When the gear box, barrel and screw are good, but the controls are obsolete, we can provide a true upgrade for your extruder. Safer. Smarter. Better.
Inefficient DC motors are expensive to maintain and operate. We can help you upgrade to an AC solution. We can ship up to 500HP packages in 24 hours!
Integrated Control Technologies (ICT) is offering a product enhancement for the Remote Drive Interface that works with the ACPAK that allows customers to start-up their AC drive package themselves with the expert assistance of ICT. The SMART-UP ASSISTANT takes you step-by-step through the start-up of your ACPAK. In addition, ICT can connect to your drive and verify the settings. THERE IS NOTHING ON THE MARKET LIKE THIS!!!
When parts fail, or if you have a new project, we can deliver leading vendors drives, motors and electrical supplies to your door!
The USER GUIDE TO EXTRUDER UPGRADES is even better now with the latest changes. Our guide now reads in book format! Use this guide to build your business case for upgrades. Logically assess the risk each line proposes, prioritizing and financially justifying your decisions. Find the best way to get more consistent quotations and upgrades that meet your business objectives in moving your company forward. Learn a Best Practice and leave the guesswork to your competition!
This ain't our first dance, we upgrade older systems all the time. It is all we do, every day! Can you Dig It?
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Older extruder system designs are based upon 1970's technology. Using single loop controls, DC drives and Windows platforms older than most the operators. Believe me, the 70's were awesome, but basing the quality of your product one technology from the past is not a plan for the future, it is being stuck in the 70's! Don't be a Jive Turkey, Get Your Extruder Out of the 70's!
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How do you know when your production is at risk? How do you prioritize which lines need to be addressed first? How do you justify an upgrade? How do you evaluate quotations and vendors? How do you obtain consistent quotations? Need help? To request your copy of the "Guide to Extruder Upgrades" email firstname.lastname@example.org
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