Three sizes are now available, with the fourth soon to come.
Working in conjunction with customer Nampak, Velocity Equipment Solutions (New Castle, Penn.) is introducing two technology advances for the blow molding of HDPE containers.
Celanese material scientists have developed various traceability technologies to help customers avoid significant losses due to missed business opportunities, image-loss of brand, unwarranted claims for damages and patent infringement.
Polyfil's new CFA masterbatch used Vistamaxx propylene-based elastomer as a carrier which is said to deliver several processing and end-use advantages for foamed PP and thermoformed products.
Targeted to film, fiber, and monofilament markets is a new nylon 410 said to surpass other "green" nylons due to its much higher melting point.
The same high-quality print is offered by a simpler dry-offset plastic strap printer as its larger brethren.
These tones reportedly provide a "visual tactility", encouraging the consumer to reach out and touch.
Husky Injection Molding Systems has launched its next-generation HyPET HPP5 preform molding system, which incorporates numerous enhancements that reportedly allow for up to 12% productivity improvement.
Line produces film from 8-16 microns thick for both hand-wrap and machine-wrap applications.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: DSM Engineering Plastics claims it has made a breakthrough in nylon 6 blown-film processing for flexible food packaging with the development of its new Akulon XS.