We assist our valuable customers to sell and buy their plastic processing equipment thereby ensuring a smooth functioning of their businesses. This sophisticated and bulky machine is highly efficient in manufacturing the parts for various automated and manually operated machines. To make up for its high price, we offer you to buy a used machine that works perfectly and also suits your budget, specifically if yours is a comparably small scale businesses.
Contact Asset-Trade today to if you are interested in buying well-maintained plastic processing machines at very attractive prices. We help to find your industrial used Plastic Processing Machinery & Equipment.
Used Krauss-Maffei KM 110-520 C1 injection molding machine
2x machines available
1141029 - Year of construction 2000 - 70,940 operating hours in early July
1141264 - Year of construction 2001 - 61,275 operating hours in early July… More Details
Used WINDSOR W650-4120 injection molding machine
Hours: old counter 78500h / new counter 14566h
Clamping force: 6500 kN
Screw diameter: 90 mm
Mold height: 580 mm min.
Opening stroke: 1000 mm
lights column spacing: 900x800 mm… More Details
Used ENGEL ES 330H / 65V SOTS injection molding machine
Operating hours: 29,330 h
ENGEL control EC88
Clamping force: 650 kN
Screw diameter: 45 mm
Mold height: 270 mm min.
Opening stroke: 300 mm
lights column spacing: holmenlos… More Details
Used BATTENFELD HM 10000 2P / 7700 SO - injection molding machine with KUKA robots
Operating hours h = ca.51000
Closing force 1000 tons
Locking System - Hydro Mechanical
Max. Tool weight - 19 t
Max tool weight BAP -. 12,… More Details
Used ARBURG Allrounder 310 210 750 Injection Molding
• Super reliable Hydronica series (hydraulic clamp)
• Dialogic microprocessor controls with CRT
• Mold setup memory via standard 3.5 inch diskettes. Each diskette stores individual… More Details
KRAUSS MAFFEI - KM 2300 MX IMC SP 60000 - Injection Moulding Compounder
The Injection Moulding Compounder (IMC), developed by KraussMaffei, combines the beneﬁts of injection moulding and extrusion. The manufacture of pallets from… More Details
BARWELL BPP 320 - Gear Pump Preformer with Extruder
Intermeshing Herringbone gears with Max. 40 revs per minute
Maximum output with no filters: 320 kgs per hour
Inlet Pressure: 40 - 100 bar
Outlet Pressure: 40 - 210 bar
Pressure… More Details
Having the right machinery to get the job done is a key component every business. When it comes time to new purchase plastics processing machines, it can be a huge up-front investment. That’s why it’s crucial to identify and weigh the pros and cons of every potential purchase, so you can make a well-informed decision that’s aligned with the current needs, future plans, and fitting budget.
The newest plastics machinery on the market will have the most up-to-date technology and functionality, which is one of the prime reasons for buying new plastics processing equipment. When your employees have access to the latest tools that enable them to work smarter and faster, it increases company-wide efficiency. While this one may seem obvious, it’s important to remember that buying new plastics processing equipment can require a hefty up-front investment. This could take dollars away from other business ventures, such as maintenance on existing machinery, software or safety upgrades, and other purchases.
While you may be sacrificing having the most up-to-date capabilities and features, used machinery will pay for itself much quicker than new plastics machinery. This gives your business a faster ROI and larger profit margins on your purchase.
Used machinery is often available at bargain prices that can be often negotiated even further.
One of the major disadvantages of buying new plastics processing equipment is having to factor in depreciation. In some cases, the total value of a new machine can depreciate 20-40% in the first 12 months alone.
On the other hand, used machinery tends to hold its value much better, especially if you’re prioritizing regular maintenance. If you’re making an equipment purchase with future resale value in mind, remember that new plastics machinery will depreciate much quicker.