Kautex Maschinenbau, a global extrusion blow molding leader, will present the KLS 8-100 high performance blow molding machine
including all peripheral equipment at K2010, the world’s No. 1 plastics and rubber trade fair, to be held from October 27 to November 3 in Düsseldorf, Germany. K visitors can witness the high performance of this machine and the fully integrated finishing operations in Hall 14, Stand A 18 & A 16.
High quality standards apply for the production of demanding consumer packaging applications. Therefore, producers of extrusion blow molded packaging products need high-performance equipment that makes the manufacturing process reproducible and transparent for the end user at any time. The KLS 8-100 blow molding machine fulfils these requirements ideally.
Integrated Quality Assurance
The long-stroke machine comes with high production capacity and, at the same time, guarantees top level quality assurance. Out-of-spec parts will be identified via integrated leak detection, automatic article weight checking as well as visual article inspection system and automatically placed in the reject bin. Continuous measuring and display of the overall energy usage and efficiency as well as the Kautex preventive maintenance system allow complete monitoring of the manufacturing process. All process parameters can be uploaded to a super-ordinate system, such as the customer’s production data acquisition system. The KLS 8-100 is extremely versatile because its design offers flexibility for the production of many different articles. The integrated RFID technology stores all article data and thereby assures traceability of all process details.
As the leading supplier of extrusion blow molding machines worldwide, Kautex also invites K show visitors to attend an Open House held coincidentally with the show at its Bonn Headquarters. At the Open House, visitors will be able to see numerous additional machines for packaging and automotive applications in operation at close range. A convenient shuttle service is arranged between show and plant.
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