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Smart Innovation in Blow Moulding Technology

11 December 2012

Smart Machinery & Moulds (Smart) has launched its smallest extrusion blow moulding machine.

According to Smart, maximum utilisation of floor space was the key force driving the need to develop compact extrusion blow moulding machines. Customers can gain higher productivity from the same floor space available. It says its Extrusion Blow Moulding Machines have the smallest floor space used in the industry and are custom built to be suitable for various applications.Products covered are used for the Packaging of Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Medicals, Pesticides, Lubricants, Automotive and much more.

The moulding machine has a capacity from 5ml to 2 litres which can be operated from a small space. Smart explains that the fully automatic machine also helps to reduce manpower. Smart machines are compact, fast and energy efficient as compared to the complex large size machines.

The main features of Smart blow moulding machines are:

  • Single or Double Station,
  • Microprocessor Controls,
  • Helical Gear Box,
  • Larger Mould Area,
  • Superior Mixing Screws,
  • A.C. Drive,
  • Fast Dry Cycle,
  • Energy Efficient,
  • User Friendly.





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