Maximum Filtering Effect, Minimum Melt Loss
Efficient production of large moldings requires both melt filters for efficiently removing contaminants and energy-optimized injection molding machines. Ettlinger Kunststoffmaschinen GmbH, Königsbrunn, Germany, supplies its srm two-platen injection molding machines (Fig. 4) in a clamping force range of 2000 to 30,000 kN and shot volumes of 5000 to 160,000 cm³. The structural separation of melt compounding and injection unit is more conducive to energy-efficient operation than is possible with machines of conventional design.
Designed for parts weighing upwards of 1000 g and wall thicknesses of 2 mm and more, typical applications include the production of pallets, fittings and manhole and sewage systems made from new, regenerated or regrind materials. Thanks to a combination of compact plasticizing unit and short clamping unit, the machines take up relatively little production space. Increased productivity and significant cost savings can be achieved when processing highly contaminated melt into large, heavy yet high-quality moldings by installing an ERF melt filter (also from Ettlinger) after the plasticizing unit and before the injection unit of an srm-molding machine.
Hall 9, booth E24
Ettlinger Kunststoffmaschinen GmbH
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