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Busch successful at Fakuma 2017


The new generation of Mink MV claw vacuum pumps generated significant interest at Busch’s trade show booth

04.12.2017 11:44:52 -

(live-PR.com) - The trade show appearance of Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems generated a great deal of interest amongst more than 48,000 visitors to the international trade fair for plastics processing in Friedrichshafen. The specialist audience used the opportunity to discuss highly energy-efficient and economical vacuum solutions with Busch’s vacuum experts. Vacuum technology plays a central role in many applications relating to

 

the processing and treatment of plastic.

Visitors came from 25 countries, and were particularly impressed by the latest generation of Mink MV claw vacuum pumps, which are ideally suited for pneumatic conveying of materials and degassing of plastics. The contact-free compression principle ensures nearly maintenance-free operation. Mink claw vacuum pumps also feature high energy efficiency in all applications, which can be even further enhanced through the use of a variable speed drive.

Many visitors to the Busch trade show booth were interested in vacuum systems for degassing during plastic extrusion. Vacuum systems from the Plastex series, which have been developed specially for degassing in extruders, guarantee optimum degassing. They can be individually adjusted to the materials to be processed, extruder types, and the material throughput.

Visitors to the Busch trade show booth at Fakuma also received information about energy efficiency. The topic of energy efficiency during vacuum generation was of great importance, particularly for visitors who deal intensively with energy management according to ISO 50.001 in their operations. According to the Busch vacuum specialists, it is important here that, for example, entire processes are analyzed from an energy point of view so that the vacuum technology can be applied in ways that use resources as sustainably as possible.


Contact:

Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems
Schauinslandstraße 1
79689 Maulburg

Telephone: +49 (0) 7622 681 3376
jasmin.markanic@busch.de
www.buschvacuum.com


About Busch:
Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems is one of the world’s largest producers of vacuum pumps, vacuum systems, blowers and compressors.
Its extensive product portfolio comprises solutions for vacuum and overpressure applications in all industries, including the chemical, semiconductor, medical technology, plastics, and food sectors. It also covers the design and construction of customized vacuum systems, as well as a global service network.
The Busch group is a family-owned company and is still managed by the Busch family. Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems has 3,000 employees in more than 60 companies in over 40 countries worldwide. Busch is headquartered in Maulburg, in southwest Germany. This is the location of Busch SE headquarters, as well as the German production facility and German sales company. In addition to Maulburg, Busch also has its own production plants in Switzerland, the UK, Czech Republic, Korea and the USA.

History:
Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems was founded by Dr.-Ing. Karl Busch and his wife Ayhan Busch in 1963. Dr.-Ing. Karl Busch developed the “Huckepack”, which was the first vacuum pump that could be used for vacuum packaging of foodstuffs. The follow-up product, the compact “R 5” rotary vane vacuum pump, revolutionized food packaging. A further milestone represented the development of the “COBRA” screw vacuum pump. In 1971 the international expansion of the Busch group started with the founding of a sales company in the UK. The first production plant outside Germany was established in the USA in 1979.


Author:
Uli Merkle
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Web: http://www.buschvacuum.com
Phone: 07622681144


 

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