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Zator glue systems get stuck into UK market

UK based agent Key Capital Equipment has added the Zator range of glue systems to its portfolio of equipment for the corrugated, carton, print finishing and converting sectors. The Italian range includes microprocessors, guns and pumps, is designed to guarantee precision application of adhesive at high speed.

Glue solutions now offered by KCE include two types of microprocessor for control of electro-magnetic and pneumatic glue guns. The MZ 04 model is ideal for two or four-gun systems while the MZ 08 is usually used with five or more. For added flexibility, both models operate independent channels, allowing guns to be individually programmed to apply lines or dots of glue in different patterns.

Zator’s DLK 22 electro-magnetic glue gun applies dots or lines of adhesive at very high speed. Used in the manufacture of cartons, it can be fitted anywhere along the folder gluer is and available with a short or long nozzle. It handles medium viscosity cold glue with a maximum pressure of 20 bar and a special micrometric adjustment knob allows fine control of dot or line sizes, eliminating the need for extra tools.

The company is also supplying Zator’s piston pumps. The popular ZP124130 P model comprises a cold glue feed unit fitted on a plastics cover, making it easy to transfer to a standard size glue bucket for cleaning. It features a stainless steel filter for reducing the pulse effect of the pump and a pressure regulator to maintain constant glue quantity at every speed.



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Key Capital Equipment
Tel: +44 (0) 1793 845855





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