Windsor displays 7-layer blown film line at Indiaplast 2019

Four injection molding machines also displayed

The 7-layer blown film line displayed by Windsor at Indiaplast 2019.

Windsor Machines participated at Indiaplast 2019 where it displayed various machines for the plastic packaging industry. The company has been leading the plastics processing industry with innovative, state-of-the-art technologies in partnered ecosystems. The company displayed its 7-layer blown film line – Magnate – 1900 Infinity – at Indiaplast. It also displayed four injection molding machines at the show. Apart from the machine displayed at the show stand, Windsor also makes 3-layer and 5-layer blown film lines.

On among the four injection molding machines displayed at the show is an all electric machine while the remaining three are hydro-mechanical machines. The top-of-the-line KL 650 VDP is a 4th generation 2 platen machine. Among the two, one is a fixed platen while the second is moving. The second machine – KL 350 – which is built on a more or less the same concept as the 650 VDP. The third machine is a 280 ton machine and the fourth is a 170 ton all electric machine.

At the show, Windsor is making dustbins on the 650 machine while the 350 machine makes doors that are fitted on to cars. The 280 ton machine makes buckets while the 170 ton machine is used for manufacturing pressure monitoring devices used in pharmaceutical industry.

The show has been extremely successful for us. We’re getting more than anticipated crowd at our stand right from the inaugural day of the show. We’ve managed to generate quite a few leads at the show and expect to close them in a very short period of time. All in all, I’d say that each one of us at the Windsor stand have been very busy right from the first day of the show,” says Sandeep Kumar, a servicing executive of Windsor at Indiaplast 2019.

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