November 19, 2015

19/11/2015: Satake Exhibits at Inchem Tokyo 2015 30th Plant Engineering Show

Satake will exhibit at the Inchem Tokyo 2015 30th Plant Engineering Show on November 25 - 27 at the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre (Tokyo Big Sight), hosted by the Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan and Japan Management Association.

Plastic pellet surface treatment machine

Inchem Tokyo Plant Engineering Show is a specialised exhibition held in Japan solely for chemical and process industrial plants. Plant machinery and systems such as control and measurement analysis machines and related systems are exhibited, attracting experts, engineers and officials from Japan, South Korea, China, and Southeast Asia along with many visitors.
    
http://www.satake-group.com/
This year Satake will be exhibiting products from its industrial machinery sector, including optical sorting machines and equipment related to the industrial processing of plastics and plastic pellets.

Two new optical sorting machines, the Pellet Sorter DS and Pikasen α (alpha) Plus will be available for demonstration. The Pellet Sorter DS is suited to checking the plastic pellet raw materials from two sides, and gives highly accurate sorting. The Pikasen α Plus is also equipped with a shape sorting function, which has the ability to remove non-defective product of the same colour by means of its shape. This is a versatile optical sorting machine for a wide range of materials.

Also, in addition to the actual exhibition of plastic pellet surface treatment machines and plastic pellet washing machines, Satake will also display poster presentations such as the recycled resin manufacturing system.

Satake's booth is in East-3 Hall (Booth No 3E-04). The booth is open from 10:00 to 17:00. 
 
Visit the company site HERE
 

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