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WRH Industries Offers Patents Pending Demoulding Stations

Fall River, MA USA – January 24, 2022 – WRH Industries, Ltd., a world leader in the design and manufacture of moulds, trays, containers, boxes and bins, offers patents pending automated pneumatic demoulding stations, supporting edible, gummy, hard candy, chocolate and chew applications for confectionery, edible and pharmaceutical industries.

“Our easy-to-clean stainless steel pneumatically powered demoulding stations eliminate the need for hand labor and can demould more than 100 cavities in a three to five seconds stroke,” said Paul Bartley, vice president of WRH Industries. He continued, “We provide fast and accurate demoulding on a portable station that weighs only 35 to 50 pounds. And, to make it even easier, WRH curing and cooling trays can fit right underneath, collecting your product, all in one step.”

Matched die designs ensure safe and accurate demo

WRH Industries, Ltd. is celebrating more than 60 years serving the specialized needs of today's domestic and international companies. By designing, engineering and manufacturing high- performance, durable, and recyclable plastic handling containers, WRH has firmly established itself as a leader supplying the manufacturing, processing, confectionery, foodservice and pharmaceutical industries. WRH is dedicated to developing material-handling solutions, implementing reusable programs, and, of course, creating high-performance standard and custom-molded products.

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