BOY 35 E with EconPlast unit, Alpha 2 control and energy-efficient servo-drive
Northants-based BOY Limited will be showing four BOY injection moulding machines in full operation at Interplas 2014.
A Boy 35E will be “centre stage” at the show, thanks to its compact design as well as having one of the smallest footprint to clamp force ratio in this size range. The machine will be complimented by the latest BOY60E running a hot runner tool and automation.
The smallest machine on show will be the BOY XS, demonstrating miniature moulding capabilities. A special edition BOY22A will be shown detailing its added new features, which are said to allow complete integration with other main suppliers machines of similar size.
BOY Limited has revealed an “unbelievable show price” for these machines will be revealed at the start of Interplas.
Both the BOY 35E and BOY 60E machines that will be on show are fitted with the company’s energy saving servo control system coupled to the hydraulic pump. Using the latest Alpha 2 control system, BOY says it can demonstrate both the 50 percent energy savings of this system and the increased optimisation control that the new energy parameter pages allow.
BOY will also demonstrate the energy savings it says can be achieved by the introduction of the “revolutionary” plasticising concept of the ‘ECONPLAST’ unit, which can reduce heating energy consumption and energy losses during dosing by a reported 50 percent.
BOY Limited – Stand B30