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Rubber Injection Moulding
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Rep’s cost-effective solutions
French company Rep says it has been producing
two-component injection moulding machines for
the rubber industry for a decade now. “These
presses were Rep’s response to the needs of the
automotive and electrical first rank suppliers for
efficient, cost-effective, compact and reliable
solutions,” said Pascal Consolaro, International
Area Sales.
Its product range includes presses from 100 to
800 tonnes that come with two injection units.
“These units have been sold worldwide to customers producing bimaterial hoses in FPM/NBR, gaskets, anti-vibration supports in EPDM or
NR with different hardnesses and electrical connectors
(conductive/insulated silicones or EPDM),” explains Pascal.
The company has also tied up with Taiwanese Tung Yu and produced what
it says is a “low-cost machine catering to certain markets”. The Rep Tung
Yu model was showcased early this year at a rubber show. Available with
clamping forces of 15-400 tonnes and FIFO injection units from 1,0005,000 cc, the made-in-Taiwan machine is described as a “simple technical
solution”.
“The Rep injection tech-nology has been adopted in Tung Yu press
frames. These machines will cater to tra-ditional custom-ers (European
and North American) who, having relocat-ed certain produc-tion lines to
Asia, are seeking high-quality machines at lower costs as well as
manufacturers in the “low-cost” countries who are looking to obtain more
effective technical solutions for certain applications and at an affordable
cost,” says the company.
Maplan’s new machine drives
Since in the production of rubber
products, 30% of the energy is
applied in the drives, these have
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