Kody Equipment displays Nuzen S737

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L – R: Jashvant Panchal and Lavkush Shukla of Kody Equipment at PackPlus 2016 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Photo PSA

At PackPlus 2016, Kody Equipment displayed its servo-driven slitter-rewinder Nuzen S737. This model was launched at K 2013 in Germany. According to Jashvant Panchal of Kody Equipment, the S737 received a good response at the K show back then. Panchal says, “We have installed more than fifty Nuzen S737 slitter-rewinders across India since its launch in 2013. The USP of the machine is the Lay on Roller with linear motion movement.” The Lay on Roller is a part of an assembly which comprises rubber roller, cork roller and arms. The assembly can be easily moved on a linear motion guide and the widths of the rollers can be changed easily during the working.

According to Panchal, “The S737 is designed to slit and wind at a speed up to 450 m a minute.” The model has a working width of 1,300 mm, unwind diameter of 1,100 mm to 1,300 mm and a rewind diameter of 600 mm. “The slitter-rewinder is getting a good response at PackPlus and we have met some serious customers at our stand who are interested in the machine,” says Panchal. Kody is a regular exhibitor at PackPlus. “PackPlus has always been a good platform for us to participate in,” he says.

According to him, Kody recorded a growth of 25 to 30% in the last financial year. “The market is getting back into shape unlike 2013 and we are quite optimistic about closing this financial year with more excitement and business deals.”

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