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LAB COMPOUNDERS | MACHINERY


machine which can be adopted for batch production as well as for lab research,” says Reha Yelken, Sales and Marketing Director at Polimer Technics. The unit has a maximum drive power of 37kW, providing a screw speed of up to 1200 rpm. Output capacity is between 30 and 100 kg/h, depending on application. Staying in the same size range, JSW showed its TEX25αIII at the show. “The TEX25αIII is an upgrade version, especially in terms of its control system and software, with the advantage of simpler operation via a comfortable touch screen,” says Process Engineer Makoto Tojo. “Only two inputs are required - target throughput and screw speed - after which the software automatically and gradually boots the extruder to the set output.” Tojo says one of the reasons for developing the


new software was to provide compliance with the latest factory management IT systems. “Remote maintenance out of Japan or our Düssel- dorf tech centre, diagnoses as well as predictive maintenance, software updates and process optimisations can also be carried out on the customer’s systems via internet,” he says.


Maxi developments Labtech Engineering showed a new design of its 26mm twin-screw extruder. This is available in two versions, one with a standard 15kW motor and the


Left: The Poex T27 from Polimer Technics can be used for laboratory and small batch production work


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other, the Maxi26Compounder, with a 22kW motor giving screw speeds of 1200 rpm and a maximum output of around 120 kg/hr with highly filled masterbatch. The minimum batch size can be as low as around 1.5 kg, which the company says makes the unit suitable for both small sample batches and small production runs. In both power variants, the motor and gearbox


are fully enclosed behind sliding doors on front and back, with the front door featuring a large window for clear vision of the gearbox and torque limiter. “With the enclosed motor, the air from the motor cooling fan is entering and escaping at the bottom of the extruder body,” says Peter Jurgensen, the company’s President. “This ensures that no air is blown over the infeed section of


the barrel, preventing build-up of dust from powders in the compound.” He


Left: Labtech’s new 26mm unit is offered in standard and Maxi version with a 22kW drive


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