Hip-Mitsu, Italian company based 20 minutes far away from the international airports of Treviso and Venice, is specialized in design and construction of hot melt assembly equipment, melting systems, contact and contact-less application devices and web-coating and laminating turn-key lines
Hip-Mitsu modular solutions give answer to every application need from 0,3 up to 6.000 mm working width, all production speeds up to 900 m/min and adhesive add-on levels from 0.02 up to 1.500 gr/sqm, both for continuous, step, intermittent and even more combined applications.
More than 2.000 machines successfully installed worldwide for most diverse industrial fields allowed the company to accumulate a significant experience, which is constantly transferred to its Customers in each phase of investment evaluation.
Independently from applications – being them into industrial assembly, film converting, specialty tapes&label industry – and processed substrates – films, membranes, paper – Hip-Mitsu systems enable to realize special products in a very short timeframe, in order for its customers to be flexible and quick responding to market needs.
Flexibility is Hip-Mitsu driving concept : possibility to rapidly change process parameters such as coating pattern, processed adhesives and substrates and working width are the tools put at customer’s disposal.
Hip-Mitsu systems are based on a “open platform” and on a modular philosophy, enabling end user to increase later on the system capacity and flexibility and to upgrade the technology along the time while saving money at first installation and preserving the investment for the future.
That’s what HIP-MITSU means for “having respect of customer’s investment” and “tailoring investment to actual needs”.
Also specialisation, technological innovation and steady research are strong points for Hip-Mitsu, evidence being supported by the several international patents owned from the Company.
All this is supported by HIP-MITSU modern Competence Center, equipped with all production lines, enabling testing on the Customer’s own materials in each phase of the project.
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