Donite Plastics wins order to manufacture parts for Galway company KrushTech

Donite Plastics specializes in industrial thermoforming and has partnered with KrushTech, a company that designs and builds advanced crushers for use primarily in the materials and handling sectors.

The new EcoKrush 6040 machine is intended to reduce waste on construction and demolition sites and has already found its way to a company based in Germany.

Donite Plastics Managing Director Michael Knight said: “We are very excited to be working with KrushTech, a company that strives to be among the best in its field. At Donite Plastics, we pride ourselves on the fact that our products can be designed and manufactured in-house. Our team of highly skilled engineers was able to work with KrushTech throughout the process from design to manufacture. It was a collaborative venture from start to finish where working on the first designs was key to the final thermoformed product.

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KrushTech managing director Brendan McGrath and a Krushtech employee in the picture with an EcoKrush 6040 machineKrushTech managing director Brendan McGrath and a Krushtech employee in the picture with an EcoKrush 6040 machine

“Using our Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software, our engineers worked closely with the KrushTech team to design the protective covers to create the tools needed to manufacture the final product.

“We are very pleased to be able to supply KrushTech with high quality parts. The mobile compact crusher is a technical masterpiece and can be used in the smallest of spaces. We are very proud to have played our part in helping KrushTech deliver this amazing machine. “

Michael Barton, Sales Manager at Donite Plastics, continues: “The use of industrial thermoforming to make covers is becoming increasingly popular as opposed to glass fiber reinforced plastic (GRP). The process of industrial thermoforming has many advantages for the customer.

“It reduces the weight of the products without compromising on durability or strength. It enables small and large parts to be made in a short lead time and the parts are fully recyclable. The design is also adaptable and the possibility of producing larger quantities of products guarantees our customers good value for money. “

Brendan McGrath, Managing Director of KrushTech, added: “Delivering machines that meet the highest possible standards is at the heart of what we do at KrushTech. It was important for us to work with a company that shares the same values ​​and work ethic.

“We enjoyed the entire process from working with the engineers at Donite Plastics to receiving our final product. We are confident that our EcoKrush 6040 range will meet the needs and requirements of our customers. ”

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