Oblique Type Single Face Corrugating Machine

Oblique Type Single Face Corrugating Machine

An Oblique Type Single Face Corrugating Machine is a piece of industrial equipment used in the process of corrugated cardboard production. It plays a crucial role in creating the fluted or corrugated medium, which is sandwiched between two liner sheets to make corrugated board or cardboard. Here’s an overview of its design and features:


  1. Oblique Type: The “Oblique Type” corrugating machine is so named because it employs an oblique flute design. In this design, the corrugating rolls have an inclination or tilt, which helps in producing stronger and more flexible corrugated board.

  2. Single Face: This type of machine creates single-face corrugated material, which is essentially a single layer of corrugated medium bonded to one liner sheet. Single-face corrugated material can be used for a variety of applications, such as cushioning and protective packaging.

Key Features:

  1. Corrugating Rolls: The heart of the machine consists of two corrugating rolls. One roll has flutes or corrugations, and the other is a pressure roll. These rolls work together to create the wavy or fluted pattern on the corrugated medium. The oblique angle of the corrugating rolls contributes to the strength and flexibility of the corrugated material produced.

  2. Glue Unit: An adhesive application system is used to apply glue to the corrugated medium. This ensures that the corrugated medium adheres securely to the liner sheet.

  3. Heating System: To dry and set the glue, the machine typically includes a heating system. This is essential for the proper bonding of the corrugated medium to the liner sheet.

  4. Speed Control: These machines often come with adjustable speed controls to regulate the production speed according to the desired quality and output.

  5. Sheet Cutter: Some models may have an integrated sheet cutting unit to cut the corrugated material into specific lengths as it’s being produced.

  6. Durability: These machines are typically built to be durable and robust, as they are used in industrial settings where continuous and heavy production is common.

  7. Safety Features: Safety mechanisms and guards are usually incorporated to protect operators and prevent accidents during operation.

  8. Ease of Maintenance: Manufacturers often design these machines with ease of maintenance in mind to minimize downtime and ensure smooth operations.

  9. Customization: Many machines allow for adjustments and customization, such as changing the flute profile or producing various flute sizes and spacings to meet specific product requirements.

  10. Quality Control: Some machines may include systems to monitor and control the quality of the corrugated material produced, ensuring consistent results.

  • 32″
  • 36″
  • 42″
  • 46″
  • 52″
  • 56″
  • 62″
  • 72″
  • 100ft.
  • 100ft.
  • 100ft.
  • 15 kw.
  • 15 kw.
  • 18 kw.
  • 21 kw.
  • 24 kw.
  • 27 kw.
  • 30 kw.
  • 36 kw.
  • 7.5 H.P.
  • 7.5 H.P.
  • 10.0 H.P.