By Cameron Chai
Jomar, a worldwide manufacturer of injection blow molding machinery for the household products, food, beverage, beauty, personal care, health care and pharmaceutical markets, has introduced a new CR series of machines to process engineering resins.
"CR" Series of Injection Blow Molding Machines
The machines are available in two ranges (Model 65 and Model 40) and two sizes. The company’s clients, who are currently using engineering resins and who have planned to use the materials in the future, can buy the standard Model 40 or Model 65 machines.
The CR series of injection blow molding machines are particularly designed to process conventional resin materials, such as PS, PP, LDPE and HDPE and are suitable for manufacturing healthcare, pharmaceutical, roll-on and dropper bottles. Jomar’s President, William A. Petrino, stated that only less amount of polycarbonates, Barex, PVC, PET and other resins are processed on IBM machinery. Hence, the company is focused more on processing of the conventional resins and made initiatives to meet the market need. The new CR injection blow molding machine offers significant savings of $15,000 to customers working with conventional resin materials. The savings that the company’s new injection blow molding machines provide can change the critical situation, as capital investment is a major factor that impacts the purchase of any kind of machinery, added Petrino.
Jomar also offers engineering services, which supports its customers to design molds, products and turnkey systems. In addition, the company delivers repair services for older machines.