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2016 preview | Machinery and equipment


Below: The Rafter pre-wash unit from Lindner Washtec


downstream Loop Dryer and includes three cleaning phases. First, a special conveyor screw pulls contami- nated shredded material under the water surface so that heavy contaminants such as metals, stones or glass can precipitate. Secondly, particles adhering to the plastic such as sand, soil or other contaminants are removed by a paddled rotor agitator. Finally, precleaned waste rises to the surface again from where it is delivered to the next process step – typically the dryer - by a feed screw. With a nominal throughput of 1,500 to 2,500 kg/h, the Rafter matches the capacity of today’s typical recycling


lines, according to Lindner. The system is also said to be particularly cost-efficient due to its energy-optimised drive system and low water demand of 3 to 10 m³/h. ❙ www.lindner-washtech.com


Maag will introduce its latest automatic underwater pelletising system in Dusseldorf, bringing together the best technologies from Maag Automatik and the recently acquired Gala and RE Scheer businesses. All compo- nents in the new system, including melt pumps, screenchangers, diverter valves, cutting chambers and hubs, cutter systems and tools, and controls, are sourced from Maag Group companies, the company says. www.maag.com


Maguire will launch a space-saving and simple-to- operate vacuum loading system for conveying pellets and regrind from storage to single or multiple blenders. The LoPro low-profile receivers protrude only 200 mm above the lid of the blender, providing a low centre of gravity that minimises the potential for sway on fast-cycling processing machines. Each receiver is self-controlled and connection and installation is


Stand A 42 Hall 15


FED-MTS


Sinzig – Germany info@feddem.com www.feddem.com


Best conditions for a scale up


FED-MTS stands for a variety of applications. The modular design of the co-rotating twin screw extruder FED 26 MTS can be extend with just a few steps from 32 D to 42 D, 52 D or more.


It is also ideal as a laboratory extruder – the technology is similar to those of the larger machines from the series and thus granted the proven gentle incorporation process.


FEDDEM GmbH & Co. KG Member of the Feddersen Group


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