Sustainability, reliability and ease of use are all designed into the new MIXPAC™ adhesive packaging solution.
Sulzer Mixpac will showcase its latest innovation at BAU 2019 alongside a range of existing products. Sulzer’s new solution could have an essential and sustainable impact to the industry. It is the aim to reduce 2-component adhesive and sealant waste remaining in the packaging after use and at the same time also to significantly reduce packaging waste compared to conventional cartridge based systems.
The BAU Munich is a key event for those in the building industry looking to learn about and discuss the latest trends and innovations in the field. The 2019 show theme is ‘the future of building’ which aligns well with Sulzer’s design ideals. The company is looking to promote sustainability at the Munich show, while also demonstrating enhanced usability of its products.
Working with adhesives causes waste. Hence, Sulzer has developed a new packaging system that allows the customer to not only reduce waste but also reduce total system cost along the value chain. At the same time, important technical topics such as barrier properties can be addressed and improved in the customers development process.
The new packaging system is compatible with the existing MIXPAC™, COX™ and MK™ dispenser range. Having this system approach in mind it ensures an easy and efficient use for the end-user and it contributes towards achieving superior quality and performance.
Visitors to the Sulzer stand will be able to test the new products “hands-on” alongside a range of existing dispensing solutions. Furthermore, the recently launched battery-powered COXTM ElectraFlow™ Dual Ultra two-component dispenser offering high performance and an easy use will be exhibited as well.
To find out more visit Sulzer in hall C6, booth 437 at BAU 2019. January 14-19, 2019 – Messe München, Munich, Germany.
About Sulzer Mixpac
Sulzer Mixpac Ltd. is a worldwide leading manufacturer and supplier of products and services for liquid application and mixing technology.
As part of the Applicator Systems Division within the Sulzer Group, the Mixpac business unit can draw on a strong international network. The head office is located in Switzerland. For optimal service to its customers, subsidiaries are located in the U.S., Germany, UK and China.
Sulzer’s core strengths are flow control and applicators. We specialize in pumping solutions and services for rotating equipment, as well as separation, mixing and application technology. Our customers benefit from a network of over 180 production and service sites around the world. Sulzer has been headquartered in Winterthur, Switzerland, since 1834. In 2017, we achieved sales of roughly CHF 3 billion with around 14’700 employees. Our shares are traded on the SIX Swiss Exchange (SIX: SUN). www.sulzer.com.