Hall 2 Stand B14

Hunkeler’s extraction, shredding and compacting process

Hunkeler Systeme will present a complete system solution to rapidly remove all production waste with a proper extraction, shredding and compacting process at drupa 2016

Within the integrated disposal system for security print documents, such as bank notes, a newly designed shredding system is operating. “The operation hours of the shredding knives have a lifetime of more than four times compared to existing models,” says Kurt Käser, CEO of Hunkeler Systeme.
The customers in the security and banking segment are looking for intelligent solutions, for supervision and reporting of the full destroying process. Hunkeler Systems are using finger print log-in identification and can 100% ensure that only authorized operators can run the full system. The workflow management system is comparing the material flow in and out and is reporting all the error and status messages within the software.

Hunkeler Systeme with its compact technology systems is represented on five partner stands at drupa, including Hunkeler, Canon, HP, Gietz, and Leonhard Kurz. A total of eight compact units out of the HKU family and BP bailing presses are on display. Hunkeler Systeme is presenting the new HKU 2000-V on the Leonhard Kurz Stand D60 in Hall 3. This compact disposal system is designed with a special compressing feature that can run in a continuous operating mode without stopping during the entire production process. An endless plastic bag is bound and separated to an economical transport size and guarantees a 100% clean change-over process. Several substrates such as labels, holograms and paper can be evacuated with the new system.

Packaging South Asia is the cooperating media partner for drupa 2016 which is scheduled to be held from 31 May to 10 June at Dusseldorf, Germany.

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