Completely revised machine design, more precision and higher performance, more applications possible +++ Two-platen technology with from 12,000 to 66,000 kN in the smallest of spaces +++ World premiere of the 5,500 kN Jupiter at the K-Trade Show +++ Smaller clamping forces starting in 2014.

The Jupiter II series has been available on the market since the beginning of the year. “We have overhauled the machine from the ground up, the design now has a clean and tidy appearance, the technical weaknesses were addressed, and new clamping force classes have been added. Of all of the series the Jupiter II has definitely taken the biggest step in terms of development” says Mr. Fu Nanhong, Chief Engineer of Haitian International Ltd.  The new Jupiter is significantly more stable, and the rapid, friction free movements are impressive; it has energy efficient drives and is quiet at the same time. And the choice of up to six injection sizes for each clamping unit offers a lot of flexibility.

“We exhibited the new Jupiter at Chinaplas for the first time and we got a lot of positive feedback from all sides” says Professor Helmar Franz, CSO and member of the executive board at Haitian International. “It is the best equipped for international challenges”.  As per tradition the new machine was first introduced in China. The response has been remarkable: the first few months saw orders and particularly shipments of over 100 units. There are already orders coming from Europe as well – ahead of the official marketing launch.

The Jupiter II series portfolio will be significantly expanded starting in 2014. The processors’ desire for greater efficiency and more application possibilities will be met with the new clamping forces of 5,500, 7,500, 9,500 kN and with the wide platen versions for clamping forces of 9,500, 12,000, and 16,000 kN. The relaunch of the Jupiter series was preceded by extensive analyses and numerous conversations with our customers so that it could be targeted specifically to the needs of the market. “It was well worth the effort” says Professor Franz. “The Jupiter II should also be highly interesting outside of the automotive industry”.

The most important innovations and optimizations at a glance

  • The construction is even more compact for units up to 66,000 kN.
  • Energy efficient, servo-hydraulic Mars drive technology now available in the standard model
  • Faster tool replacement. The locking system for the flexible mold height adjustment was fundamentally revised; the parallel locking system between the tie-bars and the platen permits a rapid, precise response, which saves a lot of time when tool replacements are frequent.
  • The rigidity of the platen is high even when the molds are heavy. The vertical movements of the platen were reduced; this is particularly effective with core pulling when the molded parts are long.
  • Wide platen versions for clamping forces of 9,500, 12,000, and 16,000 kN are going to be available starting in 2014.
  • Stabilized injection unit: Special linear slides guarantee highly precise movements of the screw without friction. The stable injection unit guide – it is separated from the screw – provides for an independent injection movement.
  • Up to six injection unit sizes for each clamping unit.
  • The new servo drives from Haitian Drive Systems increase performance (75 kW and 110 kW). Housed in the machine bed the hydraulics system is easy to maintain.
  • The latest control technology Type KEBA 2580 (along the lines of the Mars II Series)

Haitian is giving a live demonstration of a JU5500II/2950 at the K-Trade Fair. Equipped with a space-saving high performance robot from Sepro, a motor cover weighing 700g with two cavities is produced in 43 seconds.