Dynisco Plastics

Contact Information

Please visit: Dynisco Plastics

Mailing Address:
38 Forge Pkwy.
Franklin, MA 02038 US

Phone: 508-541-9400
Toll-Free: 800-396-4726
Fax: 508-541-6206

Product Categories of Dynisco Plastics

  • Flame/Smoke Testers
  • Hydraulic Components and Systems
  • Machine Monitoring/Alarm Systems
  • Moisture Analyzers
  • Other Testing/Analysis Equipment
  • Physical/Mechanical Properties Testers
  • Pressure Controllers, Monitors more (+)
  • Pressure Sensors, Transducers more (+)
  • Recording Instruments
  • Rheometers, Viscometers, Melt Indexers
  • Temperature Controllers, Monitors
  • Temperature Pyrometers, Sensors, Thermocouples

As seen in PT

  • AUXILIARIES: Easy-To-Use Controllers and Indicators

    Compact units are meant for 'rugged' processing applications.

  • New Device Senses Extrusion Melt Pressure Directly

    A new type of melt-pressure sensor from Dynisco Plastics, Franklin, Mass., is said to be the first such device to sense pressure directly, without using mechanical structures or liquid-fill media.

  • 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.

  • K 2010 Preview, Extrusion More…Layers, Output & Quality

    In most segments of extrusion technology, the word at K 2010 is more.

  • Compounding & Mixing at NPE 2003

    Torque levels and output capacities of corotating twin-screw compounders coming to NPE are higher than ever.

  • New Pressure Transducer For Food & Medical Extrusion

    Processors of extruded products for food or medical applications have a new option in pressure transducers that gives improved performance at competitive cost.

  • NPE News in Extrusion

    This NPE show won’t have a lot of extruders on the floor, either running or static. Instead, look for videos and announcements of new technology. You will also find lots of ingenious peripheral devices to improve output and quality and save resin. Some will do all three, and cost less into the bargain.

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE Two suppliers have introduced three new pressure instruments, primarily for extrusion, though they could be used in other plastics processing applications: The SPX-T temperature-compensated pressure sensor from Dynisco Instruments, Franklin, Mass., has a built-in RTD temperature sensor.

  • Rheometer for Polyolefins

    A dynamic mechanical analyzer designed for polyolefins reportedly uses advanced software to gather a wider range of rheological data more easily and quickly than previous systems.

  • Dynisco Instruments, Franklin, Mass., has just launched its first multi-loop controller, using PID algorithms similar to those offered in its discrete single-loop temperature and pressure controls.

  • Are Networked Process Sensors In Your Future?

    The latest fashion in machine controls is to network temperature and pressure sensors with fieldbus protocols for faster, more accurate data acquisition, built-in sensor diagnostics, and better machine uptime.

  • What to See at NPE 2006:Testing and QC

    There’s never been a better time to outfit your lab or QC inspectors with testing and measuring instruments.

  • Rheometers: Which Type Is Right for You?

    Capillary and torque rheometers are good for simulating processing conditions, troubleshooting, and QC. But dynamic rotational instruments can tell you more about a resin's molecular structure.

  • NPE Newsfinder: Control and Monitoring

    Visitors to NPE can get a taste of how the Internet will serve as a gateway connecting processors to their process or linking customers to their orders.

  • The Latest Instruments For Testing & QC

    The huge triennial plastics exhibition in June showcased new developments in product inspection and lab instruments for testing mechanical properties, melt rheology, weatherability, color, and appearance.

  • Outfitting Your Lab: Part I - How to Buy Melt Indexers

    This first installment in a series on buying commonly used lab equipment highlights how computerization and automation have improved the accuracy and repeatability of melt-flow testing.

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