At the K 2022 UTH will be presenting innovative technologies which enable cost-effectiveness and sustainability   

FULDA. From 19 – 26 October UTH GmbH, based in Fulda, Germany, will be presenting its extended product range at the world’s leading trade fair for the plastics and rubber industry. The product portfolio, which includes the proven roll-ex® gear pump and fine-meshing solutions, has been expanded by innovations like the resource-saving Two-Roll Plasticizer (TRP) for rework processing, the efficient Dual Drive concept and the continuous Polymer Dosing System.

The economical and sustainable solutions for the fine mesh staining of rubber and silicone compounds which you will find at the UTH booth are highly relevant in these times, as rubber processing presents enormous challenges: the demand is for high level of product quality (which means clean and purest rubber) as well as greater cost-effectiveness. Over the past 35 years these needs have been at the center of UTH’s thinking and during that time the company has become the benchmark in the international market for fine mesh straining solutions. The roll-ex® gear pump technology ensuring the particularly gentle extrusion of the material and fast, easy compound changes.

New technologies, such as UTH’s newly developed Dual Drive concept, help to handle the increasing requirements on the rubber and silicone industry. This system, based on a dual drive of the gear pump, is specially designed to process abrasive compounds. This innovation leads to a reduction in rotor and gear pump wear, an increase in the lifetime of the machines and therefore to a long-term increase in productivity. In addition, maintenance costs are reduced.

The pioneering UTH solutions are covering various fields of application: the modular roll-ex® system combined with the two-roll feeder (TRF), the screw feeder (SF), or the conical twin-screw feeder (DSE) allows the suitable configuration for all applications. The DSE component is, for example, part of the Polymer Dosing System which is also based on roll-ex® gear pump technology, allowing the feeding, plasticizing and exact dosing of polymers of higher viscosity in a continuous mixing process.

More about the different applications and individual solutions which can be implemented using the roll-ex® technology can be learned at the UTH GmbH booth No. 15D41 in hall 15. There the company will be presenting various exhibits to enable the visitors to experience the technology “hands-on”.

 


roll-ex® 120 TRF Dual Drive: Innovative, economical technology which reduces wear, prolongs machine lifetime and cuts maintenance costs

At ITEC 2022 which takes place at the John S. Knight Center in  Akron, Ohio (USA) from September 13 to 15, UTH GmbH from Fulda/Germany will be presenting its extended product range and its innovative solution for reworking material generated in rubber processing: the TRP Reworker System.

UTH’s core competences include roll-ex® gear pump technology and innovative fine mesh straining solutions. These technologies enable rubber and tire manufacturers worldwide to meet the challenges of rubber processing. The demand is for products of the highest quality as well as greater cost-effectiveness.

As an extension of its innovative product range, the company will present its outstanding TRP Reworker System which is based on the UTH Two-Roll-Plasticiser (TRP) with integrated gear pump. This new high-performance system incorporates new technology that combines gentle rubber processing based on an open roll system with proven methods such as cracking, homogenizing and discharging. The innovative new TRP Reworker System is designed to gently process unvulcanized material generated during tire production and return it back to the production process. In just one single step, the TRP Reworker automatically and continuously homogenises and fine mesh strains treads, sidewalls, profiles or sheets at a low temperature. With possible throughputs of up to 2,500 kg/h per system, this technology represents a breakthrough. Energy-efficient and space-saving, the TRP Reworker from UTH provides an economical alternative to existing processes.

For more than 35 years, UTH has been successfully established on the international market, specialising in the development of customer-specific solutions for the rubber and tire industry. These are used in the different areas of tire manufacturing, for example, in the mixing line for the final compound and master batch, complete offline straining cells, in the extrusion line and rework area. The range of intelligent upstream and downstream equipment, which enables seamless integration in mixing lines of all sizes, is just as much a part of the scope of supply as the essential after sales service.

As part of the conference, Manuel Bessler will be giving a presentation about “Fine Mesh Straining Technology for High-Quality Tire Products” on September 13 at 11:00 am in Breakout Room 2.

The UTH team looks forward to meeting you at booth no. 203 where you can discuss possible applications of the roll-ex® technology and the new opportunities arising from the use of the innovative, modular TRP Reworker System.

TRP Reworker System from UTH GmbH: new technology for the economical reworking of material in rubber processing

 

Innovative solutions for the gentle and clean processing rubber- and silicone compounds at Expobor 2022

From 22nd to 24th June 2022 in the Expo Center Norte in São Paulo (Brazil), at Expobor 2022 – one of the most important meeting places in the rubber industry – UTH GmbH from Fulda/Germany will be introducing their latest technological developments and expanded product range – based on UTH’s proven roll-ex® gear pump technology. These include in particular the latest fine mesh straining solutions, which are increasingly being used in the rubber and tire industry due to the growing demand for high quality and sustainability. In addition to the challenge posed by new material requirements, the focus is on consistently reducing scrap rates in order to cut costs and save valuable resources. Accordingly, UTH has focused on optimizing the manufacturing of rubber and silicone products.

With throughputs up to 10000 kg/h, UTH’s roll-ex® gear extruder systems have set the benchmark worldwide for fine mesh straining of rubber compounds. Using either the compact two-roll feeder (TRF) or a conical twin screw feeder (DSE), the modular design of the roll-ex® system enables the integration of the strainer in each specific line design. Because of the flexible and compact design a seamless integration into existing lines is also possible.

At UTH’s booth, visitors will learn all about the outstanding solution for the ecnomical processing of rework material: the TRP Reworker. This modular sys-tem offers various options, especially for tire production, and thus helps to save energy as well as raw material and reduces process-related waste. In addition, the product portfolio of UTH GmbH also includes innovations such as the continuous polymer dosing system and products for silicone compounding.

Over 35 years UTH has been successfully established on the international mar-ket, specializing in the development of customer-specific solutions for the rub-ber and tire industry. These are used in the different areas of tire manufacturing, for example, in the mixing line for the final compound and master batch, com-plete offline straining cells and in the extrusion line. The range of intelligent upstream and downstream equipment, which enables seamless integration in mixing lines of all sizes is just as much a part of the scope of supply as the essential after sales service.

Further information on the particular benefits and possible applications of roll-ex® technology is available at their booth at Expobor (Location: S-T / 2-3 T02) or on the internet: www.uth-gmbh.com.

roll-ex® 220 TRF: Fine mesh straining of rubber compound – throughput up to 2500 kg/h

Fulda. An important step towards a climate-neutral production: UTH GmbH is counting on solar energy for the future and has now invested in a large-scale photovoltaic system at the production site in Fulda/Germany. The system has been in operation since mid-February.

“Sustainability is the main focus of our current thinking and actions. For more than 35 years we have been supplying machines and systems to the global tire, rubber and silicon industry. Our machinery has always been characterized by a high level of energy efficiency, thus making an important contribution to the conservation of natural resources like rubber” says UTH’s Managing Director Peter J. Uth. “As a result, our roll-ex® machines have long helped to enable our customers to produce in an environmentally friendly way by generating energy savings of up to 70 percent.”

This impressive new photovoltaic system, installed on the roof of the modern assembly hall at our production facility in Fulda, marks yet another milestone: 267 modules were installed on area of approximately 550 square meters, providing an output of 100 kilowatt-peak (kWp). Peter Uth explains that “In order to ensure the full potential of the system, the modules have been positioned to capture both the sun from the south and the east-west directions”. The energy created by the photovoltaic system will primarily serve to provide energy for the production plant.

With this system the company is now able to generate around 30 percent of its annual energy consumption itself, saving around 50 tons of CO2 per year. Surplus electricity i.e. generated energy that cannot currently be used by the company itself (for example, on days when operations are running at a lower level such as at weekends) is to be fed into the public power grid,” says Peter J. Uth.

A data logger for system monitoring and an energy meter control the “collected” and consumed energy. In addition to monitoring functions, analyses can also be performed with the aim to guarantee the optimal use of the system. “Of course, this does not mean that the production will only operate when the sun is shining” says Peter J. Uth with a smile.

Not only climate will profit from UTH’s step. With this far-reaching investment, the company is also making a clear commitment to the Fulda location and thus to the region. In 2017, UTH GmbH had already started to lay the tracks for more sustainability during the construction of the new assembly hall. As a result, the building was provided, among other things, with modern LED lighting technology and daylight domes installed by local craftsmen. A heat pump for hot water generation has recently been added to the environmentally and climate-friendly equipment. Local companies were also commissioned for the installation of the photovoltaic system as strengthening the regional craft sector is part of the company’s philosophy.

“As a business owner, you have a special responsibility, especially in today’s world” stresses Peter J. Uth and adds: “Continually improving the ecological footprint, keeping a close eye on possible CO2 reductions…..this is an on-going process that we will continue to actively shape in the future.”

PV-Anlage auf 550 qm
Photovoltaic modules on a total area of 550 square meters provide 100 kilowatt-peak (kWp)

PV-An lage _Co2 Ersparnis
267 PV-modules generate 30 percent of the annual energy consumption – this saves about 50 tons of CO2 per year

PV-Analge
PV-modules in south and east-west orientation guarantee optimal self-consumption use

Fulda, Germany. The international machine manufacturer UTH GmbH from Germany is offering a Web-Seminar on “Rubber Compounds Quality Improvement with Fine Mesh Straining – State-of-the-art Technology and successful Case Studies”. This Webinar will be held December 9 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time – registration is complimentary for all professionals involved with rubber compounding.

Fine mesh straining of rubber compounds has established itself in numerous companies as an instrument for improving quality and saving cost. The implementation of such a system in an existing process is generally a highly sensitive step. This webinar will provide an overview of the latest technologies and explain how to achieve the best results by using the most suitable solution for a specific application. Learn more about those industries which rely on fine mesh straining technology and the factors that need to be considered for success.

Users will share their practical experiences and give useful tips. Jim Nixon, General Manager of LMI Custom Mixing LLC, will discuss the difference of filtered and non-filtered rubber compounds and present technical solutions that support the goal of high quality. As a specialist in rubber compounds, he wil discuss future challenges and trends. In addition, a speaker from Cooper Standard, a leading global supplier of systems and components for the au-tomotive industry, will report on their experience with fine mesh straining technology. Using practical examples, Aurelio Giorgianni, Sr. Manager Global Mixing will discuss the impact fine mesh straining has on the production process and product quality.

Experts from UTH GmbH, who have successfully implemented hundreds of solutions worldwide and in various industries, will be pleased to answer your questions.

Register at: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2268476516507611148

Set of fine mesh screens with breaker plate: Rubber products to meet today’s high demands, require the very best quality.

Fulda/Germany. UTH GmbH will present their latest cost-cutting and resource-saving solutions for the processing of rubber materials at booth #2C577, during RubberTech China 2020 in Shanghai from 16-18 September.

“After challenging times we are eagerly looking forward to this most important meeting place for the rubber industry in China and especially the personal contact with our customers”, says Paul Tan, General Manager of UTH Extrusion Technology & Service Shanghai. At the New International Expo Centre the company will be presenting its latest range of products. This will include their further developed roll-ex® fine mesh straining system, the brand-new Dual Drive concept as well as the TRP Reworker, an innovative technology for the economical reworking of material in rubber processing.

Cost-cutting innovation and digital services

The company’s driving force has always been the demand for products of the highest quality as well as for greater cost-effectiveness. The innovation  of this new Dual Drive development is the significantly reduced wear and tear of the rotors of the gear pump when handling abrasive compounds. This increases the long-term productivity of the machines by prolonging lifetime and also cuts  maintenance and servicing costs.

Another important focus of UTHs presentation is their extended digital services. In an ongoing effort to optimize their  worldwide customer support, the UTH team will demonstrate the impact of their proven remote service which provides the customers with fast and individual technical support – for a high degree of production reliability.

Customer-focused solutions

For more than 35 years UTH has sucessfully established itself on the international market specializing in the development of customer-specific solutions for the rubber and tire industry. These are used in the different areas of manufacturing, for example, in the mixing line, complete offline straining cells, in the extrusion line and rework area. The range of intelligent upstream and downstream equipment, which enables seamless integration in mixing lines of all sizes, is just as much a part of the scope of supply as the essential after sales service.

Further information on the advantages of the modular roll-ex® gear pump technology as well as the extended customer-focused after-sales services, interested parties can find out at booth #2C577 or on the Internet at uth-gmbh.com.

roll-ex® 120 TRF Dual Drive: Cut maintenance and service costs due to reduced wear by particularly abrasive compounds

Innovative solutions for the gentle and clean processing of rubber- and silicone compounds at the Expo K 2019, from 16. – 23. October 2019, in Dusseldorf.

At stand no. D41, Hall 15, UTH GmbH from Fulda/Germany will be presenting its extended product range. In addition to the proven roll-ex® gear pump technology and innovative roll-ex® fine mesh straining solutions, this includes current developments such as the TRP (Two-roll Plasticiser) for rework processing, polymer dosing system and roll-ex® MDSE technology for silicone compounding.

Our main focus is the presentation of a highly cost-effective and innovative solution for the fine mesh straining of final rubber- and silicone compounds. This subject is highly topical in view of the fact that rubber processing presents enormous challenges to rubber manufacturers. The demand is for products of the highest quality as well as greater cost-effectiveness.

The roll-ex® extrusion system developed by UTH has become a benchmark for fine mesh straining of rubber compounds worldwide: the proven roll-ex® gear pump technology permits the particularly gentle extrusion of rubber and silicone and an easy, quick compound change. UTH’s innovative solutions are used in different areas of the rubber manufacturing, for example in complete offline straining cells (consisting of strainer, strip cooler and stacking and packing device) or in the mixing line for final compounds. In the process, the modular roll-ex® system can be combined with a two-roll feeder (TRF), a screw feeder (SF) or a conical twin screw feeder (DSE).

Apart from fine mesh straining, precise extrusion is another primary application of roll-ex® gear extruders and gear pumps for which high working pressures of up to 800 bar can be applied. UTH can offer, among other things, system solutions (including the supply of complete lines) for the manufacture of rubber-coated wire, yarn or fibre components. Depending on the particular application and requirements UTH can provide these machines in different customer-specific designs. The range of intelligent upstream and downstream equipment, which enables seamless integration in mixing lines of all sizes, is just as much a part of the scope of supply as the comprehensive after sales service.

Using an exhibit to explain the process, UTH will be providing further information about the particular benefits and possible applications of roll-ex® gear pump technology and innovative fine mesh straining solutions.

roll-ex® 1000 TRF: Fine Mesh Straining in a new dimension with throughput rates of up to 10000 kg/h


UTH Siebpakete Feinstrainer Technonologie

Ensures quality improvement, lower costs and sustainability

At RubberTech China 2019, from 18 -20September in Shanghai, UTH GmbH from Fulda/Germany will be presenting its latest range of products. This includes the continuous further developed roll-ex® fine mesh straining systems, the proven roll-ex® gear pump technology and their new innovation:  The TRP Reworker. This system is based on the UTH Two-Roll-Plasticiser (TRP) with integrated gear pump.

With a focus on its unique gear pump technology for rubber extrusion and fine mesh straining technology, UTH will introduce its solutions for applications requiring a high level of availability, cost-efficiency and material-saving. The processing of rubber compounds continuously presents the rubber industry with new challenges and tasks. The market demands highly cost-effective products of the highest quality. Accordingly, UTH has focussed on perfecting the manufacturing of rubber and silicone products.

With throughputs up to 10000 kg/h UTH’s roll-ex® gear extruder systems have set the benchmark worldwide for fine mesh straining of rubber compounds. Using either the compact two-roll feeder (TRF) or a conical twin screw feeder (DSE), the modular design of the roll-ex® system enables the integration of the strainer in each specific line design. Because of the flexible and compact design a seemless integration into existing lines is also possible.

For more than 30 years UTH has been successfully established on the international market specializing in the development of customer-specific solutions for the rubber and tire industry. These are used in the different areas of tire manufacturing, for example in the mixing line, complete offline straining cells, in the extrusion line and rework area. The range of intelligent upstream and downstream equipment, which enables seamless integration in mixing lines of all sizes, is just as much a part of the scope of supply as the essential after sales service.

Further information on the particular benefits and possible applications of roll-ex® technology and the new opportunities arising from the use of the innovative, modular TRP Reworker System is available at booth no. 2C577 or on the internet: uth-gmbh.com.

UTH Siebpakete Feinstrainern
Set of fine mesh screens with breaker plate: The UTH gear pump system ensures gentle cleaning of rubber compound with low temperature increase

At the international specialized Exhibition for Tires and Rubber, from 23 to 26 April 219, at Expocentre Fairgrounds/Moskow, UTH GmbH from Fulda/Germany will be presenting its latest range of products. This includes the roll-ex® fine mesh straining systems, roll-ex® gear pump technology and the it’s new innovation: The TRP Reworker System which is based on the UTH Two-Roll-Plasticiser (TRP).

With a focus on its unique gear pump technology for rubber extrusion and fine mesh straining technology, UTH will present its solutions for applications requiring a high level of availability, cost-efficiency and material-saving. The processing of rubber compounds continously presents the rubber industry with new challenges and tasks. The market demands highly cost-effective products of the highest quality. Accordingly, UTH has focussed on perfecting the manufacturing of rubber and siliconeproducts.

With throughputs up to 10000 kg/h UTH’s roll-ex® gear extruder systems have set the benchmark worldwide for fine mesh straining of rubber compounds. Using either the compact two-roll feeder (TRF) or a conical twin screw feeder (DSE), the modular design of the roll-ex® system enables the integration of the strainer in each specific line design. Because of the flexible and compact design a seemless integration into existing lines is also possible.

For more than 30 years UTH has been successfully established on the international market specializing in the development of customer-specific solutions for the rubber and tire industry. These are used in the different areas of tire manufacturing, for example, in the mixing line for the final compound and master batch, complete offline straining cells and in the extrusion line. The range of intelligent upstream and downstream equipment, which enables seamless integration in mixing lines of all sizes is just as much a part of the scope of supply as the essential after sales service.

Further information on the particular benefits and possible applications of roll-ex® technology is available at stand no. 3D52 in Hall 3.

Innovative technologies for processing of rubber compound at the INDIA RUBBER EXPO 2019, from 17. – 19.  January in Mumbai, Bombay Exhibition Centre.  At Asia’s largest Rubber Exhibition UTH GmbH from Fulda, Germany will be presenting its latest range of products. This includes both roll-ex®  fine mesh straining systems and roll-ex® gear pump technology.

 With a focus on its unique gear pump technology for rubber extrusion and fine mesh straining technology, UTH GmbH will present its solutions for applications requiring a high level of product quality, cost-efficiency and material-saving. The processing of rubber compounds continously presents the rubber industry with new challenges and tasks. The market demands highly cost-effective products of the highest quality. Accordingly, UTH has focussed on perfecting the manufacturing of rubber and silicone products.

With throughputs up to 10000 kg/h UTH’s roll-ex® gear extruder systems have set the benchmark worldwide for fine mesh straining of rubber compounds. Using either the compact two-roll feeder (TRF) or a conical twin screw feeder (DSE), the modular design of the roll-ex® system enables the integration of the strainer in each specific line design. Because of the flexible and compact design a seemless integration into existing lines is also possible.

Precise and gentle extrusion is another main feature of roll-ex® gear extruders and gear pumps which have high working pressures of up to 800 bar. UTH can supply complete lines as a system solution for the manufacture of rubber-coated wire, yarn or fibre components. Further information on the particular benefits and possible applications of roll-ex® technology is available at Stand No. I-009 in Hall No. II – a common booth with its partner Indus UTH HF Mixing Systems Pvt Ltd. or on the internet: uth-gmbh.com.