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New York Bagmaker Expands to Texas
Can liner firm Aluf adds capacity in Lone Star state.
Article Published: 3/13/2015
‘Breakthrough’ Technology Allows for Super-Swift Sheet-Thickness Changes
New system uses a single-point adjustment to change the lip gap and modify the lip land length at the same time.
Article Published: 3/6/2015
Entek Running World’s Largest Line for Lead-Acid Battery Separators
Machine-building sister company furnished the twin-screw extruder and most other line components.
Article Published: 2/24/2015
EXTRUSION AND COMPOUNDING AT NPE: The Word Is ‘More’
As in speed, power, quality, flexibility, layers, and efficiency. Those are the trends across all extrusion processes.
Article Published: 2/23/2015
Coextruding Blown Film Today Requires Deeper Understanding of Resin Rheology & Die Design
More film processors are investing in lines with nine or more layers. With more resin possibilities and combinations coming into play, it’s important to learn more about material rheology and compatibility, as well as die design.
Article Published: 1/27/2015
Novel Package Nabs Another Award
Third time Clear-Lam's PrimaPak has been acknowledged.
Article Published: 1/14/2015
How to Split & Clean Flat Dies
Notice a drop-off in quality of your flat film or sheet? It may signal that a die ‘split-and-clean’ is due. Here’s how to get going.
Article Published: 12/29/2014
BOPP Processor Focuses on Specialties
At one time, BI-AX International produced millions of pounds of BOPP film a year for a wide range of commodity products. But it has since transitioned toward higher-value niche products for medical and packaging.
Article Published: 12/29/2014
How Characterizing and Modeling Chemical Foaming Agents Can Help Your Process
Knowing ahead of time what will happen when your CFA produces gas can help you design or improve your process to boost quality and cost effectiveness.
Article Published: 11/24/2014
New Name, Brand Structure for Hilex Poly
Film and bagmaker and three sister companies will now be brands under Novolex umbrella.
Article Published: 11/3/2014

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