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New trade fair concept: novelties presented scenographically

Oelde, (PresseBox) - The Haver Group is presenting itself in a modern and open way from May 12-18, 2011 at INTERPACK in Düsseldorf. Using 3D staging new innovations from HAVER & BOECKER and its subsidiary companies BEHN + BATES and Feige will be introduced at a 500 sq. m. stand in Hall 12.

New developments in already-proven systems will be at the centre of focus. Higher performance, more product protection, less maintenance costs, reduced material consumption, lower costs, and even more comprehensive service are the primary concerns of this globally active machine building company headquartered in Oelde, Germany.

One highlight at the trade fair will be the ADAMS 2000. Since the introduction of the HAP-Technology for the environmentally friendly filling of powder-type products in watertight PE bags, the advantages of optimum product protection, extended storage times, cleanliness throughout the entire supply route, and a rugged packaging that markets now enjoy have been clearly demonstrated. Now customers can benefit from the ADAMS 2000 thanks to its continuous rotating system and improved product compaction, gross weight system and bag-check system, which contribute to a significant increase in performance.

With the FFS Delta NT and as a partner of the chemical industry, HAVER & BOECKER presents a cost-saving packing system for filling free-flowing, loose products at a speed of up to 2400 bags per hour. The FFS WT (Woven Technology) packing concept is now being introduced. Bags made of a very lightweight yet strong woven banding can be used on FFS machines for the first time, thus providing new opportunities for filling companies in the chemical, building materials and foodstuffs industries.

With the INTEGRA FD - a machine that works using the Plug'n Pack concept for filling valve-bags with fine powder-type and granular products such as cocoa, wheat flour or corn starch - BEHN + BATES is building new machines using proven technology, and thus demonstrates once again how this HAVER subsidiary based in Münster meets and even exceeds the high expectations of the foodstuffs industry. Improvements in product path accessibility, cleanliness in the filling area (integrated empty bag magazine), simple cleaning, low-dust filling and metal detectors mounted directly in the filling machine provide customers with clear advantages.

Customised solutions - from idea through design, delivery and service, these are the core competences of the globally active machinery builder. Also complete, ready-to-operate turnkey plants for storing, mixing and filing liquid and pasty products belong to the expanded product spectrum of HAVER subsidiary Feige in Bad Oldesloe, Germany. Together with subsidiary company HAVER Sommer GmbH & Co. KG, which also belongs to the HAVER Group, customers from various industrial sectors can now receive complete seamless process technology from a single source. In addition to turnkey projects, Feige also offers the new Model 410 high-performance, automatic bucket filling machine with robotic lid mounting for use in many industrial and consumer sectors.

Refined innovative machine technology is the prerequisite for the success of customers, and a global service network makes a difference. Together with its Feige subsidiary, HAVER & BOECKER will present its global service concept. In addition to the classic services of inspections and spare parts service, customised service contracts, teleservice, e-commerce and customer-tailored training are also offered. Plant modernisation and optimisation, i.e. retrofitting existing plants to new operating conditions, also belong to HAVER's spectrum of services.

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