Stäubli’s new connectors will be launched at Interplas
Stäubli Connectors Division is presenting its full range of products for the plastics sector at Interplas, and has revealed it will launch its latest connector series (HTI and HTM) for the safe control of temperature circuits up to 300°C.
In addition, the company will show a complete range of mould loading, clamping, connecting and transfer solutions designed for the plastics moulder to maximise efficiency and productivity.
“High utilisation and efficient operation of moulding machines is essential in today’s competitive environment; a good opportunity to improve performance and productivity is by selecting ancillary equipment that minimises downtime on mould changeover, loading, clamping and connection as well as automating parts handling and processing,” explained Spencer Wills, Plastic Industry Manager at Stäubli UK.
The products being launched at the show are two new connector ranges, HTI mono connectors and HTM multi couplings, both specifically designed for the control of high temperature circuits. Both of these new products will be demonstrated on the stand.
For moulders looking to speed up mould changes, Stäubli will have on display products ranging from full flow quick release couplings to spill-free, flat-face, clean-break solutions for applications such as temperature control, core pulling and valve gate control.
Staubli will also feature examples of their range of multi-coupling systems ranging from modular off the shelf solutions for water or hydraulic connections to bespoke products where all connections to the mould can be achieved in a single action.
In addition to the new connectors and couplings, Stäubli will demonstrate its systems and technologies for mould clamping, including manual, hydraulic and magnetic solutions, as well as mould load and unload solutions for faster, more efficient operation.
Finally, for efficient parts handling and processing Stäubli will demonstrate its automatic gripper changer for robot arms using a Stäubli TX40 multi-axis robot.
Staubli Connectors Division - Hall 4 Stand E12