Large Tonnage Maxima 2500 T Injection Moulding Machine
November 30, 2011
Indian Plastic Injection Molding fraternity by providing Large Tonnage Injection Moulding Machines.
Maxima 2500 is shipped to a Reputed & International Automotive Tier 1 Manufacturer based in Pune serving the Indian & International customers viz. Volkswagen, Ford, GM, Hyundai, TATA, M&M etc.
Maxima Range of High Performance Injection Moulding Machines are offered from 500 T to 2500 T. Maxima is a Global Product out of the Milacron Product portfolio developed by the Global Engineering Team comprising of Engineers from US, Germany & India. Maxima is a 2 Platen Robust & Compact Design Machine manufactured to serve various End Application Segment viz. Automotive, Consumable Durables, Large House ware Products, Pallets, Furniture, Industrial Products, Trash Bins, to name a few……..
The salient features of Maxima are –
- Energy Efficient
- Compact Foot Print
- Reduced Platen Deflection
- Large Mold Carrying Capacity
- High Speed, Precision and Reliability
- Reduced Mold Wear & Enhance Mold Life
- Central Uniform Locking over the Mold Area
- Modular Injection Unit – Shot Wt. 1300 Gms. to 21,757 Gms.
- Generous Specification - Tie bar Spacing, Clamp Stroke & Daylight
“Ferromatik Milacron India has been a key player in our worldwide growth plan. I am extremely proud and delighted with this achievement of Maxima 2500 which expands our footprint to serve the customers in India, Middle East and Africa. This expanded product portfolio shall further provide impetus to our India Operations Growth in the years ahead…...” says Dave Lawrence, President - Global Injection, Extrusion Machinery & Mold Technologies, Milacron LLC, USA.
“We are very enthralled to ship the largest Injection Molding Machine Maxima 2500 to our customer, which helps us to serve on a larger base to the Indian Injection Molding Industry. It gives us a sense of fulfillment and opportunity to grow along with the Indian Plastic Industry. The Indian Molders now do not have to look at overseas manufacturers for these machines any more......” says Mahendra Patel, Director - FMI.
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