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.