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brochure downloads This month’s free Simply click on the brochure cover or link to download a PDF of the full publication MTI: WPC mixer technology


Efficient mixing of fibre compounds WPC/NFPC/PPC and more


Due to the continuously growing consumption of fibre compounds in the past years producers are faced with the demand for rising production quantities. As a result especially in extrusion plants with high output capacities the trend is towards two-step processing. In the first step all raw materials are prepared to a compound in a heating/cooling mixer which allows for considerably more efficient processing in the following extrusion stage as a second step. The significant advantage compared to the one-step process in which all recipe components have to be mixed, dried and compounded in the extruder, is an increased output by 30 – 50 % combined with a considerably reduced wear – using the same equipment as before.


The MTI technology for the two-step process In a discontinuous mixing process in the Heating/Cooling Mixer Combinations type MTI Flex-line®


polymer binders,


fibers and additives are processed to a high-quality, dry and free-flowing compound. In PVC-based recipes the fiber is used as a filler and normally fed into the heating mixer at the beginning of the mixing process. The further processing is similar to the traditional preparation of PVC-U dryblend.


The process for polyolefin-based recipes is much more challenging and mixing temperatures can go up to 190°C. In the high speed mixer all recipe components are heated-up to the melting temperature of the polymer by means of special mixing tools designed for a high


Two-step processing can provide a 30-50% output gain when processing WPC compounds. This brochure from MTI Mischtechnik International explains how its Flex-Line mixers can be used in PVC-U dry blend applications.


MTI Mischtechnik International GmbH · Ohmstraße 8 · D-32758 Detmold Tel. +49 (5231) 914 0 · Fax +49 (5321) 914 299 · info@mti-mixer.de · www.mti-mixer.de


10/2013 ➤ Click here to download Comac: Compounding Lines


Detailing Comac’s complete range of twin screw extruders and associated equipment for compounding and masterbatch production, this brochure includes equipment specifications and application examples.


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Coperion: ZSK series extruders


ZSK twin screw extruders. The benchmark for maximum throughput and highest product quality in modern processing technology.


Three successful years


Over 26 pages, this comprehensive brochure explains the key design features of Coperion’s ZSK series compounding extruders, detailing specific features of each size and variant together with full performance specifications.


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Plasmec: mixing technology


PARTNER IN MIXING


YOUR


This 12-page brochure details the full range of mixing technologies available from Italy’s Plasmec, including heating and heating/cooling combination models for PVC as well as units for powder coatings and WPC.


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Promixon: HMX horizontal mixer


Developed for cold high intensity mixing of additives and powders, Promixon’s HMX series of horizontal mixers can handle batch sizes from 100 to 5,000kg. This brochure explains the main design features and covers control and weighing options.


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If you would like your brochure to be included on this page, please contact Claire Bishop cb@amiplastics.com. Tel: +44 (0) 1732 605976


The P Series pelletizers from Bay Plastics Machinery are specifically designed for the challenging task of cutting pultruded strand. This leaflet details the full range, which extends from lab to volume production models.


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