Hennecke introduces Topline MK2 high pressure metering machine

Oct. 20, 2023
Its basic configuration covers more than 80 percent of all common polyurethane applications, while its multi-platform design makes it adaptable.

Topline MK2 Hennecke’s latest high-pressure metering machine can process almost all PU raw materials. The Topline MK2 features the TS5evo temperature control unit as standard, which allows it to handle even the most demanding materials that require precise temperatures. It is compatible with all models of Hennecke’s mixing heads and can be equipped with up to 10 of them. It features the latest nozzle generation from Hennecke, the HX pump generation and the world's first axial piston pump developed exclusively for PU applications.  

What’s new? The Topline MK2, which completes Hennecke’s Next-Generation series of high-pressure metering machines. It includes the completely redeveloped Foamatic control software and optional WLAN connectivity that can be accessed via smart devices such as tablets or mobile phones. 

Benefits Maximum flexibility. Based on Hennecke’s customer analysis, the Topline MK2 in its basic configuration covers more than 80 percent of all common applications, while its multi-platform design makes it adaptable to a wide variety of applications, including highly customized processes and special applications. Tanks with volumes of up to 1,000 liters are now available for large-scale production, as are all Hennecke peripherals, including the Carbomat for CO2 loading of polyol components and Vacumat for efficient degassing to produce high-quality compact components without air pockets. Hennecke says customers will benefit from a significantly shorter delivery time and high cost efficiency, as well as the assurance that future peripheral equipment will perfectly match the Topline MK2. 

Hennecke Inc. Polyurethane Technology, Bridgeville, Pa., 724-271-3686, www.hennecke.com 

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