Elastomer processing under low-pressure has one distinctive disadvantage: for technical reasons, material and solvent losses occur during the pre-shot and flushing shot stages of the production process. The new ELASTOLINE HP is the result of Hennecke's extensive experience in high-pressure metering. Through advances in high-pressure mixing technology, Hennecke has brought the ELASTOLINE HP to the market, with a selection of mixheads that efficiently convert the delivery pressure in the processing of highly viscous media into mixing energy. Here the high-pressure mixheads consistently supply the exact amount of material that is required for the production run. Material savings from this can add up to a five or six-figure Euro sum per year, depending on the production scenario. As well as saving costs, the high-pressure concept also contributes to sustainability and environmental protection by conserving resources. In addition, using a ELASTOLINE HP means that closed molds can be filled; this is simply not possible with a low-pressure stirrer mixhead due to the dynamic pressure that builds up. Furthermore, the compact design of the ELASTOLINE HP's high-pressure mixhead means that it can be mounted on to a mold at almost any angle or on to a closed mold. Thanks to Hennecke's new ELASTOLINE HP high-pressure elastomer casting machines, this technical disadvantage of low-pressure processing is a thing of the past. Hennecke guarantees homogeneous temperature control in the entire metering system for the ELASTOLINE HP too - and for comparatively very high temperatures.