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New Plastic ‘Lumber’ Uses No Wood
Intended to expand the property profile and application potential of polymeric wood substitutes, a new technology is available for license to make lightweight plastic lumber-type products that contain no wood fiber.
Article Published: 11/3/2012
New Owners for American Kuhne
The Graham Group, York, Pa., last month announced it had bought controlling interest in American Kuhne (AK), the Ashaway, R.I.-based manufacturer of extruders, screws, and integrated extrusion systems.
Article Published: 11/3/2012
Stop Those Drooling Dies
Die drool, or plateout, can cause a host of problems for extrusion processors. Here is how to stop the problem before it starts.
Article Published: 10/26/2012
The Role of Screw Design In Efficient Extrusion Of Medical Devices
For extruders of medical tubing, screw design plays a key role in maintaining dimensional control, physical properties, and more.
Article Published: 7/30/2012
Extruder Inspection & Vibration Analysis Detects Problems Early, Prevents Failures
Service is offered to all types of extrusion processors for all of types and makes of extruders and motors.
Article Published: 5/29/2012
‘RollTrusion’ Mates Rolled Metal & Extrusion
Crosshead extrusion is the typical means of coating plastics on relatively small substrates such as wire.
Article Published: 4/29/2012
New Player, Familiar Name In Downstream Extrusion Equipment
Bessemer Series debuts at NPE2012.
Article Published: 4/26/2012
New Player, Familiar Name In Downstream Extrusion Equipment
Baltimore-based Novatec Inc. rolled out the Bessemer Series of cooling tanks, pullers and cutters at NPE2012 last month in Orlando, Fla.
Article Published: 4/16/2012
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

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