GERMANY • Meech International will use the ICE Europe, taking place from 21-23 March in Munich’s trade fair as a platform for demonstrating the fundamental role that web cleaning and static control systems play in the converting industry. The stand will feature Meech’s popular range of Hyperion ionising bars as well as its comprehensive array of web cleaning technologies (Hall A6 Stand 233) .
“Meech International routinely incorporates customer feedback when designing systems for static control and web cleaning applications,” explains area manager, Ralph Simon. “One of the areas we’re looking into is Industry 4.0–more specifically interoperability. The ability to have machines, devices and operators that connect and communicate with one another via the web is extremely valuable. We recognise the opportunities this brings and we are currently exploring the ways this technology can be harnessed for static control systems,” Simon said.
Visitors to the stand will be invited to view first-hand the complete range of Hyperion static control systems, comprising the popular 971IPS, 924IPS and 929IPS pulsed DC ionising bars. The Hyperion range provides industry leading static elimination, with the bars’ default settings allowing quick and easy installation for use on converting lines.
Also on display at the show will be Meech’s complete range of web cleaning systems, including TakClean and CyClean. The TakClean system is a contact web cleaner featuring specifically formulated TransTak elastomer contact cleaning rollers and perforated adhesive rolls. The CyClean is a compact non-contact system with a cleaning efficiency that, according to Meech, allows the removal of contamination to below 1 micron.
Headquarered in Oxfordshire, UK, Meech International was founded in 1907 . A developer and manufacturer of electrostatic controls and related solutions, the Meech product range is organised into three key groupings: static control, air technology plus contact and non-contact web cleaning systems.