Tag: extruders

Compounding and Pelletizing

Compounding and Pelletizing

| August 14, 2017

AET’s line of heavy duty compounding and pelletizing extruders, available in all standard sizes, can be supplied to a maximum L/D ratio of 50:1. The longer units allow multiple vent ports and/or side feed ports to be incorporated. They are supplied with custom designed “ADVANEX” feed screws incorporating a variety of mixing sections for superior […]

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Berlyn ECM Extruders

Berlyn ECM Extruders

| February 20, 2017

Berlyn ECM offers extruders which provide greater stability and longer system life that help our customers maintain a healthy bottom line. They benefit from the many innovative, customer-focused processes that we incorporate into the manufacturing of each extruder, including: Precision engineering of custom feed screws for a variety of materials, speeds, temperatures and pressures at […]

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Recycling Extruders

Recycling Extruders

| February 22, 2016

The Alpha series of recycling extruders is based around a revolutionary design dual diameter SST reprocessing screw. The geometry of the screw has been engineered to give high output and minimise process dwell time. The Alpha is designed to accept material directly into the SST screw and is particularly suited to reprocessing continuous trim and […]

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Single-Screw Plastic Extruders

Single-Screw Plastic Extruders

| February 15, 2016

R&B offers the MAX Extruder, a complete line of single-screw extruder machines ranging in size from 1″ to 10″ in diameter. The MAX Extruder can be utilized as a stand-alone extrusion machine or as part of a complete extrusion-system incorporating HMI controls and components by R & B. 2.5 inch 24 to 1 Max-Extruder  3.5 […]

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PROTECTOR-MF

PROTECTOR-MF

| July 28, 2015

Metal separator for extruders, injection moulding and blow moulding machines Even small metal particles in molten plastic can cause expensive and time-consuming damage to extruders, injection and blow moulding machinery. As the use of plastic regranulate increases so does the probability of metal contamination, potentially causing blockages in nozzles and filters. However, machine breakdowns, loss […]

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