CONFLUENT BFM-4410 Balloon Forming Machine

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BFM-4410

CONFLUENT BFM-4410 Balloon Forming Machine

The Confluent Medical Technologies BFM-4410 x3 is designed to produce a trio of high-strength polymer balloons using a stretch, blow molding process. Balloons are formed from precision extruded balloon tubing inside a metal mold. The BFM-4410 x3 provides optimal synchronization of heating, axial stretching and internal tubing pressurization for all 3 water jacket channels producing high-quality, consistent balloons.

Confluent Medical developed a new blow-molding process to be able to form three balloons with the same high-quality results. The Confluent Medical balloon forming equipment BFM-4410 x3 has newer components and technology to allow repeatability for a trio of balloons in one forming cycle thereby reducing overall cycle and setup times.

Advancements in the balloon forming process include improved accuracy in pressure and flow rates through all three channels simultaneously resulting in consistent yields for all three formed balloons. Operators are able to setup the BFM-4410 x3 for all 3 channels and then run with the touch of a button improving efficiency and reducing set-up time.

 

Features:

  • One cycle produces 3 balloons
  • High-Efficiency triple water jacket for uniform heating and cooling
  • High-Precision pressure and flow control during balloon forming
  • Easier setup and improve operator performance
  • Reduced footprint - One balloon forming machine replaces three
Specifications:
  • Part number: 1A714044 (230V)
  • Size range: Diameters from 1 to 12 mm, Length: up to 6 mm diameter, lengths from 4 to 117 mm Length: up to 12 mm diameter, lengths from 7 to 110 mm
  • Electrical: 230 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz, Up to 3,300 Watts
  • Dimensions: 64” long x 22” wide x 21” high, 1625 mm x 560 mm x 535 mm (23” high with safety cover) (585 mm with safety cover)
  • Weight: ≈ 300 lbs (135 Kg)
  • Materials: Nylon, PEBAX®, polyurethane, PET, PE, Polyamides, etc.
  • Forming Pressure: Up to 1,000 psi (6.89 MPa) dry nitrogen
  • Compressed Air: 80 to 120 psi (0.55 to 0.83 MPa)
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