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EVENT PREVIEW | COMPOUNDING WORLD EXPO


Right: Farrel- Pomini’s CPeX laboratory sized compact processor


Entec Polymers Entec has an international supply network covering the US, Canada, Mexico and beyond and supplies a broad range of polymer compounds and concentrates, including functional polymers, engineering thermoplastics, additive and colour masterbatches, and resin modifiers. � www.EntecPolymers.com


Entek


Entek is a US-based manufacturer of turnkey production extrusion systems, twin-screw extruders, and components. It is a leading supplier of custom compounding, pelletising, and specialty sheet lines, offering twin-screw extruders and replacement wear parts for systems from 25mm to 250mm diameter. � www.entek.com


Entex Entex is a German manufacturer of planetary roller extruders for use as compounders, mixers, coolers, and devolatisers. Modular, multiple-zone designs are available for continuous processing applications, including reclaim/recycling, fibre processing, wood plastic composites. � www.entex.de


Below: Feddem’s


compounding machinery product line is built on its MTS models


Europiren/Gehring-Montgomery Europiren is the exclusive sales and distribution partner of Russian Mining Chemical Company, which produces products based on natural magnesium hydroxide (MDH) for use in applications including flame retardants in plastics compounds. Distributed in the US by Gehring-Montgomery. � www.europiren.com


Extreme Coatings Extreme Coatings has protected more than 50,000 feed screws over the past 23 years with its wear- resistant treatments. Its advanced thermal spray technology and proprietary ceramic, metallic formulations allow full encapsulation of complex components such


as screws with tungsten carbide. � www.extremecoatings.net


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Feddem Feddem has been designing and manufacturing co-rotating twin-screw extruders and ancillary equipment for more than 30 years. The company’s range includes the FED MTS series of turn-key compounding systems and recently-introduced ready-to-use LFT-PT long fibre pultrusion technology. � www.feddem.com


Fine-Blend Fine-Blend is a leading producer of polymer compatibilisers. Its technology platform includes design and polymerisation of different compatibilisers as well evaluation of their performance. It can also provide practical compounding data to support customers. � www.fineblend.com.cn


GreenMantra Technologies Clean technology firm GreenMantra uses a proprietary catalyst and patented depolymerisation process to upcycle and transform recycled plastics into value-added specialty polymers. It currently offers PE and PP polymer additives under the Ceranovus A brand name with plans to introduce a new PS portfolio this year. � www.greenmantra.com


Harwick Standard Harwick Standard is a full-service supplier of raw materials and additives for the plastics, rubber, coatings and adhesives markets. Its product line-up includes colour concentrates, blowing agents, impact modifiers, ATH and process aids. � www.harwickstandard.com


Helluva Container Helluva Container is a leading supplier of FIBC bulk bags and new and used Gaylord boxes across


www.compoundingworld.com


Farrel Pomini Farrel-Pomini offers a range of processing equipment for the plastics compounding industry including its CP-Series II Compact Processor for highly filled materials, CPeX laboratory machine, FCM continuous mixer and UMSD side discharge continuous mixer. The


product range also includes melt pumps and underwater pelletisers. � www.farrel-pomini.com


PHOTO: FEDDEM


PHOTO: FARREL-POMINI


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