Roth Composite Machinery presents new fully automated machine concept in Bologna - Hall 30, Stand E15

Flexibility, speed and quality take centre stage

One for everything?

Roth Composite Machinery from Burgwald will be presenting the new development from its own innovation department at the World Brush Expo in Bologna. The fully automatic concept can be used to produce brushes that differ completely in terms of length, geometry and material - and with minimal set-up effort.

The new WTR is characterised by shorter set-up times, higher output and greater flexibility in production - making it significantly more efficient and versatile than other machine concepts on the market.

"We want to convince the trade fair visitors in Bologna of all these plus points," explain Dennis Brückner, responsible for the Burgwald plant at Roth Composite Machinery, and sales engineer Thomas Halbrucker, "the machine concept and the high degree of automation fulfil the needs of flexible mass production and meet our high standards of quality and sustainability."

Networking and exchange take centre stage
The "Brushes & Brooms" business unit of Roth Composite Machinery in Burgwald (formerly Schlesinger) has more than one hundred years of experience in the design and realisation of machines for brush production.

With a mix of experience, expertise and continuous development, the more than 50 employees in Burgwald have established themselves as world leaders in the industry - not least thanks to a global network of contacts for sales and service. The company has attracted attention in recent years with energy-saving, yet particularly powerful drive elements and a highly efficient manufacturing process: The filling tool technology, known as "RoAn", scores with extremely smooth running, low wear and above-average process reliability. "We stand for first-class product quality and high-performance mechanical engineering worldwide," says Dennis Brückner, "while our machines are also versatile and user-friendly."

In Bologna, the organisers are particularly looking forward to the industry coming together again after a long break. "Networking, exchanging ideas, meeting familiar faces and getting to know new potential business partners: we associate all of this with the World Brush Expo, which is why we will be there with an international team of ten people in total," say Dennis Brückner and Thomas Halbrucker, who are responsible for the event.