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Jomar Unveils New Series of Injection Blow Moulding Machines

Jomar has introduced a new series of injection blow moulding (IBM) machines designed to reduce operating costs and increase production for customers.

Jomar Unveils New Series of Injection Blow Moulding Machines

Powered by custom-designed servo-driven hydraulic technology, the new Jomar IntelliDrive Series improves output and performance.

The new series features servo-driven hydraulics, which was developed by Jomar in partnership with Bosch Rexroth to power the plastifier.

The servo-driven hydraulic technology is designed to reduce energy consumption by 40%-50% and boasts a dry cycle time of 1.8 sec.

Jomar president Carlos Castro said: “The IntelliDrive Series is a preferable alternative for Jomar because we’ve achieved energy savings comparable to all-electric machines while also maintaining our robust and versatile hydraulic system.”

In addition to featuring a reinforced main platen to reduce deflection possibility, the machine comprises a closed-loop clamping system which offers improved control over the clamp’s speed and position, as well as faster opening and closing speeds.

Castro added: “Not only are we lowering our customers’ per-part cost with utility savings, but we’re providing a solution that has a very low cost of ownership.

“This is consistent with our overall effort of delivering short- and long-term value to our customers.”

Additional features of the IntelliDriveM series include a quick-change mounting system for its preform cylinder, a digital displacement transducer, and a variable-frequency drive for a secondary motor.

The company plans to display the new IBM technology at the K 2016 exhibition which is scheduled to be held from 19-26 October in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Image: Jomar’s new injection blow moulding machine. Photo: courtesy of Jomar.

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