Extrusion

Battenfeld-cincinnati delivers 25 extruders to Chinese pipe manufacturer

By PlasticsToday Staff
Published: August 31st, 2014

A major pipe manufacturer in China has ordered 25 extruders from battenfeld-cincinnati (Vienna, Austria). Fourteen of the lines, which are equipped with high-efficiency dies to manufacture HDPE pipes with diameters ranging from 125 to 1600 mm, have already been installed and are operating to the satisfaction of the customer. The remaining lines will be installed and commissioned within the next few weeks, according to battenfeld-cincinnati.

Swiss masterbatch specialist Sukano appoints new CEO

By Karen Laird
Published: August 30th, 2014

Masterbatch producer Sukano AG (Schindellegi, Switzerland) has announced the appointment of Michael de Braaf as its new CEO. De Braaf, who has served the company since March 1, 2014, as Head of Sales, was unanimously elected to this new position by the Board of Directors of Sukano AG. In addition to his new tasks as CEO, he will continue to head the sales team.

Annual sales of products made using MuCell extrusion technology exceeds $100 million

By Clare Goldsberry
Published: August 26th, 2014

MuCell Extrusion is finally coming into its own as an in-demand technology for producing extruded plastic products. For the first time in the company's history, the sale of plastic extrusion products made using MuCell Extrusion technology has exceeded $100 million in sales over a 12-month period, according to Mark Lindenfelzer, president of MuCell Extrusion.

Dyna-Purge introduces new purge compound for a wide range of applications

By PlasticsToday Staff
Published: August 26th, 2014

Shuman Plastics has introduced its new Dyna-Purge D2, a technology that reportedly enables users to purge more plastics with just one product. The new Dyna-Purge D2 delivers ease of use through its scrubbing formulation and wider processing temperature range, making it an ideal for injection, extrusion, compounding and blowmolding applications.

According to Dyna-Purge VP Tim Cutler, the new purge compound is "able to do the heavy lifting other commercial purging compounds can't handle."

KOPLAS 2015 to showcase plastic technology innovations in South Korea

By PlasticsToday Staff
Published: August 26th, 2014

"Plastics, Join the World" is the theme of KOPLAS 2015, which will be held from March 10 to 14 at the KINTEX Exhibition Center in Goyang, South Korea. Organized by Korea E & Ex Inc. and Korea Plastics Processing Machine Industry Cooperative, the event is designed to showcase innovations and technologies shaping the plastics industry in South Korea and beyond.

Surging demand for Molecor PVC-O and large-diameter pipe

By Clare Goldsberry
Published: August 20th, 2014

The market for PVC-O pipe has seen huge growth numbers over the last eight years, according to estimates provided by Molecor (Madrid). Also growing is demand for increasingly larger pipe diameters. Molecor has seen tremendous growth in molecularly oriented PVC pipe, which was developed as an improvement to conventional PVC pipe. 

Euromap to introduce energy label for plastics and rubber machinery

By Karen Laird
Published: August 20th, 2014

The European umbrella association for plastics and rubber machinery manufacturers, Euromap, is planning to introduce an energy label for plastics and rubber machinery. An important European industry - the sector comprises some 3,700 companies with 100,000 employees  - energy efficiency has in recent years become a major theme.

Helix Medical's Baldwin Park, CA, facility earns FDA registration

By PlasticsToday Staff
Published: August 19th, 2014

Helix Medical, a contract manufacturer that provides silicone and thermoplastic molding and extrusion services, has obtained FDA registration for its facility in Baldwin Park, CA.

"The registration was driven by a customer who approached us with the need to manufacture a new product requiring FDA registration," said Steve Gilder, Director of Quality, in a prepared statement. "We have continuously expanded our range of services at the Baldwin Park operation in recent years, and we are now able to offer our customers finished device manufacturing."

New rotary union satisfies broad range of applications

By PlasticsToday Staff
Published: August 15th, 2014

The new DWA Series rotary union from Duff Norton (Charlotte, NC) offers a reliable and economical way to meet a broad range of process heating and cooling requirements. Designed for applications where water, oils, or noncorrosive fluids reach a maximum temperature of 200°F (93°C), it is suited for applications involving the processing of plastics and rubber as well as flexible packaging and printing operations.

Material handling systems designed for precise performance, minimal maintenance

By PlasticsToday Staff
Published: August 15th, 2014

Resin dosing, blending, and material handling systems engineered for accurate performance and minimal maintenance by Sysmetric (Afula Illit, Israel) are available in the United States and Canada through CMD Corp. (Appleton, WI).

Commonly sourced parts and reliable systems ensure easy maintenance, requiring little to no service. Standard industrial PLCs are used.

The benefits of Sysmetric dosing systems include optional line, yield, output, and layer controls.

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