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All-around isolated Baumer hhs guns presented at FACHPACK

Monday, September 20, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Visitors to the Fachpack fair in Nuremberg, Germany (September 28-30, booth 2-324) will be the first to see the next generation isolated hot melt guns of Xmelt series. For their hot melt guns Baumer hhs offer an all-around isolation – also for retrofit. Thanks to reduced surface it cuts on required energy for heating, preserving at the same time adhesive and seals, time and climate. By minimized radiation the guns need less than 50% of energy without influencing gluing results.

The Xmelt series consequently counts on energy efficiency from its start in 2006. The tank, the hose, the melting mode and last but not least the fast intermittent Xmelt guns preserve consequently adhesive, energy and your purse.

Also on-the-job safety is a point. In case you did a hot-melt setup in the past, you may know the warning signs: do not touch here, no hoses there. Here no air draft, to avoid cooling down the gun: After all the adhesive needs to be applied at perfect temperature. With isolated guns this topics are off focus.

Xmelt melter Tank design, isolation and electronics set standards.

Xmelt preserves adhesives and saves The multi-zone tank ensures careful melting of adhesives. At the bottom of the tank the hotmelt is at optimum temperature for processing, while it remains granule at the top. This prevents from coking of adhesive and keeps outer parts of the melter at safe temperature. Moreover it means less energy consumption, less need in electrical power, a cooler machine and up to 50 percent time saving in heating phase.

Brand manufacturers that decide for state of the art machinery, besides from nice packaging, can lower their cost and improve their sustainability. Sustainability compared to non-pollution, means that not the end product is in focus, but the whole life cycle.

 

 

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