“GlueChek camera inspection system got good enquiries”

Offerings for corrugation and carton segments

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Valco Melton stand at IndiaCorr Expo. Photo PSA

Valco Melton, a leading supplier of adhesive dispensing equipment and quality assurance systems to the converting industries, showcased a wide range of its products at IndiaCorr Expo. The highlight at the company stall was GlueChek camera inspection system, which was launched last year. The system is useful for both carton as well as corrugation segments. The system analyzes the glue pattern to ensure that no gluing problems exist. When a gluing problem is found, the system notifies operators by alarm, then marks the defective box and saves an image of the gluing problem. By identifying and removing all defects before shipment, box makers can now provide perfectly glued boxes to their customers. In addition to GlueChek, the company promoted other solutions for the corrugated and folding carton segments as well.

Also being promoted at the event was gluing solutions from ERO Gluing Systems, which was acquired by Valco Melton earlier this year. ERO has been offering solutions to the converting industries since 1994. Located in Brescia, Italy, the company specializes in the production of electronic gluer systems for compact and corrugated cardboard boxes, paper bags, wood, sacks and other special gluing applications, as well as glue detection systems for folder-gluers and case makers.

Talking about the response received at IndiaCorr Expo, Rajesh Mishra, sales manager (India), Valco Melton said that there were quality visitors during all the three days. “Visitors showed great interest in the GlueChek system,” he stated.

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