The X2D6 is a new continuous blender from Process Control Corp. that handles throughputs up to 660 lb/hr.
New gravimetric blenders from Motan-Colortronic, Koch-Technik, and ProTec, plus an upgrade from Wittmann.
At its Competence Days open house in Austria in April, Wittmann Battenfeld GmbH (U.S. office in Torrington, Conn.) unveiled two new auxiliaries for plastics processing.
Two new solutions from Conair, Cranberry Township, Pa., are designed for use with its TrueBlend line of blenders to allow feeding thin, flaky regrind without repelletizing.
Processors using liquid colors and additives can now reportedly benefit from the accuracy and simplicity of gravimetric metering technology by virtue of the TrueFeed LQ liquid feeder from Conair, Cranberry Township, Pa.
The IND780batch stand-alone batch controller from Mettler Toledo, Columbus, Ohio, is said to provide advanced batching control technology while adhering to the ISA SP-88 Batch Standard.
Cascade mixing in the new TrueWeigh continuous gravimetric blender from Conair, Cranberry Township, Pa., is said to result in a more homogeneous blend, even when additives are dosed in very small quantities.
The newest member of the Guardian Series 2 family of gravimetric batch blender from Atlanta-based Process Control Corp., a 12-kg model, has a see-through mixing chamber door that allows for an unobstructed view of material in the mixing chamber.
They are both brushless and encoderless for far superior reliability and performance and longer life.
The new high-heat TrueBlend blender from Conair, Cranberrry Township, Pa., allows PET processors to keep recycled and virgin materials separated until just before they are fed to an extruder or molding machine.