Windsor Machines Case Study

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ABSTRACT
 Windsor Machines Ltd is a plastic processing machinery manufacturer and exporter. Windsor is a pioneer company in plastic processing industries. It works on several huge units such as extrusion, injection molding, drip tubing
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 Extrusion units consist of twin screw and twin barrel and it’s a production rate of two and half month per screw.

 Screw and Barrel life around 6000/hrs. The objective of over project is increase the twin screw and twin barrel life against wear for extrusion machinery.

Company Profile
ABOUT US

The company set up operations at Thane (near Mumbai) in 1964, under collaboration from R. H. Windsor of U.K.. In 1984, it became a part of worldwide operations of Klockner-Werke, Germany and
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Under the visionary leadership of Mr. Prakash Kundalia, the company rose like a phoenix with a new sense of purpose, urgency and hitherto unknown vitality. The company turned around in the very first year, becoming profitable and set out to fulfill its destiny of being the leader in the plastic processing machinery industry. In the year 2009-2010 we crossed a turnover of Rs. 200 crores with more than 100% growth and are poised to maintain the …show more content…
We have reinvented the machines, optimizing the operational costs and thus, resulting in higher returns for our customers.

INJECTION MOULDING

Windsor's leadership in Injection Molding line is endorsed since its inception in 1964, when we started the company in collaboration with R.H.Windsor, UK.

In 2010, we have obtained from "Italtech" (Italy) – a reputed European injection moulding machinery manufacturer, the technology for higher tonnage machines.

Today, our Injection molding division offers a complete range of products, starting from 100 Tons to 2000 Tons with hydro-mechanical and toggle clamping technology. Our hydraulic technology encompasses the range from Variable delivery pump to the latest Servo motor technology. We cater to a wide segment of industries spanning across Houseware, Furniture, Packaging, Automobiles, Electrical / Electronics and Fittings (RPVC and CPVC) with focus on energy

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