Arburg will present the Allrounder 720 S with its large, energy-saving servo-hydraulic drive design at the Interplas.
Arburg has returned to Interplas 2014 with a stand filled with moulding solutions for optimum energy efficiency.
The focal point of its stand is a hydraulic Allrounder 720 S with a clamping force of 3,200 kN tonne injection moulding machine that will be manufacturing a grip for a shower handset.
“I am delighted that ARBURG has returned to the Interplas show after some years,” explained Colin Tirel, Managing Director of Arburg Ltd. “As a leading supplier of moulding technology it is important for us to demonstrate innovative and relevant technology to our market, and the UK and Irish markets have been key for us for many years.
“At Interplas, we are presenting the Allrounder 720 S as a representative of our comprehensive large Allrounder machine range. These machines cover a clamping force range from 2,500 to 5,000 kN and are all available as a hydraulic, hybrid or electric option.”
The 2100 injection unit is equipped with a 70mm high wear resistant plasticising unit. The show machine is from 'S' range of hydraulic machines, which span the complete Arburg range from 12.5 to 500 tonne clamp forces.
The machine features a 720 mm distance between tie bars and is equipped with the latest Selogica Direct software, and also features an Arburg Servo Hydraulics (A.S.H.) system. The A.S.H system regulates the speed of the motor driving the machine's hydraulic pump.
Removal and set-down of the moulded parts is being performed by a Multilift Select robotic system that is fully integrated into the Selogica machine control system.
“The key advantage of this system is that the servo motor adapts quickly and precisely to pressure and flow requirements in the hydraulic system during the machine's cycle. This ensures that the machine optimises energy usage and is as energy efficient as possible throughout the cycle,” Tirel concluded.
ARBURG – Stand H4