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World's largest stretch-film line debuts in Austria

Austrian developer of extrusion technology SML (Lenzing) celebrated its 20th anniversary on July 1, 2015, by inviting several hundred guests to its facility for a demonstration of what may be the world's largest stretch film line.The company's MasterCast line reportedly achieves higher film production capacity than any other stretch film line on the market, offering 6 m of usable film width and 4,500 kg/hr output. Because of its width dimensions, the line can produce thin stretch film as well as thick, pallet-wrap film.

PlasticsToday Staff

July 14, 2015

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World's largest stretch-film line debuts in Austria

Austrian developer of extrusion technology SML (Lenzing) celebrated its 20th anniversary on July 1, 2015, by inviting several hundred guests to its facility for a demonstration of what may be the world's largest stretch film line.

The company's MasterCast line reportedly achieves higher film production capacity than any other stretch film line on the market, offering 6 m of usable film width and 4,500 kg/hr output. Because of its width dimensions, the line can produce thin stretch film as well as thick, pallet-wrap film.

The line incorporates six extruders and a 7-m-wide die and chill unit. Thickness measurement is performed via a twin-head, infrared gauge, and the system comes with a triple-turret W4000-25 winder producing rolls weighing up to 60 kg each (132 lb).

For smaller outputs, a 5/7-layer concept is also available.

SML is a global supplier of cast film and sheet lines, extruders, coating and laminating systems, spinning lines and related equipment.

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