Rajoo to give live demonstrations at K 2019

K 2019, 16-23 October 2019 Messe Dusseldorf, Germany

Heptafoil by Rajoo
Heptafoil by Rajoo

At K 2019, Rajoo will, for the first time, offer live demonstrations of two machines ‒ a 7-layer blown film line and a twin screw sheet extrusion line for PET, a unique exposition of both vertical and horizontal extrusion. With this demonstation, Rajoo reportedly would become the first company in Asia to showcase a 7-layer blown film line at K.

Heptafoil ‒ 7-layer co-extruded barrier and POD blown film line

The 7-layer machine from Rajoo can produce barrier films and also works as a POD line; for both symmetrical and asymmetrical structures, with a capacity of 450 kilogram an hour of film. The line is automated and is equipped with multi- component batch blending, gsm control, non-contact capacitive sensor for barrier and POD films, automatic profile control and integrated touch screen based supervisory control.

Applications of the machine include packaging (UHT milk, meat, edible oil), barrier films (vacuum bag, thermoformable, lidding,), non-barrier films (lamination grade, milk and water packaging, shrink), and more.

Lamina rPET ‒ A-B-A 3-layer twin screw sheet line

Lamina rPE efficiently converts bottle flakes into transparent sheets. The live demonstration of Lamina at K is reported touch the 450 kilogram per hour mark, and at an energy consumption of 0.25 unit per kilogram. The machine is already in use for myriad applications such as beverage containers, garment boxes, blister packaging, biscuit and egg trays, fruits and vegetable containers, punnets and more.

Khushboo Chandrakant Doshi, executive director, Rajoo Engineers Limited said, “I can proudly say that our products are best-in-class and meet customer requirements globally. I can confidently reaffirm that we offer the best ROI. Power consumption, another big concern, is well optimized; the TUV certification is one step towards this end.”

Rajoo will also unveil a number of software utilities that would enhance operator performance in Hall 16 at K 2019.

Packaging South Asia’s editor, Naresh Khanna will be covering K 2019 and can be reached through the TeamIndia@K WhatsApp group. Interested persons can join the WhatsApp group by sending their name, phone number, and company name to edit10@ippgroup.in.

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