Exploring the: Pipe, Profile & Tubing Extrusion Zone



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Oil’s the Answer for Pipe Processor’s Energy Savings
These days, processors are looking to cut energy costs by virtually any means possible.
Article Published: 3/28/2012
Take the Guesswork Out Of Profile-Cooling Needs
Think your downstream spray-type extrusion cooling lines might be longer than you need?
Article Published: 3/28/2012
UV Cure Solves LSR Processing Challenges
Extended cure times for thick parts and temperature sensitivity of pharmaceutical additives are two challenges for silicone molding and extrusion that can be overcome with new low-temperature UV curing technology.
Article Published: 3/27/2012
Conference Report: Bioplastics Are Breaking Out of Their 'Green' Niche
The excitement in the air of the recent Innovation Takes Root conference was a sense of arrival.
Article Published: 3/27/2012
Extrusion & Compounding at NPE: More Output, More Flexibility, Less Energy
There won't be many blown-film lines running, but there is still much in the way of innovation going on in extrusion and compounding.
Article Published: 2/23/2012
Custom Profile House ‘Flexes’ Processing Muscle
Specialty house avoids commodity markets and has entered the proprietary processing business with new product offering.
Article Published: 2/21/2012
New Acetals Star in Gears, Pipes & Hoses
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Ticona Engineering Polymers, Florence, Ky., recently showed off new applications for two of its newest Hostaform acetal copolymers.
Article Published: 1/4/2012
Lab Investment Pays Off For Major Tube & Profile House
Teel started a testing laboratory in 2010 to support quality assurance and new product development and to troubleshoot manufacturing issues as they arise.
Article Published: 12/27/2011
Orient PVC Pipe Without Water
Spanish pipe maker Molecor Tecnologia will be displaying at NPE 2012 in Orlando, Fla., a new method to orient PVC pipe that is somewhat akin to film-orientation technology.
Article Published: 12/27/2011
Extrusion Process Eliminates Assembly of Medical Catheter Shafts
Putnam Plastics Corp., Dayville, Conn. (putnamplastics.com), has developed new extrusion technology that replaces manually assembled medical guide catheter shafts with a single, three-layer component.
Article Published: 12/27/2011

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