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Renmar Plastics Machinery Represent International Manufacturers

Renmar Plastics Machinery Limited are the UK and Ireland distributor for many international manufacturers, enabling them to provide you with the very best ancillary equipment as well as spare parts for that equipment.

Renmar are the distributors for:

–  AEC – mould heaters and oil heaters and we can provide spare parts for these units. The most popular mould heater models are the TCU, VCU and the new ZG models.

–  EnginPlast – granulators and shredders. The Italian made units are of the utmost quality with impressive standard features. Renmar also provide a spare parts service for the granulators.

–  Virginio Nastri – belt conveyors and product handling equipment. Under the Virginio Nastri umbrella we can supply incline, flatbed and swan neck conveyors as well as box carousels, material mixers and cap cooling machines. Full spare parts such as replacement belts and motors and gearboxes is also available.

–  Pulsotronic – metal detectors and metal separators. We can supply under belt and tunnel detectors and metal separators suitable for various industries and applications.

They also have their own range of materials handling equipment including dryersblendersdosers and loaders. Currently they are still handling all spare parts requests for Cumberland granulators, such as screens and replacement blades.

In addition to Renmar’s ancillary UK distributorships, they also have a ‘machinery division’ as an agent for the Amut Group. This covers thermoforming linesextrusion lineswaste handling plantsrecycling linesblown film, cast, coating and laminating lines.

For more information on their comprehensive range, visit their website or check out their e-brochure.

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