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Boston Matthews’ new compact Universal Jockey Extruder has been designed to give the user complete operational flexibility and is capable of operating as a Jockey Extruder in horizontal, vertical or user-defined set position such as 45° angle.
A lightweight, compact but robust construction reportedly allows for easy and effortless positioning even within the most demanding production space deprived conditions. The ease of positioning allows the operator/setter to precisely align with the current tooling and existing extruders and other equipment minimizing the risk of damage. Footprint has been kept to a minimum in order to save as much valuable production space as possible. The operator controls are also cantilevered for easy positioning to match the exact operating / production conditions.
AC, direct-drive technology provides precision screw speed holding for the highest quality melt and output performance whilst at the same time ensuring maximum energy efficiency is obtained. Direct drive is also said to greatly reduce operational noise, dust and routine maintenance.
Any routine maintenance has been designed so that the operator can carry it out without the need for calling on specialized maintenance personnel.
PLASTICS TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE - MARCH 2021
Less than nine months after delivering 12 extruders to a global manufacturer of medical devices, Boston Matthews is delighted to announce a further 8 machines have been delivered to the same company and an additional 4 more scheduled for despatch next week. The company is a global manufacturer of medical devices and these specific machines are used to manufacture devices that are used in the treatment of Covid-19 patients in over 120 countries around the World.
Once again due to the sensitive nature of the machinery the timetable for completion was paramount and we are very pleased to once again to have fulfilled the objective fully and ahead of schedule.
Boston Matthews Managing Director Simon Brookes stated "Once again to complete an order for multiple machines during these strange times, ahead of schedule and without disrupting our commitments to all of our customers is a credit to our dedicated team and their hard work. Well done everyone.”
Footprint has been kept to a minimum in order to save as much valuable production space as possible.
British Plastics & Rubber Magazine, February 2021
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