Two Husky IND125 ISB RS65/65 one 2007 and the other 2001 both low hours.
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New options for PET
Husky Injection Molding Systems, Bolton, Ont., has entered the one-stage (integrated) PET blow molding market with the Index SB, a fresh design based on its Index rotary-platen preform injection press. The SB uses a 125-ton Index preform system with two platen positions instead of four. After molding a set of preforms in two to 24 cavities, the moving platen rotates 180°, and a small "flipper" robot extracts the preforms and places them on a six-station rotary table. The table carries the preforms through two infrared conditioning stations to the servo-driven, 55-ton stretch-blowing station and then to an air-cooling station ejection station, where bottles are unloaded in an upright, oriented position. The injection to blowing cavitation ratio is 2:1 to optimize tool investment. The SB is suited to bottles of 25 cc to 5L in production volumes under 50 million parts/yr. It is aimed at producers who make many different bottles and need rapid (under 2-hr) tool changes.
Index SB: a unique approach to bottle production
Husky’s new IndexSB (Stretch Blow) combines our Index 125 preform molding system with a servo-driven blow molding machine for greater productivity and versatility.
Bolton, Ontario, Canada — Using Husky Injection Molding Systems’ patented Index technology, the new IndexSB delivers faster preform cycle times than competitive one-step machines. The result is higher output for the same number of cavities. The system’s versatility allows molders to produce a broad range of container shapes and sizes ranging from 25 ml to 5 litres on a single machine.
“In developing the IndexSB, our market research underscored a real demand for a versatile system that allows customers to use it for a wide range of different applications,” says Dave Whiffen, Husky’s Sales Manager for the IndexSB. “The IndexSB gives molders this kind of flexibility in one system without having to operate and maintain several different machine models.”
Husky is targeting lower volume applications with the IndexSB—primarily those under 50 million parts per year. “This is part of our aggressive strategy to strengthen our leadership position in PET while opening up new areas of this market where we haven’t been before,” says Husky’s Vice President of Index Systems, Jeff MacDonald.
Customers want productivity, flexibility, and bottle quality. The IndexSB was designed with these criteria in mind. The IndexSB can adapt quickly and cost effectively to changing production demands. The system supports a wide variety of applications including household cleaning products, cosmetic, health and personal care, and food and beverage containers.
Other key features include:
Easy-to-access molds and quick change hardware speed up tooling changeovers—it takes two technicians less than 2 hours for a complete changeover. Changing only the blow molds takes 15 minutes
Standard IndexSB systems have a 2:1 ratio of injection to blow cavities for optimum tooling utilization. Systems with higher ratios of 3:1 and 4:1 are also being developed for special applications
An electric screw drive, variable displacement pumps and accumulator-based injection improve efficiency
Our proven Index platform allows flexibility in multiple cavitation configurations through simple tooling alternatives
Polaris Control increases speed and repeatability
Husky offers complete factory planning and bottle development services for additional customer support.
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