PET Film Extrusion Lines Live at the House of Extrusion

PET Film Extrusion Lines Live at the House of ExtrusionBandera” the famous Italian machine manufacturer will start 2018 with an open house project for 4 months. From January to April 2018, the interested converters have the chance to visit the machines that have been built and will be delivered to customers. This is the brief of a news published at the issue no. 356 of macplasonline released an hour ago. According to the news:

A live demonstration of five PET rigid film extrusion lines will open Bandera’s 2018. From January to April, those lines dedicated to the thermoforming and form-fill-seal (FFS) sectors will be shown at the House of Extrusion, before being delivered to five converters based in Poland, Germany, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Indonesia.
The Alpha PPTM, Alpha VelPet and AlphaPet lines, complete and fully functional, will be available for trials and tests, enabling interested converters to check their performances and specific process requirements.
The PET processing technology available on these lines makes it possible to extrude thicknesses ranging from 0.12 to 2.20 mm and to reach outputs of 700 to 2,600 kg/h, to meet the highest standards required by new applications such as TDO label, furniture, credit card and packaging films.

Like all other issues, this issue of mcplasonline carries interesting titles about technologies developed in Italy and in the world. Some titles and their first para are:

POM production with reactor extruders;

At the end of the 80’s Maris received a very important and challenging request: to test our co-rotating twin-screw extruder as a “reactor” extruder, for the continuous polymerization of POM. This idea was born by a group of chemists from a North Eastern European Research Institute.

From monoextrusion to coextrusion to widen applications and market

Inoutic ranks among the leading European manufacturers of energy-efficient profile systems for windows, doors and roller blinds. Its product portfolio also includes terrace systems as well as facade and roof cladding made of wood-plastic composite and PVC.

Added value through matting

The trend towards matte surfaces is still continuing. For a few years now, new vehicle models with an extremely mat surface have become more common on the market, standing out clearly from the previous cars that had a metallic finish.

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PET Film Extrusion Lines Live at the House of Extrusion
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