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COMPOUNDING WORLD EXPO | EVENT PREVIEW


Kennametal Kennametal’ Conforma Clad provides wear protection solutions for twin-screw extruder barrels. Its novel cloth delivery system enables densely-packed tungsten carbide to be uniformly applied to provide a metallurgically-bonded protective barrier. � www.conformaclad.com


Kisuma Kisuma Americas provides a range of additives based on its magnesium technology, including Alcamizer heat stabilisers for PVC, Kisuma 5 halogen- free flame retardants, and DHT 4A/4V halogen scavengers. � www.kisuma.us


KK Kompounding Tech Giant KK Kompounding Tech Giant (formerly Technovinyl Polymers) manufactures polymer compounds including SEBS and SBS thermoplastic elastomers, TPU alloys, nano-engineered PP compounds, halogen-free flame retardant wire and cable compounds, TPVs and PVC compounds. � www.kkthelittlegiant.com


Konica Minolta Konica Minolta Sensing Americas provides advanced optical measurement technology that makes it easier to develop high quality products and to communicate colour standards internally and throughout the supply chain. � www.konicaminolta.us


Krauss Maffei Berstorff KraussMaffei Berstorff provides high-performance compounding extruders ranging from lab to high volume production units, including its energy optimised ZE BluePower and performance E-UTXi and ZE Ultra Torque models. The company also offers a range of feeders and PVC pelletising systems. � www.kraussmaffeiberstorff.com


Lanier Color Lanier Color Company specialises in the production of custom colour concentrates for thermoplastics. It focuses on supplying high quality products with proven weather resistance for a wide range of end markets. � www.laniercolor.com


Leistritz Leistritz Extrusion manufactures co-rotating intermeshing twin screw compounding extruders with screw diameters from 18 to 260 mm. It also offers a full range of peripheral


equipment, including die heads, degassing units, feeders and vacuum ports. Its most recent introduction is an in-line rhemoetry measurement system. � www.leistritz-extrusion.com


Lubrizol Engineered Polymers Lubrizol offers innovative polymer compounds for demanding applications, including flame-retardant solutions for wire and cable, a range of conductive polymers for protecting electronic devices, and structurally reinforced materials for lightweighting and metal replacement. � www.lubrizol.com


Lushan


Guangzhou Lushan New Materials is one of the largest manufacturers of functional polymer compatibilisers and adhesive materials for engineering plastic compounds and the recycling industry. It has products suitable for PP, PA, PE, HFFR and WPC applications. � www.cnlushan.com


Maag Americas Maag Americas offers dry-cut and wet-cut strand pelletisers, underwater pelletisers, gear pumps, screen changers, pulverisers, colour mixing systems, centrifugal pellet dryers, and pellet production systems. Group brands include Maag Pump Systems, Automatik Plastics Machinery, Gala Industries, Reduction Engineering Scheer and Ettlinger. � www.maag.com


Maris


Maris is a European leader in the production of extrusion lines for compounding of polymer materials including organic pigment masterbatch,


www.compoundingworld.com


Left: One of the most recent additions to the Leistritz product family is this in-line rheometer


Above: A Primo 200e pelletiser from Maag Americas


Left: KraussMaffei Berstorff’s BluePower machines are optimised for energy- efficient production


April 2019 | COMPOUNDING WORLD 49


PHOTO: LEISTRITZ


PHOTO: KRAUSSMAFFEI BERSTORFF


PHOTO: MAAG


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