Höcker Polytechnik at the DRUPA 2016
Process waste is always generated at the point where production takes place. This is where specially and individually coordinated disposal solutions help in an automated and reliable manner with the collection, conveying and recycling of cardboard and paper waste. The combination of the correct processing machines with clever disposal concepts not only safeguards production – it can also pay for itself based on energy and labour savings combined with increased profitability from the paper in the short term.
Höcker Polytechnik will be showing at the DRUPA in Hall 16/D57 what perfect management of paper waste looks like. Höcker’s technology is installed by numerous printers, book binders, folding carton manufacturers and paper processing companies throughout the world. The exhibition in Düsseldorf will give visitors the opportunity to experience at first hand all of the technical innovations, which otherwise come into operation and do their job in places where they can't normally be seen.
The central theme on Höcker Polytechnik's stand will focus on the re-organisation of process waste disposal involving the replacing of old transport fans and overpressure filtration units. Up to 50% of the energy costs of the old systems can now be saved with the latest Höcker energy-saving technology. An amortisation period of less than three years is no longer a pipe-dream but established practice in various projects installed by Höcker Polytechnik for its customers.
The centrepiece of this concept is the highly efficient MultiStar filtration system with integrated frequency-controlled fans designed as per the latest state--of-the-art (Efficiency class IE 3).
A carefully selected combination of different energy-saving components enables potential new levels of energy-savings to be achieved for the customer. Come and discuss this in more detail with our experienced project managers on the Höcker show stand.
Further main components are the Type PMA material separator with a press container feeding device and a PHSS-series shredder for cutting gripper margins from printing and flatbed punches. Using the 2016 version of the PH SS shredder, waste is cut into smaller pieces in the punching area.
The use of this enables user organisations to concentrate on their core responsibilities of innovative printing and new methods of further processing. Serious engagement with the subject of energy-saving production waste disposal is an important matter to be addressed by responsible persons in the printing industry as it creates new freedoms in production-related areas. This makes a visit to the Höcker stand at this year’s DRUPA (31st May - 10th June) an absolute “must-do” for your diary.