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Electronic testing machines

Our machines are equipped for the so-called “dry testing method” that offers some advantages in comparison with the “wet testing method”, in detail:

  • much less space requirement
  • much less energy consumption
  • less problems with microbiological burden on the condoms

We build this machine with 1 or 2 testing places. The machine can be connected with automatic feeders to foiling machines.

The machines are designed for the testing of complete condom batches for holes and thin spots. After the test, the condoms are rolled up and sorted into “accepted” and “rejected” condoms, depending on the test result.

  • High voltage dry testing system
  • 2 independent testing places
  • Output: 38 - 40 pcs/min. per testing place
  • Speed mechanically adjustable
  • Total nominal output of the machine: 250 grosses/8 hrs. (in case of optimum working speed of the personnel)
  • Each side equipped with 6 aluminum mandrels on a turntable. The aluminum mandrels can be designed as per customer’s requirements. They are positioned on the turntable in such a way as to take ergonomic aspects into account.
  • Counter of accepted condoms
  • Counter of rejected condoms

Technical Data

  • Capacity: 76 - 80 condoms/min., mechanically adjustable
  • 2 testing places
  • Power supply: 230/400 V, 50 Hz
  • Energy consumption: 0.8 kW/h
  • Compressed air 8 bar, consumption <1 m³/h
  • Length: 1.64 m
  • Width: 1.35 m
  • Height: 1.52 m
  • Approx. weight: net 400 kg, gross 500 kg

References

  • Alatech, USA: 2 machines
  • Beiersdorf, Malaysia: 4 machines
  • BGLC, Bangladesh: 3 machines
  • Bolear, Russia: 2 machines
  • BS, Russia: 1 machine
  • CPL, Honduras: 6 machines
  • CPR, Germany: 4 machines
  • Dongkuk, Malaysia: 1 machine
  • Everts, Germany: 6 machines
  • Reddy, India: 1 machine
  • Royal Industries, Thailand: 2 machines
  • SICO, Mexico: 5 machines
  • Stomil, Poland: 2 machines
  • Suretex, India: 10 machines
  • Suretex, South Africa: 2 machines
  • Suretex, Thailand: 10 machines
  • Tactyl, USA: 1 machine
  • Ukraine: 1 machine
  • Unimil, Poland: 7 machines