The Infinity Coiler

Delivering comfort through design

Mattress Spring Unit, Mattress Spring Unit Machine, Continuous Wire Spring Unit

The Infinity Coilers are a revelation in spring unit manufacturing. State-of-the-art processes utilise servo control coil formation. Thanks to the coilers’ innovative design, maintenance of the system and costly parts usage is reduced to an absolute minimum. No specialist operators are required – previously a major issue with spring unit manufacturing.

The Touch Screen Interface allows for simple adjustments to virtually every part of the spring. This means that mechanical adjustments to the system are virtually eliminated. It’s also possible to store multiple spring configurations within the system memory. These can then be easily accessed at the touch of a button when required.

Technical Specification 6″

Infinity Coiler Machine FeaturesCoiler Technical Data (Standard Machine)Machine Voltages
Variable Speed Servo Controlled Coil ProductionWire Diameter: 1.40mm to 1.80 mm220v- 480 volts 3 phases + neutral
Maximum Speed 65 Coils Per MinuteSpring Height: 150mm to 160mm50-60 Hertz
Uses Micro Gauge WireCoiling speed: 60 – 65 coils per minute
Full Servo ControlAir Requirements
De-skilled OperationSwift Cage:Single Feed Per Coiler 100 psi
Minimal Maintenance CostsDesigned For Swifts Weights Up To 1200kgsMachine Dimensions (See Gallery)
Fitted With Over-Feed Sensors

Technical Specification 7″

Infinity Coiler Machine FeaturesCoiler Technical Data (Standard Machine)Machine Voltages
Variable Speed Servo Controlled Coil ProductionWire Diameter: 1.90mm to 2.00 mm220v- 480 volts 3 phases + neutral
Maximum Speed 65 Coils Per MinuteSpring Height: 190mm to 203mm50-60 Hertz
Uses Micro Gauge WireCoiling speed: 60 – 65 coils per minute
Full Servo ControlAir Requirements
De-skilled OperationSwift Cage:Single Feed Per Coiler 100 psi
Minimal Maintenance CostsDesigned For Swifts Weights Up To 1200kgsMachine Dimensions (See Gallery)
Completes 1 roll in 45 minutes each roll containing 1900 springsFitted With Over-Feed Sensors