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More precision, more efficiency, more productivity and less energy consumption—those were the goals Brazil’s Indústrias Romi SA put in place for its newest injection molding machines, which will be highlighted at K. Romi’s 400-sq-m booth (Hall 15 / Booth D40) will showcase the all-new Romi EN 450 and the Romi EL 75 presses, as well as the recently launched Romi EL 300.

October 7, 2013

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Romi showcases new all-electric, hybrid and general-purpose machines at K 2013

More precision, more efficiency, more productivity and less energy consumption—those were the goals Brazil’s Indústrias Romi SA put in place for its newest injection molding machines, which will be highlighted at K. Romi’s 400-sq-m booth (Hall 15 / Booth D40) will showcase the all-new Romi EN 450 and the Romi EL 75 presses, as well as the recently launched Romi EL 300.
Romi said the EN Series is a dedicated general-purpose press, equipped with pumps driven by an inverter-controlled motor. Tonnage ranges from 70 to 450 tonnes.
The EL fully-electric series of machine ranges from 75 to 300 tonnes of clamp force, and is intended for technical and engineering applications.
The Primax series of hydraulic and hybrid machines ranges from 220 to 1500 tonnes of clamp force.
The all-electric EL Series has two new additions, with 75 and 300 tonnes of clamping force. Romi applied machine design technology from its CNC machinery, equipping the whole series with ball-screw and servodriven movements. Romi said the result is a quiet, fast machine that’s also “frugal and precise.” Operating noise levels are less than 60 dB, and the company says, average energy savings are up to 60% compared to current hydraulic machines and up to 80% when compared to older technology. In addition, movement accuracy is reportedly within hundredths of a millimeter.
These machines are the first two models to use the new control, CM15, which features a 15-inch touch-screen control with full connectivity via Internet, VNC Server, FTP server and PVI server.
The EN Series is the most recent range of machines released by Romi and is equipped with pumps driven by an inverter-controlled motor that provides energy savings. Energy savings of 40% are possible for like comparison, while compared to to a fixed-displacement pump machine of similar size, the reductions come in at 66%. Romi is expanding the EN Series at K to include 380- and 450-tonne models. At K 2013, Romi will display the EN 450.

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