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K 2013 Preview: Extrusion, Compounding, Recycling
Across all extrusion technologies, expect to see new standards in speed, quality, flexibility, and efficiency in both energy and material usage.
Article Published: 8/26/2013
New Film Line Is Quick to Purge
Processor sees color changes in less than 10 minutes.
Article Published: 7/29/2013
Reifenhauser to Unwrap New Extruder, Other Innovations at K 2013
New machine and novel approaches in blown/cast film, sheet, and wood composites touted.
Article Published: 7/29/2013
First Film Based on Nylon 410
Applications in flexible food packaging, building/construction, medical, more.
Article Published: 4/29/2013
Extrusion Without Discolored Specks
Specks are a common problem in extrusion, and avoiding them requires a two-pronged approach: First, figure out how many specks are in the incoming raw material; then minimize those caused during the extrusion process.
Article Published: 4/29/2013
First Film Based on Nylon 410
The first films made from EcoPaxx nylon 410 from Royal DSM of the Netherlands (U.S. office in Evansville, Ind.) have been introduced by DSM’s German development partner, MF-Folien, a leading expert in nylon film production.
Article Published: 4/11/2013
Novel Chill Roll Thwarts Corrosion
Elastomer replaces metal to extend life of unit.
Article Published: 3/28/2013
Make Thinner Stretch-Hood Films at Lower Cost
WEB EXCLUSIVE: A new, more sustainable stretch-hood solution developed by the Belgian polymer plant of Houston-based ExxonMobil Chemical Co. is now being expanded by the company to the resin packaging operations of all of its polymer plants, and can...
Article Published: 3/1/2013
Public, Private Sectors Join for Film Recycling
The Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources and two national business groups have announced a first-of a-kind, state-led partnership to expand film recycling.
Article Published: 2/26/2013
Packaging Powerhouse Does It All
Materials formulation, cast and blown film extrusion, sheet extrusion, printing, and laminating come under one roof at this processor.
Article Published: 2/26/2013

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