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Published: 7/1/2010
Bioresins for Deep-Freeze Packaging

WEB EXCLUSIVE: In cooperation with a number of processors and converters, FKuR in Germany (U.S. office, FKuR Plastics Corp., Cedar Park, Tex.) has developed what is said to be the world’s first sustainable deep-freeze packaging made from renew...

Published: 4/1/2010
Rotary Melt Filter Allows More Reclaim in Film Lines

Tailor-made for blown film lines, the SFXmagnus from Gneuss, Matthews, N.C. is said to offer a large filtration area, which allows blown film processors to incorporate more reclaim in their product.

Published: 3/1/2010
Coreless Winders for Stretch Film

Davis-Standard, Pawcatuck, Conn., and NO.EL srl of Italy have signed an exclusive agreement to jointly supply inline coreless stretch-film systems.

Published: 2/1/2010
Layflat Film Gaufing & Control for Food & Medical Packaging

WEB EXCLUSIVE: A faster system with greater control and improved analysis of individual layer thicknesses in coextruded films—that’s what Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Wilmington, Mass., claims for its new blown film layflat gauging sys...

Published: 1/1/2010
Air Ring Directs Cooling Air Up and Down

Newly formed Reifenhauser Kiefel, Danvers, Mass., has developed an air ring that provides two-directional cooling, meaning that air is directed upward to the air lips and downward to an additional air exit closer to the die.

Published: 12/1/2009
New Alliance for X-Ray Sheet Gauging

Davis-Standard, LLC, Pawcatuck, Conn., has joined with Scantech Americas, Lansdowne, Va., to offer an X-ray transmission scanner for measuring sheet thickness.

Published: 11/1/2009
PVDF Film Can Now Be Biax Oriented

Parkinson Technologies Inc., Woonsocket, R.I., teamed up with Solvay Solexis, Inc., Thorofare, N.J., to produce what’s believed to be the first biaxially oriented PVDF film.

Published: 11/1/2009
Faster Blown Film Scanner

New from Kundig International Inc., Grand Prairie, Texas, the K-300 Rotomat KT series of blown film thickness gauges rotates continuously in one direction, unlike conventional scanners.

Published: 10/1/2009
Enhanced Film Sensor Has Wider Measurement Range

The upgraded FG710S Infrared Film Thickness Gauge from NDC Infrared Engineering, Irwindale, Calif., is designed for high-precision measurement of basis weight or thickness of single- or multi-layer films with capabilities the supplier says were prev...

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