is ridiculous. , 7th April 2008
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    style=”clear:both;”/> I bought this to protect a lot of my expensive equipment. If from my apartment flash made was, could the power of most of the components to be protected. I lost my computer, Yamaha receiver, Nintendo Wii, wireless routers and HP printers. I thought I could call for the warranty to determine my things, but the monster’s claim process worse than most insurers. Complete 3 pages, draw a diagram, send all your equipment to certified manufacturer workshop, waiting for all the quotes, send them to monsters, and then wait 4 weeks for a response. I’m still waiting . to my stuff fixed I think I deal could so that when I new the chances were very low because of the surge would actually work … I would not recommend this at all

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    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 28 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
     1.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money , 18 November 2009
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    style=”clear:both;”/> I was one of them as a gift a little over a year ago. Today, it is decided to observe die in the same way a few other reviewers, but I’m not convinced it. Due to a surge The device still works for a short time before it gets too hot and turns off the outputs, and you can not really make the thing down, how the rocker is not (no click, no open and no alarm). I also had two Isobar connected devices in this line, and they are fine, the problem with the registration no. Seems that the HT800 is not better than the HT700, was that is to say, the units are garbage. Monster has me once again why their products shown the money.

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