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COMPOUNDING WORLD EXPO | EVENT PREVIEW


BASF Colors & Effects The Colors & Effects brand includes BASF’s colorants and effect pigments for the coatings, plastics, printing, and cosmetics markets. Learn more about Deep Gloss and Living Coral - Pantone Color of the Year 2019. The latter has been implemented in a new family of plastics shades. � www.basf.com/us


Apex Engineering - Modular Extrusion Apex Engineering and Apex Controls Specialists offer a range of modular compounding systems. Its CME (Compounding Modular Extrusion) line allows the customer to select equipment and control platforms to meet their specific manufacturing requirements. � www.apex-engineering.com


Asbury Carbons Asbury Carbons provides carbon and graphite and non-carbon additives to enhance thermal and electrical conductivity, friction and wear performance, structural reinforcement, processing, and fire resistance. It is also a leading producer of graphite nanoplatelets. � www.asbury.com


AZO Founded more than 70 years ago, AZO is a market leader in custom-designed material handling systems for the plastics industry. Its turnkey solutions include unloading, storage, conveying, screening, feeding, weighing, filling, and process control. � www.azo.com


B&P Littleford B&P Littleford’s product range for the compounding industry includes twin-screw extruders, continuous kneaders and the TriVolution line of compounders, as well as an extensive range of horizontal batch mixers. Equipment ranges from laboratory extruders to high-performance turnkey compounding systems including material feed and downstream equipment. � www.bplittleford.com


Baerlocher Baerlocher is a leading supplier of additives for plastics compounding. Key products include Baeropan additive one-packs for PVC, Baerostab liquid stabilisers, Baeropol additive systems for polyolefins and Baerolub lubricants. All are available in a variety of forms and formulations. � www.baerlocher.com


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Bay Plastics Machinery Bay Plastics Machinery offers a complete line of strand pelletisers, conveyors, water baths, air knives/strand dewatering units and spare parts. It also provides customers with a range of essential support services including rotor sharpening, rebuild/repair and technical support. � www.bayplasticsmachinery.com


Bekaert Bekaert is a leading producer of stainless steel fibre solutions for application in electrically conductive and shielding thermoplastics and elastomers. Materials are available in continuous bundles or grains and are suitable for compounding and injection moulding processes. � www.bekaert.com


Bergen International Bergen International supplies chemical foaming agents for low-density foaming processes. Its Foamazol chemical foaming agents can provide improved physical properties, reduced polymer usage, and increased throughput. � www.bergeninternational.com


Birch Plastics The Birch Plastics Recycling and Virgin Resin Divisions supply post-industrial regrind, reprocessed pellets and virgin resin including HDPE, LDPE, LLDPE, and all types of PP. The company also offers R&D scale up compounding, high-intensity powder mixing and lifecycle testing services. � www.birchplastics.com


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Baerlocher’s additive products are available in a variety of formats, including easy-to-handle pastilles





B&P Litttleford’s compounding machinery range includes the TriVolution products April 2019 | COMPOUNDING WORLD 41


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