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Graham Engineering Mini Hercules Blow Molding Machine experience that enables both new and experienced operators a rapid learning curve and ease of use,” said Graham vice president of engineering Justin Kilgore. “Powered by a friendly, open architecture that allows a high level of flexibility, Navigator is delivered via hardware designed to withstand harsh industrial environmental conditions such as vibration, electrical interference, temperature, and humidity. The ease and ability to integrate is boundless. From synchronized supervisory control of a line to its open architecture that supports connectivity for data collection systems to internet for remote support and trouble-shooting, Navigator offers integration without limits.” Plastics processing systems on display at the Graham Engineering Corp. booth will include: Mini Hercules® accumulator head blow molder. This system combines a small shot size and space-saving footprint with one-hour color and material change and other advanced features available with the company’s larger systems. It is available with shot sizes of 2.5, 5, or 8 lb (1.13, 2.25 or 3.63 kg), has a footprint of approximately 15 by 11 ft. (4.6 by 3.4 m), and is 15 ft. (4.6 m) high, with single- or dual-head configuration and bottom or side discharge. The rapid color-change » WIRE NEWS EVENTS February 2018 15