In line with the Group’s new mission statement, “perfecting your performance,” BST eltromat International will be presenting the latest options for efficient quality assurance in various process steps involved in the web-processing plastics industry in Hall 4 (booth C34) at the K 2019 exhibition (October 16 to 23 in Düsseldorf, Germany).
Considering how pervasive the issue of the waste elimination has become, it is fitting that the company’s primary focus at K 2019 will be on supporting a functioning regenerative economy of this sort. Other key issues include reducing setup time, eliminating sources of error – even before machine startup, where possible – and further optimising the user-friendliness of quality assurance systems.
“When we say that we help our customers achieve the best possible results outcomes," says BST eltromat Head of Marketing Anne-Laureen Lauven, "we mean it. We will be taking the opportunity in Düsseldorf to demonstrate how businesses in the web-processing plastics industry all over the world can align their economic and environmental goals with solutions from BST eltromat.
"By using our web guiding, register control, web monitoring, 100% inspection and color measurement technology to minimise resource consumption and waste, customers improve the environmental life cycle assessment of their businesses and products. At the same time, they ensure a consistently high quality level for production with straightforward setup processes. In addition, we are demonstrating how integrating and automating different process steps can further improve quality assurance outcomes, thereby further increasing production efficiency,” she continues, outlining the topics the company’s booth will address.
BST eltromat will also be participating in the VDMA Circular Economy Forum in the outdoor area in front of Hall 16 at K 2019. The association will be providing information about trends and challenges based on data, facts and practical examples.
BST eltromat’s extensive portfolio of innovative sensors will be a major focus of the company’s exhibition booth, explains Kai Prahl, area sales manager for BST eltromat in Germany explains: “Our ultrasonic, optical, digital and wide array sensors mean we are uniquely capable of covering the wide range of requirements presented by the plastics industry when it comes to quality assurance – all from a single source. Faced with increasingly digitalised production processes, our sensor technology is gaining yet more importance for our customers as a link between machine hardware and digital technology. In the end, it provides the information necessary to optimise production processes."