|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 pcs|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100 pcs/month|
|Sector:||Filter Assembly||Models Brand:||Molins Hauni|
|Models:||Max 3 / Max 5||Brand:||Upperbond|
|Application:||Rolling Tipping Paper||Machine Applicable:||Tipping Machine|
cog belt system,
cigarette cutting blade
Magnetite Processed Cigarette Wrapping Paper Connecting Block Of Filter Assembler Machine Molins Max
Blackened Rolling Block is a casting part of filter assembly machine, placed next to the rolling drum, functioning together to roll the tipping paper and connect the filter and the cigarette.
We provide Blackened Rolling Block for basically all types of filter assembly machines including Max3 Max5 MaxS, etc.
The Blackened Rolling Block shown in photos is for MK8D.
Hot blackening involves dipping the part into various tanks. The work piece is usually "dipped" by automated part carriers for transportation between tanks. These tanks contain, in order, alkaline cleaner, water, caustic soda at 140.5 °C (284.9 °F) (the blackening compound), and finally the sealant, which is usually oil. The caustic soda bonds chemically to the surface of the metal, creating a porous base layer on the part. Oil is then applied to the heated part, which seals it by "sinking" into the applied porous layer. It is the oil that prevents the corrosion of the workpiece.
Preferred: EXW, FOB, CIF, CFR
It had always been first priority to provide quotation with EXW terms applied price. Still for final shipment the other 3 sets of shipping terms are most recommended. We would like to have the export clearance process done by ourselves since we know China’s customs more than clients. Also the tax rebate procedure can be simplified if we clear the custom ourselves.
For any other set of shipping terms especially in which export clearance is not our obligation to deal with, please contact with us for further detail negotiation, so as to avoid any discordance.
Contact Person: Tom