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The third generation KCC series was exhibited at Chinaplas in Shanghai
Germany-based blow moulding machinery maker Kautex Maschinenbau exhibited the third generation of its KCC series of extrusion blow moulding machines at the Chinaplas trade fair in Shanghai, China in April.
The KCC series has been produced in Shunde, China since 1997. The third generation model has a number of new and revised technical features and has also been completely redesigned to reflect the company’s new visual identity.
The new series is more compact, taking up less floor space and, according to the company, has better accessibility, making it easier to service and shortening change-over times. Moulds can now be changed from the side and products are discharged from the rear of the machine.
The company plans a gradual introduction of the new machine until the switch-over of the entire KCC range has been completed.
Mark Lueddecke, vice president of Kautex in Shunde, said: “We offer KCC machines for all kinds of consumer and industrial packaging applications as well as for the automotive sector. This high degree of flexibility is precisely why this machine series has continued its success for almost twenty years.”
The company also demonstrated its KSB suction blow moulding machine at the fair. This new machine type was specifically designed for low-flash production of 3D-moulded parts such as plastic exhaust ducts for the automotive sector. Controlled using Kautex’s BC5 controller, the KSB machines are claimed to take up almost 50% less space than previous comparable equipment.