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PUBLISHED: 11/5/2019

Resin Drying: Natural Gas Powered Process Heaters Offer Energy Savings

Conair says that with its GasTrac process air heaters, processors can realize energy cost savings of up to 70% by replacing electricity with natural gas as a heat source for dehumidifying dryers.

PUBLISHED: 11/1/2019

Resin Drying: Central System Offers Individualized Hopper Monitoring, Trending and Control

New system from Conair allows implementation of advanced control features on a per-hopper basis, including on older Conair dryers, as well as some competitive units.

PUBLISHED: 10/8/2019

Recycling: Innovations in Slow-Speed Granulation

New machine gives molders more flexibility in slow-speed modes. Range of other new granulators will also debut at K 2019.

PUBLISHED: 10/7/2019

Heating/Cooling: Advanced Mold-temperature Control at K 2019 Show

Larger electronic TCU and automatic mold blow-out function debut from Engel.

PUBLISHED: 10/7/2019

Additives: Novel Silicone-PE Hybrid Additive Technology for Wood-Plastic Composites

Dow’s Amplify Si PE 1000 Polymer System/processing aid enables stronger, more sustainable wood-plastic composites.

PUBLISHED: 10/7/2019

Blow Molding: Three-Layer Drum Machine Performs at K 2019

ST Blowmoulding touts advantages of continuous extrusion over accumulator heads for drums.

PUBLISHED: 10/7/2019

Blow Molding: Entry-Level Injection-Blow Machine

Jomar’s smallest machine, priced for first-time users, now has greater capacity.

PUBLISHED: 10/7/2019

Injection Molding: Tiny Cavity-Pressure Sensor Shrinks Further

Kistler’s ultra-compact sensor gets even smaller.

PUBLISHED: 10/7/2019

Injection Molding: News in Automation at K 2019

Three units of the Hahn Group showed new automation solutions at October’s K 2019 show in Dusseldorf.

PUBLISHED: 10/7/2019

Injection Molding: New Robots at K 2019

New high-speed, standard, and economical models debut from Wittmann Battenfeld.