Two geographical sites and latest generation facilities
For the manufacture of plastic parts, we have machine parks, maintenance workshops (tooling and injection moulding) and laboratories.
Our machine park covers a range from 50T to 800T :
- Hydraulic machines : BATTENFELD UNILOG type injection moulding machines.
- Electric machines : Injection machines type NEGRI BOSSI Full Electric.
- Bi-injection 2K machines : Injection machines type Billion.
All our machines are equipped with Wittmann or Sepro robots and are fitted with high-performance peripherals.
MAIN OBJECTIVES OF OUR LABORATORIES ARE
- Evaluate possible failures of the material.
- Control quality of the plastic parts and ensure reliability of the final product.
- Improve productivity through innovation and control.
- Validate the functional specifications of plastic parts (services, constraints, etc…).
- Manage the PPAP and Run@Rate files.
In order to produce efficiently and without error, it is essential to maintain production equipment, especially maintenance of tooling/moulds that constitute the customer’s assets. The group has an experienced maintenance team acting on two types of maintenance.
Each mould has a specific maintenance plan according to materials used in its manufacture and the total number of injection cycles actually carried out. Our maintenance team is aware of the importance of anticipating risks of production stoppages. Therefore, following preventive and predictive maintenance plan very closely remains a main point that we take into consideration :
- 1st level adjustment.
- Lubrication with specific products, especially ejectors and kinematic parts.
- Cleaning and descaling of cooling channels with a special pump.
- Mastery of V-Blasting technique (re-polishing/sanding) of the cavities.
- Replacement of spares parts: hot channels, ejectors, etc.
Preventive maintenance for all our equipment, machines and peripherals is very closely monitored by the maintenance team made up of specialists in hydraulics, pneumatics, electricity, electronics, etc. Each piece of equipment has a schedule of inspection tasks to be carried out according to the number of hours worked.
A safety stock of critical spare parts for all equipment is maintained by the warehouse manager, who manages placing of orders automatically after safety stock level reaches its level, which is Q/2.