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Extrusion/Compounding at K 2013: Having It All
Extrusion processors no longer need to chose among speed, quality, and flexibility, based on exhibits at K 2013.
Article Published: 12/18/2013
ADG Opens Technical & Rebuilding Center
Facility will showcase range of compounding and recycling equipment.
Article Published: 10/25/2013
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
Solve Seven Common Pelletizing Problems
Here's a quick how-to on keeping your pelletizing line churning out quality product.
Article Published: 8/27/2012
Extrusion & Compounding at NPE: Advances Push Efficiency Envelope
Blown film towers may have been scarce, but there was no shortage of new technology aimed at helping to make extrusion processors more profitable.
Article Published: 5/30/2012
How to Spec’ Screws & Barrels For Running Corrosive Materials
Here’s a guide to specifying screws and barrels that will last under conditions that will chew up standard equipment.
Article Published: 4/26/2012
A Pioneer in ‘Clean Compounding’
When Plastics Color Corp., based in Calumet City, Ill., established a new compounding plant in Southern California, the firm decided this couldn’t be an ordinary color/additive masterbatch facility.
Article Published: 6/27/2011
Energy Miser: Reducing Compressed-Air Usage
Many manufacturing sites operate on the assumption that compressed air is free. Usage is totally uncontrolled, and open air lines cost real money.
Article Published: 6/27/2011
On Site: Tailoring Medical Solutions… Sometimes in 50-lb Lots
Smaller volumes teams with higher quality and value as keys to the success of this growing medical compounder.
Article Published: 5/31/2011
How to Select the Right Pelletizer
To find the best solution for your production requirements, start with assessing the status quo, as well as defining future needs. Develop a five-year projection of materials and required capacities. Short-term solutions very often prove to be more ...
Article Published: 4/25/2011

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