Customized extruders, feed screws, drives and controls for wire and cable, pipe, profile, medical tubing, sheet, blown and cast film, blow molding, elastomers, compounding
, extrusion coating, reclaim/recycle, and fiber.
Complete line of single-screw compounding
extruders feature heavy-duty gear reducers, single- or multi-venting, sequential addition of ingredients, proven screw designs and advanced process controls.
On the other hand, consider using certain special compounding
additives such as PPA-790, which might reduce mold fouling in certain situations (ref.
The term bloom is commonly used to describe the surface exudation or separation of certain compounding
ingredients in either the uncured or cured state causing appearance problems.
Complete extrusion systems for compounding
, reclaim, pipe, profile, tubing, sheet, and cast film available as well as extruders for blow molding, fibers and blown film.
Supplier of corotating twin-screw extruders for compounding
, masterbatches, hot-melt adhesives, elastomers, food, reactive extrusion, and techno polymer industries.
Suitable for inline compounding
profile extrusion of material such as wood composites.
Wood-plastic composites remain one of the most active areas of compounding
For over half a century, Biltrite Industries has committed itself to attaining the highest standards in its custom rubber mixing and compounding
markets continue to be plagued with overcapacity, but there area still niche areas of growth to be exploited.
At 1800 rpm, it's a pilot plant capable of compounding
up to 800 lb/hit
Recently expanded custom compounding
capacity at its two U.S.
These process stages may consist of any combination of the following: Receiving of raw polymers and compounding
ingredients, storage; first pass mix; second pass mix: calendering; cold feed or hot feed extrusion; compression, transfer or injection molding; and continuous vulcanization or autoclave curing, etc.
Corotating, twin-screw compounding
extruders and pelletizing systems; twins-crew compounding
with direct in-line sheeting of filled and reinforced plastics; single- and twin-screw extruders for devolatilization and specialty applications; and single-screw profile extrusion systems from commingled reclaim, (See Compounding/Mixing Systems.)
elastomers for non-tire applications" is the title of a course to be presented by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee June 4-6.