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Right: Dow Corning will be showcasing its latest innova- tion in silicone- based additives


suppliers of organic, inorganic and pearlescent pigments as well as various additives. ❙ www.fortuneintltech.com


Fres-co System offers distinctive barrier packaging solutions for protecting the integrity of polymer resins and a range of other products. Its Termalock industrial sealer is an affordable and advanced solution to improve production efficiency, extend product shelf-life and reduce transportation costs. ❙ www.fresco.com


technology and innovation. Its silicone-based additives for plastics and composites are engineered to deliver novel and valuable material properties, and to improve the processability of compounds. ❙ www.dowcorning.com


Dreytek Performance Products is a distribution company that offers a broad array of specialty polymers and additives for compounded products. These include NPS chopped and milled PAN carbon fibres, Krefine carbon for ESD applications, Kitamura PTFE and ZY-PEEK. Liz.gershon@dreytek.com


Econ is an Austrian manufacturer of underwater pelletizing systems that now has a US subsidiary. Its pelletizers feature thermal insulation technology for quick and easy start-ups and improved temperature control across the die face. It also offers pellet drying systems and screen-changers. ❙ www.econ.eu


Entek is a major US-based manufacturer of co-rotating twin-screw extruders for compounding applications, including turn-key systems. Through its Entek Plus business unit, the group also supplies replacement wear parts, not only for its own extruders, but for other makes as well. ❙ www.entekextruders.com


Farrel Pomini produces a range of compounding systems including its FCM Farrel Continuous Mixer and its CP Series II Compact Processor, which combines a continuous mixer with an extruder. Both machines provide high-quality dispersion for highly-filled and highly-pigmented plastics formulations. ❙ www.farrel.com


Fortune International Technology is a distributor of colorants and additives with offices in Chicago, Cincinnati and Cleveland. The company has developed relationships with the largest ISO certified Chinese


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Imerys Graphite & Carbon supplies a range of specialty carbons for polymer compounds. These include Ensaco Timcal carbon blacks for adding electrical conductivity, plus Timrex Timcal graphite and coke powders. Timrex C-Therm grades are used for adding thermal conductivity. ❙ www.imerys-graphite-and-carbon.com


Japan Steel Works (JSW) is a major supplier of twin-screw extruders as well as support services and parts. Its latest TEX Alpha III series machines deliver high torque, screw speeds and durability. The Japanese company operates a technical trial centre in Novi, Michigan, USA. ❙ www.jswamerica.com


Kisuma America produces highly pure synthetic magnesium compounds, and claims to be the world’s largest producer of synthetic hydrotalcite. Its products are used as acid scavengers and halogen-free flame retardants by polymer production and processing industries around the world. ❙ www.kisuma.com


Leistritz is a leading German-headquartered supplier of twin-screw co-rotating extruders and complete compounding lines. Its ZSE Maxx models combine high torque with high free volume and are offered with screw diameters from 18 to 180 mm. The company’s US offices are located in New Jersey. ❙ https://extruders.leistritz.com


Maag produces a wide range of pelletizing systems including underwater, strand, belt-conveyor and drop-pelletizing designs. The group brings together the Automatik, Gala and Reduction Engineering Scheer businesses. In addition, Maag manufactures gear pumps and melt filtration systems. ❙ www.maag.com


MAS of Austria produces an innovative conical, co-rotat- www.compoundingworld.com


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