Strainer with STC strip cooler and stacking and packing device
UTH will present its product range in both the areas of fine mesh straining and roll pump technology at IRC 2015, as well as introducing its new offline solution for the straining of rubber compounds, the roll-ex straining cell.
The straining cell developed by UTH is a fully automated solution for the fine mesh straining of rubber compounds (offline), consisting of strainer, strip cooler and stacking and packing device. In the process, the modular roll-ex gear extruder can be combined with both a two-roll feeder (TRF) and a screw feeder (SF).
After the straining process, the material is intensively and uniformly cooled in a high-performance drum cooler. The cooling technology, which is particularly gentle on the material, prevents deformation and anti-adhesive concentrations on the strips. The clean material is then packed in an extremely space-saving manner by means of an ingenious packing and stacking device. The individual units of the straining cell can be arranged in a way that is flexible and very compact, which also allows the production of customised solutions.
The company says the development of the new offline solution has been formulated as a result of the challenges facing rubber processors to achieve high levels of product quality along with operating efficiency.
Hall 12 / Stand 129