Indiaplast 2019: IEEC introduces Industry 4.0 ready corona treatment systems for converting

Hall 9, Stand B-70

IEEC stand at India Expo Centre during Indiaplast 2019 show.

Mumbai-based IEEC – a leading supplier of electronic process control equipment, and developer of quality corona and plasma treatment systems, automation solutions and moving band pinning systems for BoPET films has participated in Indiaplast 2019 show. The company is showcasing its innovative products in Hall 9, Stand B-70.

At Indiaplast 2019 in Greater Noida, IEEC has introduced the latest Industry 4.0 based corona treatment system for converting applications. This 16KW system is typically useful when there is a need to treat difficult substrates with high power at higher line speeds. It is based on Industry 4.0 concept that enables real-time monitoring of system performance, remote system control as well as over the air troubleshooting and system updates.

Registered in 1969 in Mumbai, India as PBJ – Industrial Electronics Pvt Ltd, IEEC is a fully-indigenous organization that caters to Indian and international clients seeking specialized equipment in extrusion, converting and surface pre-treatment applications. Backed by intensive research and development and excellent after-sales service, the company aims to achieve total customer satisfaction by continually improving its products and services.

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