The recent open house event had already been the second occasion as part of which Maag, Gala, and Reduction Engineering Scheer showcased their products together. This particular event centred around rotomoulding and took place at the subsidiary in Grossostheim, Germany. The event had been scheduled for two subsequent days, catering once to German-speaking and then to international visitors. The many attendees witnessed a varied and comprehensive agenda. Interesting presentations about "Pulverizers for efficient powder production", "Innovations and progress in underwater micro-pelletizing and drying", as well as presentations about practical applications and personal experiences were all well received by the more than 100 participants from 17 different countries.
Customers were shown various hands-on demonstrations in Maag's very own Plastics Technical Center surrounding rotomoulding. An accompanying presentation as part of which produced materials were processed on a laboratory rotational moulding machine once again underlined the different properties of powders and micro-pellets to offer the basis for some interesting discussions.
Alexander Datzinger, head of Pulverizer at Maag Automatik, was happy to explain that "attending guests praised the interesting presentations and in particular the demonstrations at the in-house Test & Research Center, providing a profound overview of both production methods for powder and micro-pellets as well as their practical application options".