Baumer India to launch pharma cartoning machine at Printpack India 2019

Hall 9, Stand G-14

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Baumer India will exhibit pharma cartoning machine at printpack 2019

Pune based Baumer India is the sales-service subsidiary of Baumer group for the Indian sub-continent namely India, Middle East, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Baumer India is a a leading player in the arena of factory automation and offers innovative products including gluing systems, sensor solutions, motion control, and vision technology products in diverse range industry segments such as print graphics, packaging, and pharmaceutical machinery.

At Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida, Baumer India will be present in Hall 9, Stand G-14. The company is aiming to meet convertors, corrugators, EOL packaging, and newspaper industry at the show.

Baumer India will launch the tamper evident solution for pharma cartoning machine along with its latest launched hotmelt guns at printpack India. Apart from this, cold glue application, hotmelt application and PUR applicator along with quality assurance system will be on display. The latest developed Xtend 3 will be displayed live on folder gluer.

The newly developed guns Tesla and Aerto are equipped with IP 54 and DIN regulations protection class. It is suitable for high temperature and has a cut-off switch to avoid fire. It can work in small dots with machine PLC and without air connection. New glue pumps has real feedback control hence can deliver accurate quantities to the glue heads.

The company is expecting a good footfall at PrintPack India 2019, with visitors form Middle East and South East Asia and hoping to sell around 50 gluing and QA systems in various segments.

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