Goldcoin Angel invests in Vetaphone corona treater

Weldon Celloplast handles the installation of Vetaphone corona treater

Vetaphone corona treater
Vetaphone corona treater

Gujarat-based Goldcoin Angel CPP Film is a part of the Goldcoin group founded by Ashvin Pansuria and Ramesh Tilara in 2005. The group manufactures a wide range of products mainly in protective packaging and insulation and is ISO 9001:2000 Certified & HVAC certified. With a workforce of over 1000, 5 manufacturing facilities, three fabrication units, two trading houses, and one marketing office, the group is marching ahead rapidly; growth is inevitable. 

Goldcoin Angel is a joint venture with Angel Products Company -Thailand to produce 10,000 MT per annum of flexible films for food packaging in their state-of-the-art plant. In a recent quality enhancement move, they have installed a high-end Vetaphone corona treater on their production line in Rajkot. The installed system working width is 2200mm and is designed to run at 300 meters per minute.

Vetaphone corona treater ensures long-lasting quality print

Vetaphone, Denmark, was founded by Verner Easby, who invented Corona treatment and established the company in 1951. Corona treatment increases the surface energy of plastic films, foils, and paper to improve the wettability and adhesion of inks, coatings, and adhesives. Polymer films have chemically inert and non-porous surfaces with low surface tensions making them non-receptive to bonding with substrates, printing inks, coatings, and adhesives. A quality corona treatment is necessary to ensure perfect print quality and obtain a flawless and long-lasting print. 

Commenting on the Vetaphone installation, Bhavesh Tilara, Director of Goldcoin Angel CPP films, said, “At Goldcoin, to deliver the ultimate quality, we invest in the best available equipment globally. Vetaphone being the inventors of corona treatment, has been delivering quality treaters to renowned OEMs around the world; it was natural to prefer this state of art treater that would enhance the quality of our films and an advantage for our customers”.

The sale and installation of this Vetaphone corona treater have been handled by Vetaphone’s exclusive Indian agents Weldon Celloplast, New Delhi. Weldon is a solutions supplier to the label and packaging industry. They represent leading internationally renowned suppliers of equipment, tooling, and consumables

Kanwardeep Sahni, managing director of Weldon, says, “Gold coin is a fast-growing group and for them to opt for Vetaphone was a natural exercise opting for the universally acclaimed product that would enhance the print quality of their films delivering additional value to their customers.”


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