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Electrical slip rings for packaging

Join this webinar to learn about Deublin’s SRC and SRD slip rings. The new slip rings are designed to minimize brush debris, are critical for data transmission integrity and protect against the increased amount of electromagnetic interference (EMI) present in many manufacturing environments.

Date: May 7, 2019
Time: 11 AM EDT (8 AM PDT / 5:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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An electrical slip ring transmits electrical signal and power for a variety of applications such as semiconductors, wind turbines, industrial automation and more. Deublin slip rings use the latest technology to attain uninterrupted signals and power with a longer service life.

Join this webinar to learn about Deublin's new SRC and SRD model slip rings. They offer a broad range of options to meet the needs of today's packaging machine builders and operators. These new products are based on a modular, configurable design with up to 40 electrical channels that can operate at speeds up to 250 rpm, allowing for rapid product selection and shorter overall lead times. Modern packaging processes demand more from the machines in terms of capability and productivity. These increased demands require more data and for that data to be transmitted, reliably, to and from the machines at faster and faster speeds (up to 100 Mbps).

Key Takeaways

  • Understand how Deublin's SRD and SRC families have a broad range of capabilities to find the best solution for your application
  • Learn about monofilament, polyfilament, and composite graphite brush technology.
  • Understand the main components and design fundamentals of an electrical slip ring.
  • Discover the many applications of slip rings and the variety of services Deublin provides.


David Burrus, Director of Business Development, Deublin Company

David has been with the Deublin Company for 15 years, working with customers throughout North America, Europe and Asia to convert their needs into reliable product solutions. Deublin, in business since 1945, is a family-owned manufacturer of rotating unions and electrical slip rings. With offices throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific, Deublin supports OEMs and end users in the automotive, machine tool, paper, printing, plastics, steel-making and other industries. David has led the development of new products and product line extensions, resulting in multiple international patents for Deublin.