Production capacity LSR injection moulding expanded
The machine park of the Dutch production site was expanded this month with a new LSR injection molding machine for the production of silicone parts.
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Plasma technology for micro-bonded parts
Plasma technology has been introduced at the ZORGE HOFFMANN group this year. The technology is used at the HOFFMANN site in Germany to provide micro-bonded parts or parts from rubber, metal or plastic with highly accurate and high-quality HOFFPLAS coating. These nano-coatings prevent, among other things, unwanted stick-slip and static frication effects of dynamic applications with rubber parts are reduced. Interested? Please inquire about our options.
Rubber production capacity expanded
ZORGE Hungary recently put four new rubber injection moulding machines into operation to meet the growing demand in rubber moulded parts. The new machines have closing forces up to 4500 kN and are equipped with the latest techniques for automated production of rubber moulded parts: core pulling and brushing systems, middle plate exchangers and air pressure systems for better demoulding of products and faster cleaning of the rubber moulds.
„Zero-defect” delivery is a popular request from our customers in the heating industry and automotive industry. In order to meet this requirement even better, ZORGE has automated vision control systems on its LSR injection molding processes. Silicone parts can be checked automatically in-line with digital cameras for possible deviations and sorted according to quality. With these new techniques we offer our customers even higher reliability and quality of our products.
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Technology days at HELLA
In June ZORGE and HOFMANN organized two technology days at the Romanian site of the HELLA Group, a leading manufacturer in the automotive industry of electronics, lighting systems and aftermarket parts. During this technology event, which was enthousiastically attended by approximately 50 HELLA employers from different area’s, information and knowledge was exchanged about elastomers, processing techniques and application area’s.
Our product range has been extended with standardized rubber parts. Next to custom specified rubber parts we now can offer an extensive range of bonded seals, rubber-metal buffers, gamma-rings, V-rings, O-rings and X-rings.
10 PPM Supplier achievement
For the 9th consecutive year ZORGE has prolonged its supplier status over 2016 at PACCAR.
Production rubber moulding expanded
Recently ZORGE expanded its production capacity in the Hungarian facility in order to meet the growing demands on rubber parts. A new production hall was taken into operation in October, while the machine capacity was expanded with two injection moulding machines with closing forces of 4000kN. Also investments were made in facilities for assembly of (rubber) parts. With this, the company strengthens its position in the Central European OEM market and continues on its gained experience and knowledge in cold runner technology, mould construction and production automation.
Dutch-German rubber alliance
ZORGE and German-based Hoffmann GmbH, located in Kirchheim unter Teck, have joined forces to form a formidable alliance. These two specialist, family-run businesses – with production facilities in Germany, Hungary and the Netherlands – will now be working together to manufacture precision rubber components. In addition to rubber moulding, HOFFMANN also specialises in the manufacture of high-grade, high-precision, composite rubber-metal and rubber-plastic components. The two companies complement each other perfectly in terms of their markets and production techniques. The strategic alliance was formed in March 2016 and announced at a joint company presentation given by directors Jochen Kugler, Dino Zorge and Dr Andreas Hoffman (from left to right in the photo).