• For high or low-pressure processing of casting systems or highly viscous components

Elastomer casting machines

For high or low-pressure processing of casting systems or highly viscous components

When it comes to processing casting systems or highly viscous components, Hennecke provides state-of-the-art systems technology as a basis for flawless, high-quality end products. The parts produced with these systems can be divided into solid and cellular elastomer products. Compact polyurethane elastomers are suitable for a variety of moulded parts, high-quality wheels and rollers and also semi-finished products for mechanical processing. These parts are used when maximum abrasion resistance as well as mechanical and physical strength are important. In contrast, due to their excellent material properties, polyurethane elastomers with a micro-cellular structure are used when considerably greater deformation and lower compression hardness are required compared to the solid elastomers. Users also benefit here of course from the advantages offered by modular configurable systems which are flexible and can be adapted to any application.

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Low-pressure metering machines for processing cast elastomers

When it comes to processing polyurethane-based casting systems and raw materials, the name ELASTOLINE has for decades been synonymous with high-quality end products. Low-pressure ELASTOLINE machines reduce the amount of manual work involved, improve industrial hygiene and streamline...

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The next evolutionary stage in elastomer processing: no material and solvent losses in production with high-pressure technology

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...

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