Comet Plastic Equipment, LLC

Contact Information

Please visit: Comet Plastic Equipment, LLC

Mailing Address:
6555 Garden Rd. Unit 16
Riviera Beach, FL 33404 US

Toll-Free: 800-328-5088
Fax: 561-841-0400

Product Categories of Comet Plastic Equipment, LLC

  • Blenders (non-intensive) more (+)
  • Conveying Equipment (pneumatic and Mechanical) more (+)
  • Dryers for Resins more (+)
  • Feeders more (+)
  • Granulators more (+)
  • Hopper Loaders more (+)
  • Hoppers, Bins, Tanks more (+)
  • Hot-water or Oil-circulating Temperature Controllers more (+)
  • Metal Detectors, Separators more (+)
  • Metering, Proportioning Equipment more (+)
  • Optical Inspection Systems
  • Particle Screeners, Classifiers, Separators
  • Silos more (+)
  • Vision Systems

As seen in PT

  • Auxiliaries at NPE: News in Materials Handling, Cooling, Granulating, Welding, Testing, Decorating

    Auxiliary equipment takes in a broad range of functions, from materials preparation to post-mold finishing.

  • NPE News Wrap-up: Resin Dryers

    At least 16 companies introduced new dryers at the big show in Chicago. The new models span a range of drying technologies, but most sport features that save space and cost and make the dryers simpler and more reliable.

  • Improved Generation of Compressed-Air Dryers

    The new ERD Xpert series of compressed-air dryers from Fasti in Austria promises improved energy efficiency and more cost-effective hopper construction.

  • HOW TO COMPARE DRYERS? A Complex Challenge With No Simple Answers

    Is one type of resin dryer faster or more energy-efficient than another? That question prompts competing claims from suppliers—but very little concrete data. When one vendor performed controlled tests to get some answers, its results, published here for the first time, prompted further debate about the difficulties of making valid comparisons and the many complex issues involved in dryer selection.

  • A new cooling system for extrusion blow molding incorporates chilled moist air to boost production by up to 30%. The Compressed Air Chiller (CAC) Dry Water system from Fasti GmbH in Austria targets large containers (20 liters or more) and technical parts.

  • NPE 2006 News Wrap-Up: Fluid Temperature Control: Saving on Energy and Maintenance

    At NPE in Chicago, chillers and TCUs were put on a lean energy diet and redesigned for greater durability. Suppliers also added features while taking out cost.

  • At the NPE show in Chicago, Comet Automation Systems, Inc., Dayton, Ohio, rolled out an improved version of its PE-300 vision system featuring six times greater screen resolution, giving it the ability to sense ultra-small parts or product details in just 0.03 sec.

  • NPE 2006 News Wrap-Up: Materials Handling: A Host of Refinements and Updates

    NPE 2006 held no revolutionary changes in dryers, blenders, feeders, loaders, or conveying controls, but widely adopted improvements make the newest models easier to use and maintain—and easier on the budget, too.

  • What to See at NPE 2006: Injection Molding

    Energy-saving all-electric machines will continue to be a big draw at NPE, where new designs or upgraded models will be found in virtually every press maker’s booth.

  • What to See at NPE 2006: Heating and Cooling

    Most of the news at the show is in fluid-circulating mold-temperature-control systems.

  • What to See at NPE 2006: Materials and Parts Handling

    Dryers, feeders, blenders, loaders, metal detectors, level sensors, mechanical and pneumatic conveyors, silos, bins, pumps, filters, valves, box fillers, bag dumpers, and materials-handling control systems constitute one of the biggest categories of products on display at NPE.

  • NPE 2006 News Flash

    Injection MoldingSimplified Hot Runners Save Time & CostA new lower-cost hot-runner alternative to valve gating is suited to less critical cosmetic applications where users need predictable and reliable gate opening but not sequential gate operation.

  • Resin Dryers: Which Type Is Right for You?

    Processors today face bewildering choices of at least five basic types of dryers, whose capabilities are subject to conflicting claims from equipment suppliers. For the buyer, the most basic questions are: How much drying is needed for the job and which dryer types are up to the task?

  • Close-Up: NPE 2000 News in Materials Handling

  • NPE Newsfinder: Materials & Parts Handling

    From pneumatic systems that deliver materials to the processing machine to conveyors and handling devices that pull parts out the back, the trend appears to be “smaller and smarter.” NPE 2000 will show lots of downsized auxiliaries designed for mini processing machines, as well as more compact equipment of every size that frees up floor space.

  • Dryers Close-Up NPE 2000

  • In Auxiliary Equipment--Small Is Big

    Auxiliary equipment is shrinking to catch up with a growing market for small precision parts. Dryers, loaders, blenders, grinders, and chillers have all dropped in size for accuracy and fast product changeovers.

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