AAE Advanced Auxiliary Equipment Introduces FlexMed 3 Series Venturi Loaders For Injection Molders.
FlexMed Series 3 Venturi Loaders are medical grade quality but priced at standard loader prices. All FlexMed products are constructed from polished stainless steel and meet ISO Sanitary Standards. Flexmed products have a 5 year warranty.
AAE Advanced Auxiliary Equipment, Inc. announced the introduction of the FlexMed Series 3 compressed air loaders for injection molding. Constructed of polished stainless steel and complying with ISO Sanitary Standards FlexMed loaders are the first loaders designed to meet the requirements of medical molding. Pricing of FlexMed Series 3 Loaders are competitive with standard loaders providing non-medical injection molders with the opportunity to purchase high quality loaders.
FlexMed Loaders have many features not currently available in the market. They are the first loaders designed with polished stainless steel utilizing ISO 3A clamped connections with gaskets. Even the heavy duty sight glasses are made of stainless steel. The Flexmed Loaders feature a unique accelerator that conveys material with very low consumption of compressed air at as low as 15 PSI. Flexmed Series 3 Loaders are available with an optional internal magnet. The internal improves metal catching and containing ability and cannot release metal accidentally when an external magnet is lifted. FlexMed 3 Loaders are also available with an optional AST or Air Saver Timer.
FlexMed Series Loaders are designed by industry veteran Donald Rainville. Mr. Rainville filed his first patent for compressed air loaders in 1977. The original product was successfully marketed by Universal Dynamics under the brand name of SavAir Loader. The concept of combining a cyclone with a compressed air accelerator was further evolved by Autoload in the late 1980s. As President of Universal Dynamics Mr. Rainville purchase AutoLoad in 1999. After the purchase of Autoload and consulting with customers Mr. Rainville determined that there are several issues with the Autoload loaders that can be improved. Mr. Rainville’s new design for FlexMed loaders addresses all of those issues.