Composite Integration (stand Q92) has announced the launch of the latest generation of its Ciject Two range of resin injection machines, which will be unveiled at this year’s Advanced Engineering at the NEC Birmingham.
The Ciject range includes innovative equipment for delivering mixed resin within RTM, Light RTM, VRTM and Infusion processes. The equipment is produced with award-winning design and the highest quality engineering, creating a range widely acknowledged for being the most sophisticated available.
The new Ciject Two utilises Siemens latest powerful modular PLC and touchscreen HMI enabling the addition of a wide range of options and control functions. New benefits include a flexible control platform which simplifies future upgrades as well as a new, easy to use interface with additional control, data logging and security features:
These features further develop the fundamentals of a Ciject Two and create a more comprehensive yet flexible control platform for composites technology, whilst retaining a simple format for their end users.
The equipment is targeted specifically towards manufacturers who require precision control and accountability, with abilities for RTM, LRTM and infusion processes within one machine. The Ciject Two is already recognised for its well-proven technology within a wide variety of sectors.
The Ciject Two range is capable of processing epoxy, polyester, vinyl ester and phenolic resin systems, with low-cost conversion kits to enable a quick and easy change between material types. The ability to work with a variety of closed mould processes and be used to manufacture parts from less than 1kg shot size, to large structures greater than 1,000kg, places the Ciject two as the most versatile machine in the market.
Composite Integration’s latest announcement is an example of its commitment to product innovation and development.
Richard Bland, managing director of Composite Integration commented: “The Ciject range has long been recognised as one of the most capable and versatile resin injection machines available. The engineering team at Composite Integration work continuously to evolve this capability and bring new technology to the end user, ensuring it is closely matched to the process requirements. With more than 30 years’ experience of designing and manufacturing this type of equipment, the team can be proud of this latest generation Ciject Two.”