Luigi Bandera Meccaniche S.p.A. of Milan, Italy, and Processing Technologies International (PTi) LLC, Aurora, Ill. have teamed up to furnish sheet extrusion systems for processing 100% reclaimed PET or PLA flake without need for drying and crystalli...
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.
Bielomatik, Inc., New Hudson, Mich., has launched a machine that offers three different welding methods.
A sheet extruder of recycled PET eliminated the need to pelletize its scrap before reuse by equipping a line with a self-cleaning screen changer and gear pump supplied by Maag Pump Systems, Charlotte, N.C.
Davis-Standard, Pawcatuck, Conn., and Gneuss, Matthews, N.C., have joined forces to supply a PET sheet line that requires no material predrying and offers throughput rates of up to 2000 lb/hr.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Harmo Co. of Japan (represented here by Maruka U.S.A.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: At last month’s Drinktec exhibition in Munich, Germany, Sidel of France introduced new technologies and services to produce more PET bottles faster with less energy consumption.
Customers requested enhanced process control, faster tool changes and setup, and increased speed and efficiency of the welding process.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Spartech Corp., St.
Processors making PLA film and sheet, especially oriented PLA, have kept mum about how they reprocess their scrap.