Cidan Rotocoil Decoiler

CIDAN Rotocoil Decoiler

The CIDAN ROTOCOIL Decoiler has been developed for high speed production. The Rotocoil is a unique innovation with an intelligent and clean design, where all the parts are placed inside the machine construction, in order to prevent any damages in heavy industrial environments.
The Rotocoil communicate with the cut to length/slitting line, to ensure a smooth, fast production. The motor is frequently controlled and the decoiler can reach a maximum speed of 45 meters per minute. The hydraulic mandrel has four support plates to maintain a perfect round coil shape during expansion. The mandrel is equipped with hydraulic wedges to keep the coil tight to the mandrel during the whole decoiling process. The optical loop control sensor measures the distance from floor to the loop and makes sure the decoiler will start and stop decoiling smoothly.

CIDAN Rotocoil Decoiler
CIDAN Rotocoil DecoilerCIDAN Rotocoil Decoiler
Pressure ArmPressure Arm
Coil Wagon CW5 & CW10Coil Wagon CW5 & CW10
Wireless Remote ControlWireless Remote Control
Coil Weightkg100005000
Max Coil Widthmm15501550
Capacity Maxmm2.52.5
Coil Diameter Insidemm480-580440-540
Coil Diameter Outsidemm max15001300


  • Optical loop control
  • Wireless remote control
  • Hydraulic expansion of the mandrel
  • Frequency converter to control the speed
  • Pneumatic pressure arm


  • Coil wagon
  • Coil adapter for larger inner diameter
  • Rotocoil as standalone unit – together with CTL-Line without LineLink control
  • CE fencing on customers request

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