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175 Meister Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876 US
|ZSE-100 twin screw extrusion pelletizing system|
Leistritz offers wide ranging twin screw extrusion technologies and services
Leistritz manufactures modular, high-speed twin screw extruders primarily for compounding, devolatilization, reactive processing, and direct extrusion for rates from 1 to 10,000 lbs/hr. Systems for pelletizing, film, sheet, fibers and profiles are supplied. Areas of specialization include equipment for heavy-duty compounding of filled engineered materials, as well as medical device and pharmaceutical installations. In addition to extrusion systems, a wide range of technical services are available, including custom engineering, a New Jersey process laboratory, and an ongoing Twin Screw Workshop training series.
Leistritz manufactures modular, high speed energy input (HSEI) twin screw extruders (TSE) with screw diameters from 16 to 18 mm . Areas of focus include TSE utilization for compounding, devolatilization, engineering resins, adhesives, reactive extrusion, foaming, and the direct extrusion of sheet, film, fibers, and profiles. Medical and pharmaceutical applications are a Leistritz specialty.
A full range of technical services are available, including custom and turnkey engineering, process optimization, inspections, on-site training, workshops. Fully equipped twin screw extrusion process labratories are available in the USA and Germany.
Leistritz manufactures modular, high speed energy input (HSEI) twin screw extruders (TSE) with screw diameters from 16 to 180 mm. Areas of focus include TSE utilization for compounding, devolatilization, engineering resins, adhesives, reactive extrusion, foaming, and the direct extrusion of sheet, film, fibers, and profiles. Medical and pharmaceutical applications are a Leistritz specialty.
A full range of technical services are available, including custom and turnkey engineering, process optimization, inspections, on-site training, workshops. Fully equipped twin screw extrusion process laboratories are available in the USA and Germany.
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