Automated Trim Handling Systems offer freedom of mobility.
June 14, 2010 -
TrimPAC(TM) series is available with steel platform, which features industrial strength, non-marking casters with brakes, that supports entire self-contained trim system. Mobile package permits installation of flexible, automated trim handling system that may be rolled from one press, slitter, or die cutter to another to accommodate changes in production demands. This frees operators to run materials that generate difficult waste streams on any suitable line.
Precision AirConvey Unveils Mobile Package on TrimPAC(TM) Automated Trim Handling Systems
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Precision Airconvey Corp.
210 Executive Dr., No. 6, Pencader Corporate Ctr.
Newark, DE, 19702
Press release date: May 26, 2010
Savvy Design Accommodates Changes In Production Needs, Converting Lines
Newark, DE: Pneumatic conveying system manufacturer Precision AirConvey, Newark, Del. (www.precisionairconvey.com), has unveiled a mobile package on its TrimPAC(TM) series of automated trim systems.
Setting the entire, self-contained, compact TrimPAC trim system on a rugged, steel platform with industrial-strength, non-marking casters with brakes, the mobile package permits the installation of a flexible, automated trim handling system that may be easily rolled from one press, slitter or die cutter to another to accommodate changes in production demands. Ideal for converters, plastics processors, printers, mail center operators and others, the mobile package frees operators to run materials that generate difficult waste streams on any suitable line, rather than being restricted to using the lines fitted with capable trim systems.
Available as standard on the venturi-based TrimPAC Velocity(TM), the sound attenuated TrimPAC Whisper(TM) and the original, cutter/fan-based TrimPAC the pre-engineered trim removal systems automatically capture edge trim and other paper, film, foil, laminate and nonwovens waste and deposit the material in a bin or directly into a baler or dumpster. Plant safety, hygiene and efficiency are immediately improved.