Process efficiency

  • 30-Jun-2008 07:52 EDT
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Graco’s Therm-O-Flow 20 and 200 bulk melt systems include new technology that provides quieter operation, better performance, longer service life, and improved process efficiency. They feature the NXT Air Motor as well as the Mega-Flo platen, which offers favorable melt rates, even with high-viscosity materials. The system also contains EasyKey, an intuitive control that displays actual and set point temperatures, a material totalizer that can be reset to track material usage, and a seven-day automatic startup timer. It supports self-diagnostics that allow for predictive and preventative maintenance strategies and includes sensors that signal when drum changes are needed.

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