Global supplies to Bobst Group

It is years since Pneumofore delivered the first multi-stage, high pressure compressor to Rotomec, who is now member company of the world active Bobst Group.

The successful use of 20 bar, mobile, alternative compressors on a receiver of 20 lt. resulted in the sale of more than 200 units mod. PH B. The packaging industry works round-the-clock, the switch from one product to another or the replacement of consumable components in the production line, require the fast and trouble-free intervention, in order to keep production down-time minimal. The specific need of high pressure compressed air is to speed-up the replacement of the rubber on the large, cylindrical, dragger drums. This success of 20 bar machines is special, since Pneumofore is better known, in the global packaging market, as vacuum system supplier.

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