Pneumofore In Asia Cantech 2009

Date: 27 November 2009
Source: Pneumofore
The technical conference for suppliers, can makers and fillers in the Asia Pacific region took place from 15 to 17 November in Bangkok.

An interesting programme over 3 days with several keynote speakers from major manufacturers of the area such as Tata Tinplate, Rexam Beverage Can, Ball Asia Pacific and Saket Bhatia Hindustan Tin Works. In addition, 52 exhibitors and 22 technical presentations from suppliers and consultants.
Pneumofore, in the person of the CEO, presented the "Centralized Vacuum Systems" for can production, with focus on the low Life Cycle Cost of proven UV vacuum pump systems, successfully operating in Asia with air cooling. Although vacuum pumps are auxiliary equipment, not machines directly installed in the production line, vacuum is understood as mandatory in every can manufacturing process. The use of inappropriate pumps based on liquid ring or screw technology is causing high operating and/or repair costs, which emerge only after few years of operation and motivate Production Managers to seek for simple, reliable and durable solutions for vacuum in their plants. With numerous references, Pneumofore has a consolidated and privileged technology and replies to the market demand with tailored solutions for trouble free vacuum over decades.

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