Anar Rubtech showcases a range of customized rubber rolls

Will participate at PackPlus South

L And R: Rinku Patel, director and Lalit Kumar, marketing manager at Plastivision 2017

Gujarat-based Anar Rubtech, established in 1978, deals in customized rubber rolls and is a major supplier to various OEMs in the solvent and solventless lamination, blow film extrusion and printing press segments. The company has a
monthly production of around 1,500 rolls.

During the recently concluded Plastvision India trade show, Anar Rubtech demonstrated specially developed rolls as well as jointless rubber rolls, their most recent development of the product, that are designed to avoid the split of rubber at joints while working under extreme pressure. Speaking to Packaging South Asia, Rinku Patel, director of Anar Rubtech, discussed various kinds of rolls developed at their end, including banana rolls to remove the wrinkles of non-woven fabric as well teflon rolls to work under extreme heat and pressure for the print and plastic processing machinery.

Plastvision logo new 1Patel observed, “Rollers are a key and primary accessory for web process control; even surface, the use of appropriate material for coating and uniform hardness over the surface play a vital role in achieving the desired results. We participate in many events to understand the various applications and accordingly develop cost-effective solutions for our clients. With the new technology coming up, there is a rising demand for extended shelf life in rolls and so far, our efforts are appreciated. Most of our products are exported.” For more information on custom rubber parts manufacturing, visit the site.

The company also showcased an ink circulation pump developed for flexo print application at Plastivision India 2017 and has plans to participate at the upcoming PackPlus South 2017 event.

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