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This subject question could have volumes written in theory. But today we focus on what the CEO’s advise, distilled down from their experience, expertise, and wisdom.

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MM RUBBER Rubber Machinery World Special Supplement HOW TO SELECT YOUR RUBBER & TYRE MACHINERY? Insightful Advices From 6 CEOs Jacob Peled Pelmar Engineering Andreas Limper HF Mixing Group Peter Haan Siemens AG Rakesh Sharma AMCL Machinery ide Arul Shanmugavelu L&T - Kobelco Machinery Harish Nene Pracsol Ins Top 25 Things You Should Know to Discuss with Mixer Rebuilder

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| Editor’s Note | Knowledge On-The-Go The world around us is changing fast - economy and business is transforming even faster. Updated information delivered in a timely manner is crucial to your success. And because your time is a scarce commodity, you prefer incisive information that can be easily accessed from anywhere. At Rubber Machinery World, we understand your information requirements. Hence we continue and add on to our regular efforts to share authentic information on this portal to help you source your machinery wisely. This special supplement is one of our efforts to give you useful knowledge on-the-go in a concise and timely manner. More importantly you can store, retrieve and access our e-Editions effortlessly - anytime later from anywhere. Thanks to the power of internet and existing digital capabilities. This micro-edition is in addition to our other initiatives like ‘Know Your Supplier’ that provides you information on the machinery supplier ecosystem - Manufacturers, OEM Suppliers, Machine Rebuilders, Used and Pre-Owned Equipment Buyers & Suppliers, and Agents - from whom you buy your rubber and tire equipment. You will quickly realize that our portal theme “From Rubber To Your Final Product – Manufacture With The Right Machinery” is apt and well-directed. In this edition, we bring you gems of advice from CEO’s on ‘How To Select Your Rubber And Tyre Machinery’. Also included is a special article ‘Top 25 Things You Should Know to Discuss with Mixer Rebuilder’ from our portal. As always, I welcome your feedback on rubbermachineryworld@gmail.com. BestRegards Prasanth Warrier Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015 This special supplement is one of our efforts to give you useful knowledge on-the-go in a concise and timely manner. 3 rubbermachineri rubbermachineryworld +Rubbermachineryworld1 grp/home?gid=8252803 rubbermachineri

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| CEO Advice | 4 Image From Pelmar Engineering, Israel. Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015

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| CEO Advice | 5 HOW TO SELECT YOUR RUBBER AND TYRE MACHINERY? Hear what the CEO’s say about Quality, Price, Technology, Flexibility and Automation. Prasanth Warrier If you are reading this today, then I presume it is crucial for you to select the right machinery from the right supplier for your production requirements. Otherwise, I am sure you have better options like sipping a chilled beer on a beautiful beach and embrace nature’s beauty one bottle at a time. Or focusing on your core business operations. This subject question could have volumes written in theory. But today we focus on what the CEO’s advise, distilled down from their experience, expertise, and wisdom. Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015

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| CEO Advice | Your equipment supplier ecosystem includes New Manufacturers, Rebuilders, OEM Suppliers, Pre-Owned Machinery Suppliers and Agent representatives. So I asked all the CEO’s the same question to give you a true perspective. “What would you advice on machinery selection to buyers and users of rubber and tire equipment?” The different views they offered here are not only insightful, they are pertinent, prudent and practical. Read on.... Jacob Peled Executive Chairman Pelmar Engineering Ltd. Always check references, compare technical capabilities and prices. “Machinery selection is an art by itself and should be done by people who have visions, both technical and commercial. Our advice is always to check references, compare technical capabilities and prices” 6 Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015

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AMCL MACHINERY LIMITED SERVICE TO THE NATION FOR FOUR DECADES Product Range • Rubber Mixer – 76" liter and 270 liter. • Mixing Mills – 16", 22", 26" and special sizes • Hot feed extruders – 6" and 8" • Rubber Calenders – 2/3 rolls. • Bias Tyre Building machine – RB1/RB3 • Automatic LCV Tyre Building Machine – RB1619 • Automatic Truck Tyre Building Machine-RB2022 • Mechanical Tyre Curing Presses – Scooter to Truck size • Bladder Curing Presses • Tube Splicers For all your enquiries please contact: AMCL MACHINERY LIMITED Works: Plot No.A1/1, MIDC, Butirobi-441122, Nagpur Mumbai office: 202, Ackruti Centre Point, MIDC Central Road, Andheri (East), Mumbai-400 093. Contact person: Mr. S.H. Mehta Mobile No. +91-9004697430. Email: shmehta@amcl.in Website: www.amcl.in

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| CEO Advice | Prof. Dr.-Ing Andreas Limper Member Of The Management Board Harburg-Freudenberger Maschinenbau GmbH It's unwise to pay too much, but it's worse to pay too little. “Let me answer with a worldly wisdom of John Ruskin. “It's unwise to pay too much, but it's worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money – that is all. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot - it 8 can't be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run, and if you do that you will have enough to pay for something better” (Excerpt from ‘Know A Rubber Leader’ published by Rubber Machinery World in June 2015) AMCL MACHINERY LIMITED SERVICE TO THE NATION FOR FOUR DECADES Rakesh Sharma Director AMCL Machinery Ltd I urge the buyer to understand Technology source of vendor their plant facilities, overall experience in machinery manufacturing. “I urge the buyer to understand Technology source of vendor, their plant facilities, overall experience in machinery manufacturing. This apart they should review the list of customers to whom the supplier has sold their products. When buying, there will be need for significant technical data, hence buy from a vendor who has good technical staff. You should also check their certification like ISO/ CE and other quality standards.” Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015

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| CEO Advice | “My input to the buyers regarding machinery selection would be to evaluate the features that are required by you for your processes. Please do not beef up the product with an intention of having all the features whether required or not. Because every penny counts in the project stage. Whatever money you put in, requires a return to be paid to the owners. We have seen customers who use the bare minimum features for their machines and keep their investment on machine to the minimum and yet be a leading player in the tire business. Hence making of the functional specification is the most important. Please leave the detailing of the machine to the machinery manufacturers and demand the performance parameters. In some cases the project team starts to specify the design parameters of the machine, which is best left the Machine manufacturer. Select a supplier who is flexible and transparent. In the project situations there are always changes that would crop up. Hence you need suppliers who are ready to listen to the tiny requirements of the customer and be ready to meet the same with open and transparent manner.” Arul Shanmugavelu Chief Executive L&T Kobelco Machinery Pvt Ltd Select a supplier who is flexible and transparent. 10 (Excerpt from ‘Know A Rubber Leader’ published by Rubber Machinery World in June 2015) www. Harish Nene Chief Executive Pracsol Chemicals & Machinery racsol.com Practical Solution Quality comes with a price tag. “Purchasing machinery is a major investment. They need to be evaluated well. Quality comes with a price tag. If you remove the price, what remains is scrap which will produce nothing. Buying used equipment from good suppliers is very important because they will give working equipment and few companies like us can go a step further to provide all services to customers under one roof - from procurement till the consignment reach their manufacturing unit.” Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015

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KELACHANDRA MACHINES (MFRS. OF RUBBER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY) Chingavanam - 686 531, Kottayam, Kerala. India. Phone Off: +91- 481-2430325. Fax: +91- 481-2430596 e-mail: km1912@gmail.com

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| CEO Advice | 12 “Siemens scopes of supply are automation components like programmable logic and motion controllers, industrial PCs, drives and motors. Machines of all top tyre production machine vendors are equipped with Siemens components. And automation at Siemens starts not at PLC programming but already at the definition of a new tyre by our powerful PLM tools. Because of the wide-spread of automation across the factory it is essential for the total cost of ownership of a Peter Haan Head of Global Business Development OEM, Battery and Tyre Production, Industrial Automation Systems Siemens AG Does your automation vendor also supply PLM and MES to you? tyre plant: if there are many different automation suppliers combined in one factory, training and spare part cost will rise dramatically. Also it is difficult to implement new automation concepts towards Industry 4.0, because many different communication interfaces have to be served the nightmare for every MES manager! My advice: have a look on the scope of supply. Does your automation vendor also supply PLM and MES to you? If yes, this could be a very valuable partnership!” RMW Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015

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| MACHINERY | Internal Mixer: Top 25 Things You Should Know To Discuss With Your Rebuilder The first step to rebuilding your 'internal mixer’ is to select the right rebuilder. (Also check on our portal for ‘17 essential questions to select the right rebuilder for your internal mixer’). After, the mixer is disassembled and cleaned, a joint inspection (between the rebuilder and you/your company representative) should be conducted at work site. During this joint inspection, you will need to take or approve decisions on different critical components of the mixer. Some of these could be rebuilt, few repaired, very few reused as it is and some will have to be replaced fully. If you choose your options wisely here, you avoid being short-changed on the final scope of work and get the best Return on your Investment (ROI)......after all you would not want to pay for something that you can reuse! So, what are the 25 key things you should prepare for discussions on rebuilding your internal mixer? Lets list them. 1. Chamber (Drilled) Sides - Reuse or Replace. If the bore is out of tolerance and/or surface worn out, this component cannot be reused. Internal Mixers - Image From Kobelco 14 Some of these (critical components) could be rebuilt, few repaired, very few reused as it is and some will have to be replaced fully. 2. Rotors - Reuse or Replace. Some rotors can be reused by rebuilding the profile if they are not too old or not excessively worn out of shape. 3. Rotor End (RE) Plates - Replace. Rarely can this component be rebuilt. 4. End Frames - Reuse. In most of the mixers, this component can be reused unless the end frame casting has cracked. Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015

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| MACHINERY | 5. Bearings - Reuse or Replace. Rebuilders will recommend replacement on a cautionary note, however exceptions are possible if the bearings are new or not damaged during disassembly. 6. Dust Stop Assemblies - Replace. Always replace. 7. Oil injector - Replace. Always 8. Couplings - Reuse. Because these are long-life components. 9. Door Support - Reuse. In most of the mixers, this component can be reused unless there is a crack. 10. Drop Door Shaft - Reuse. In most of the mixers, this component can be reused unless excessively worn out. 11. Drop Door (Door Top) - Replace. This component usually exhibits higher wear and tear. Hence, unless it is new, usually recommended for replacement. 12. Latch Assembly - Reuse. In most of the mixers, this component can be reused as it is. 13. Linear Actuators - Reuse. Rebuild and service them after dismantling. 14. Throat Plates - Replace. This component wears out due to constant contact with floating weight. 15. Floating Weight (Ram) – Reuse or Replace. Depending on the condition. 16. Thermocouples – Replace. Always A View Of Mixer Spares at JM Warehouse, USA 17.Hopper - Reuse or Replace. Rebuilders will recommend replacement together with mixer body. Depending on the condition, this can be examined for reuse. 18. Hopper Front, Rear & Side Plates - Reuse. 19. Hopper Door - Replace. Always. 20. Piston Rod, Plates & Cup Seals - Replace. Always. 21. Grease & Oil Lube Assemblies - Replace. Always. 22. Hydraulic Cylinders - Reuse. Change the seals. 23. Hardeners & Fasteners - Replace. Always. 24. Seals & Bushes – Replace. Always. 25. Rotary Joints – Replace. Always Special Supplement - Rubber Machinery World | AUG 2015 15

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