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EVENT PREVIEW | PLASTICS EXTRUSION WORLD EXPO


Right: Motan- Colortronic offers a wide range of materials handling


technologies


these developments, while continuing to develop new ideas and processes for improved mixing. � www.mixaco.com


Motan-Colortronic is a global manufacturer of peripheral units and systems for handling bulk solids. Its offering is based on in-depth expertise spanning the while process chain. The company develops solutions for plastics compounders, processors and for the chemical industry. Its systems are tailored to real-world applications, which helps to improve customers’ efficiency, productivity and competitive advantage. � www.motan-colortronic.com


NGR machines are used to recycle the waste generated by plastics processing companies and give the plastics a ‘second chance’ at the end of their life. The company has been building plastics recycling machines in Austria for more than 20 years. The machines turn plastics waste into high-quality pellets. A network of distribution partners and service representatives help custom- ers to extend the lifetime of NGR machinery. � www.ngr-world.com


Below: NGR’s recycling


machines boast high through- puts for processing internal plastic waste


Nordson is an expert in polymer processing solutions and its systems are used worldwide to melt, extrude and pelletise polymers. It has designed its products – from gear pumps to valves and coextrusion dies – to enhance the performance of polymer processes. Its BKG and EDI products and solutions help to enhance efficiency in polymer extrusion. � www.nordson.com


Norner is a leader in industrial R&D services in polymers. Based in Norway, it operates an ad- vanced technology centre for development and testing. It offers clients a full-service portfolio of


R&D, laboratory and strategic advice based on 40 years of industrial experience. Its pilot centre includes catalyst and polymerisation reactors, compounding extruders, thermoforming, and a variety of plastics extrusion lines. � www.norner.no


Plas Mec manufactures equipment and accesso- ries for mixing plastic materials (including PVC, PE, PP and ABS), technical and special polymers (including PA, PU, PET and PTFE), powder coating resins, wood-plastic composites, masterbatch, additives and pigments. It is also an expert in mixing systems for plastic powders. After more than 50 years in business, it has built and delivered more than 6,000 machines across the world. � www.plasmec.it


Plastic Systems produces advanced plastic solutions – including dryers, dosers, granulators and mixers – for a wide range of industries and applications. For instance, its VLM series of single- phase feeders convey plastic granules to process- ing machines. It also offers several types of doser – including volumetric, single-gravimetric and loss-in-weight – and dryers in a variety of sizes. � www.plasticsystems.it


Pontacol develops and sells thermoplastic adhe- sive films for industrial applications in the textile, composite, electronics, ballistic protection and personal care markets. The company extrudes and produces technically sophisticated adhesive films – not just for its own needs, but also as a contract manufacturer for third-party companies. � www.pontacol.com


Sappi is a globally diversified wood-fibre company 42 PIPE & PROFILE EXTRUSION | September 2021 www.pipeandprofile.com


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