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Processors’ Equipment Investment Plans Remain Strong in 2016
Gardner’s exclusive research forecasts total spending on primary processing and auxiliary equipment at its highest level since 2008.
Maag Buys Gala, RE Scheer
New powerhouse in pelletizers.
Solve Venting Problems on Twin-Screw Compounding Extruders
Compounds must be free of voids and volatiles or else the material will cause subsequent processing problems. Here’s how to ensure your venting is effective.
Maag Buys Gala
Both companies project 'perfect fit.' Each make underwater pelletizers and centrifugal dryers.
‘Wearable’ Machine Sensors Extended to Power Factor & Retrofits
As is often the case with a new technology, customers are dictating how predictive-maintenance sensors will be applied and where they might be headed next.
To Improve Feeder Performance, Start by Understanding Three Key Components
These are the screw trough, agitator, and the screw itself. It’s crucial to understand the different types and the advantages/disadvantages of each.
Chinese TPE Compounder Reshores to Chicago Area
New TPE compounder in the Midwest launched by a Chinese-born, U.S. citizen who already had a successful compounding operation in his homeland.
Reduction Engineering Scheer Names Canadian Distributor
15-year plastics veteran will sell the company’s line of pelletizers and pulverizers.
O’Neil Color & Compounding Expands New Jersey Facilities
An expansion in Tennessee is next.
Processor ‘Ties’ Business To Railroad Infrastructure
IntegriCo Composites expands and adds new capabilities to produce compression molded railroad ties from recycled materials.