After a difficult year for the international trade fair world, Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG at booth 10D03 is especially pleased to meet experts of the plastics industry in person at the Chinaplas trade fair that takes place from April 13 to 16 in Shenzen. Even though a lot has changed in recent months - what remains the same is that Mahlo systems help to make plastics production even more effective and of higher quality.
Mahlo at Chinaplas
Garant for quality in plastic production
At Chinaplas, the focus at the Mahlo booth 10D03 will be on the traversing quality measuring system Qualiscan QMS. The modularly designed system, which consists of sensors and measuring frames, measures, logs and controls critical parameters such as basis weight, moisture or layer thickness across the entire fabric width. This makes it possible to drastically increase the energy efficiency of production facilities, optimize the use of raw materials and produce more sustainably.
"Manufacturers are faced with the challenge that the demand for plastic fabric products is constantly increasing," explains Frank Fei, Mahlo's China representative. However, the products should not only be manufactured quickly and in large quantities, but also in a way that conserves resources. "And of course, manufacturing still has to be profitable." If important parameters such as layer thickness are automatically controlled and regulated, this results in consistently high quality on the one hand. There is no risk of having to destroy entire batches because the specified target values are not correct. On the other hand, no unnecessary material is wasted if only the amount of raw material that is really needed is used.
At the Mahlo booth, visitors can get to know the latest developments "made in Germany" from the comprehensive sensor portfolio. The right measurement for every application, from beta to X-ray to infrared and white light interference. "With our systems, which we are happy to explain in more detail to the Chinaplas audience, we want to provide answers to pressing questions and challenges for the world of plastics processing."