Please visit: Pelletron Corp.
1866 Colonial Village Ln.
Lancaster, PA 17601 US
DeDusting solutions for the plastic processing and plastic manufacturing industry
Pelletron is a full service partner focused on delivering quality solutions to its partner-customers in the plastics industry. Pelletron began in 1986 by providing DeDusting solutions to plastic processors. The DeDusters helped plastic molders and extruders achieve near perfect end-products with extremely low scrap rates. Today, Pelletron is respected as the worldwide leader in DeDusting technology with a full-service network and satisfied customers located around the world. Pelletron has expanded its services to provide plastic manufacturers and compounders with a full range of solutions, including turnkey pneumatic conveying systems and a full line of conveying components. Pelletron also offers a complete series of in-line and off-line DeDusting systems for the removal of dust and streamers. Pelletron is committed to providing the highest level of quality, service, and expertise to its Bulk Material Handling customers around the world. In fact, this commitment runs so deep in the company’s culture, it was necessary to create a word that described our passion: The word is Bulkmatology™, The Nature of Bulk Material Handling.
Founded in 1986, Pelletron Corporation began providing DeDusting solutions to processors and manufacturers in an array of applications including plastics, recycling, automotive, medical equipment, mining, and food. With its patented DeDuster, Pelletron has helped thousands of companies around the world to improve their production processes by separating contaminants from virgin and recycled materials before processing. Today, Pelletron is recognized as the worldwide leader in DeDusting solutions and offers 12 different models with processing capacities of up to 200,000 lbs/hour. In 2003, Pelletron Corporation expanded it’s service in the Bulk Material Handling Industry by offering a full range of components including Rotary Valves, Diverter Valves, Pellbows™, special Dust Collectors and Accessories. Pelletron's System-Design Team specializes in the design of dilute and dense phase conveying systems with over 100 combined years of experience - from planning and logistics, to start-up and support. Pelletron’s business principal is simple; "Do it right the first time."
Pelletron Corp., Lancaster, Pa., has made enhancements to two of its most popular Deduster models.
Industry 4.0—the internet of things—is bringing a new level of connectivity to auxiliary equipment. Here’s a rundown of developments there, along with other news in auxiliaries from the show.
These are key trends in the many kinds of auxiliary equipment displayed at this month’s show. You’ll also see equipment designed to be virtually ‘foolproof.’
Redesigned deduster developed specifically for injection molding and more.
Capacity is 80 tons/hr.
Aimed at dry powder bulk materials, system is completely enclosed.
It’s hard to generalize about auxiliary equipment, but a few trends stood out at K, including: greater energy efficiency, ease of maintenance and cleaning, controls that provide more real-time and historical process information and greater ease of use.
AGS Technology Inc. in Schaumburg, Ill., was started in 1995 with a simple concept: to be the low-cost custom injection molder of automotive parts by using recycled plastics formulated to exacting quality standards.
At K 2013, a compact new De-Duster mounts atop molding machines.
Pelletron system eliminated streamers were gone and cut the dust level down to a range of 30 to 50 ppm.
Auxiliary equipment takes in a broad range of functions, from materials preparation to post-mold finishing.
There will be an extraordinary range of new auxiliary equipment on display at the show.
Angel hairs wreak havoc on plastics processing: clogging filters, plugging conveying lines, causing feed problems at the blender, and jamming up machine throats. Here's how to prevent their formation.
For high-volume pneumatic conveying in plastics resin and compounding plants, the standard today is dense-phase conveying, whereby the resin moves in “plugs” with low velocity and high pressure.
From materials drying, feeding, and blending to process heating/cooling, scrap reclaiming, testing, welding, and decorating—the K 2010 show this month in Dusseldorf, Germany, will have news in all categories of auxiliary equipment.
Visitors to the recent NPE 2009 show in Chicago were looking for materials handling equipment that could do more than dry, blend, or convey resins. It had to do those things while saving energy, providing faster and easier maintenance, speeding product changeovers, reducing labor cost, minimizing waste, and providing better value for money. The new products cited below addressed those needs and more.
A compact dedusting unit for resin pellets and regrind is suited to spaces with restricted clearances.
Two new rotary valves with patented anti-shearing device and double lip seals were introduced for conveying pellets and granules by Pelletron Corp., Lancaster, Pa.
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.
Five exhibitors at the recent NPE show in Chicago brought out devices for dust control in materials handling: The newest version of DeDuster technology from Pelletron Corp., Lancaster, Pa., is the XP Series (photo), which is more economical, more energy efficient, and half the height of previous models but has twice the cleaning area for higher throughput.