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Jomar to launch new model at Chinaplas 2018

Jomar to launch new model at Chinaplas 2018

News 27.03.2018

Jomar Corp., a leading global manufacturer of injection blow molding (IBM) machinery for the pharmaceutical, healthcare, personal care, beauty, food and beverage, and household products industries, has announced the launch of the TechnoDrive 65 injection blow molding (IBM) machine, a high-speed, high-production version of Jomar’s Model 65, which is the company’s most popular machine size in India and other Asian markets. The company will introduce the machine at Chinaplas 2018 April 24-27 in Shanghai, PR China.

Jomar TechnoDrive65

The TechnoDrive 65 has a dry cycle time of only 1.8 sec, a full second faster than the standard hydraulic Jomar Model 65, which is already among the fastest IBM machines in comparable sizes. This high-yield machine further widens the gap and increases Jomar’s lead for delivering the highest output per square foot among injection blow molding machines, the company said.

“The TechnoDrive 65 is built on Jomar’s reputation as a leading supplier of IBM technology to Asia for over 30 years,” said Ron Gabriele, Sales Manager for Jomar. “This next-generation machine captures the efficiency of lightning-fast cylinder movement and other improvements to boost speed by 35% compared to the standard Jomar Model 65.”

The TechnoDrive 65 uses a closed-loop cylinder system that allows the clamps to move with vastly improved speed and accuracy. The cylinders no longer hammer at the top or bottom of the stroke, which prolongs the lifespan of both the molds and cylinder seals. The closed-loop system works in conjunction with proportional valves to create a smooth, fast stroke that can stop at mold touch and then complete the clamping force required to make bottles.

“The advent of the TechnoDrive 65 is a direct result of the success of our IntelliDrive series, which debuted in 2016,” said Carlos Castro, Jomar President. “They’re both using technologies that reduce the overall cycle time as well as improve the duration of tooling and machine parts. It’s a significant leap forward for the injection blow molding industry.”

All TechnoDrive machines come with remote access capabilities, which allow Jomar’s service department to connect to the machine via the Internet. They also have a radial piston motor to drive the plastifier. This type of motor is 11% more efficient than a standard machine and has extremely efficient volumetric displacement. It can withstand the rigors of numerous starts, stops, and reversals that are a part of the IBM process.

The main motor of the TechnoDrive 65 has also been replaced with a motor that can generate true 50-horsepower output at 50 Hz, which is ideal for the Asian and Indian markets.

The TechnoDrive 65 can deliver 41 grams per sec of HDPE or similar resin. With a fill time of 5 sec, the machine can accommodate molds that require a total shot size of up to 205 grams. Between the large shot size and lightning-fast cycle time, the TechnoDrive delivers high production at a cost comparable to the standard Jomar Model 65.

About Jomar Corp.
Jomar Corp. is a leading global manufacturer of injection blow molding (IBM) machinery for the pharmaceutical, health care, personal care, beauty, food, beverage, and household products industries. The company was incorporated in 1968 by Joseph Johnson and his wife Mary, thus the name Jomar. Joe was a design engineer for Wheaton Industries and was responsible for their injection blow molding department. Joe eventually left Wheaton, improved the machine and started Jomar. The company he founded built the first commercially-viable, completely integrated injection blow molding machines available to the plastic industry.

In 1978, Jomar was purchased by Inductotherm Industries of Rancocas, N.J., a privately-held company now known as Indel Inc. which has built more than half of the induction furnaces in the world. Today, Jomar is headquartered in a 42,000-sq-ft facility in southern New Jersey and has sold over 2000 machines worldwide, more than half of the IBM machines in use throughout the world. Some of the world’s most recognized brands such as Gerber’s, Crayola, Merck, P&G, Unilever, Avon, and Goya have chosen Jomar for their packaging needs.

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