Romi, the company behind Sandretto, will be presenting its new line of plastic injection moulding machines at K.
Installed over an area of 400m², Romi will show the Romi Sandretto EL 75, Romi Sandretto EL 300 and the new Romi Sandretto EN 450.
“Romi has decided to consolidate its position in the international market of injection moulding machines and stamping Romi brand in the machines was a decision that confirms the intentions of the company, as well as gives confidence and strength to Sandretto brand” said International Sales Manager, Monica Romi Zanatta. She added that “Romi has over 80 years of history and more than 150.000 installed machines worldwide, a milestone conquered with quality and technology that only a selected few can claim”.
For technical and engineering applications the company is showing the two new additions to the all-electric Romi Sandretto EL Series, with 75 and a 300 tonne of clamping force.
Using the technology and experience on the CNC machinery, the whole series relies on ball-screw and servo-driven movements. The result is a quiet machine which is fast, frugal and precise, states the group.
Operating noise levels are less than 60 dB, average energy savings up to 60% compared to current hydraulic machines and up to 80% when compared to older technology and movement accuracy is on the hundredths of a millimetre.
These are the first two models to use the new control CM15, an user friendly 15” touch-screen control with full connectivity via Internet, VNC Server, FTP server and PVI server.
The Romi Sandretto EN Series is the most recent range of machines released by Romi. It is compact, has a low noise level, and is easy to operate and maintain, claims the group.
Additionally Romi is expanding the Romi Sandretto EN Series to include a 380 and a 450 tonne. At K 2013 the company will be exhibiting the Romi Sandretto 450.