The New Year sees three brand new models of the Seiki valve gate hot runner system, all incorporating Seiki’s independent gate heater technology. Previously only available on larger hot runner systems; this change has been led by customer demand for these compact valve gates designed specifically for small multi-cavity tools.
This advancement gives these hot runners an edge helping businesses become more efficient and cost effective. With a more uniform temperature profile through the melt channel helps eliminate hot spots and the associated material degradation. These hot runner systems will allow users to achieve the highest possible results, particularly when moulding difficult engineering plastics.
The new systems not only improve product quality and productivity, but compared to single valve gate hot runners are simply unparalleled in terms of R.O.I performance. – Christopher Siddall M.D, Eastern Plastics Machinery Ltd.
If you are interested in learning more about these hot runner systems, please contact us at: email@example.com
We are pleased to inform that we have another article in the September edition of British Plastics and Rubber. This time it details our launch of the latest JSW “JADS” range, a first for the European market.
If you have not signed up for a physical edition of the magazine, you can read the article here.
We are very proud to inform you that inside the April and May copy of British Plastics and Rubber magazine, we have an article announcing the European launch of the Seiki SMV valve gate system.
If you have not signed up for a physical edition of the magazine, you can read our article online here.
At the 2014 International Plastics Fair, Seiki demonstrated their Hot Runner controller for their spear system with its new I-Pad™ connectivity feature.
Utilising a Bluetooth connection, this feature allows easy control and allows the adjustment of your machines settings via your well known tablet device. This innovation is expected to reach the United Kingdom by Summer 2015
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This week our managing director, Chris Siddall, wrote a feature for British Plastics and Rubber – the monthly magazine for Britain’s polymer processors.
In the article Chris talks about heat sensitive material and the journey it makes as it travels through the heated runner channel in a hot runner system. He elaborates on how our research improved our hot runner design reducing material degradation issues, helping to optimise production quality and increase output.
If you have any questions about the article, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01376 562 288 or email me at email@example.com.