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Ring pelletizer features new cutter head design

June 1, 2004

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Ring pelletizer features new cutter head design

Ideal for reclaim, compounding, color concentration, or polymerization of filled and unfilled thermoplastics materials, a new water ring pelletizer uses an altered cutter head design to evenly distribute molten polymer to the die. This ensures continuous, uniform pellet production. A lift-and-turn separation of the lower cooling chamber allows for easy bed access and the stainless steel trough tank has a structural steel frame. Three models with throughputs ranging from 300 to 5000 lb/hr are available with remote control panels and an operator screen attached to the machine. The machine allows continuous production so there is no scrap or melt-flow interruptions. A slurry system controls pellet temperature, and light or heavy materials are conveyed without the formation of agglomerates and with fines management. Cumberland Engineering, South Attleboro, MA; 508-399-6400; www.cumberland-plastics.com

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