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On display at Graham Engineering corporation’s k show booth will be innovative extrusion-based systems for medical tubing, blow moulding, sheet, and other applications, each equipped with a proprietary Navigator control system for live demonstration of its accuracy and ease of use.
Graham Engineering Revolution MVP(R) rotary wheel extrusion blow moulder
Originally developed for Graham Engineering extrusion blow moulding systems and then adapted for Welex sheet extrusion lines, Navigator controls are now available for American Kuhne extrusion systems such as those for medical tubing, profiles, and wire and cable.
There are three levels of functionality: XC100 for stand-alone extruders, XC200 for one or more extruders in simultaneous operation, and XC300 for integrated production lines with the extruder and components such as a puller, water bath, or winder.
Extrusion systems on display at the Graham Engineering booth will include ULTRA MD systems, compact modular extruders, and the tri-layer tubing line, which consists of three compact modular extruders and the XC300 Navigator control with integrated TwinCAT Scope View high speed data- acquisition system.
The Revolution MVP rotary wheel blow moulder system provides high output moulding with the flexibility to produce a range of package sizes and quick mould changes. Water manifolds through the platens facilitate quick mould changes, and individual clamps can be removed for offline maintenance to reduce downtime.
The Welex Evolution sheet extrusion system is a complete production line for use in sheeting, winding, and in-line thermoforming applications, equipped with XSL Navigator control.
While the equipment on display at K 2019 will be for thin-gauge PP, the Evolution system can be customised.