PLEASANTVILLE, NJ--(Marketwire - Apr 19, 2012) - Jomar Corporation has developed the Model 20, a new injection blow molding machine especially for developing markets because it does not require a big capital expense for machines and molds. Although the Model 20 is the smallest machine in the Jomar line, it can deliver high quality bottles in high quantities.
"We have built a lot of versatility into the new 20," notes William A. Petrino, President of Jomar. "For instance, it can produce 15 million annually of a typical 30 ml eye dropper bottle if the factory operates at 6,000 hours per year. Conversely, during that same period or less, the machine could be used instead for short runs, with a single mold generating just 2 million of the same bottle."
The Model 20 is ideal for companies exploring entry into the injection blow molding market with small bottles, because it runs economically and does not require a big capital expense for machinery and molds.
Here are some typical production rates for the new 20:
||2,400 per hour
||800 per hour
|100 ml round
||930 per hour
|30 ml pill bottle
||1,240 per hour
Jomar is a global manufacturer of injection blow molding machinery for the pharmaceutical, health care, personal care, beauty, food, beverage and household products markets. The company manufactures injection blow molding machinery in capacities from 20 tons up to 175 tons. Jomar engineering services help customers design both products and molds, including turnkey systems. The company also offers refurbishment of older Jomar machines.
To request project analysis, or for more information, contact: Jomar Corporation, 115 East Parkway Drive, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234, Tel 609-646-8000, Fax 609-645-9166, email: email@example.com, www.jomarcorp.com.