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05-09-2013  |  5129x
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New heat-resistent feed roller

For an optimized pelletizing process

Automatik Plastics Machinery launches the new elastomer feed roller EL 24 for pelletizing systems with temperature resistance up to 170C.

This elastomer feed roller is especially designed to meet high demands in terms of abrasion and thermal loading. It has a higher thermal load capacity compared to conventional rollers in use.

The EL 24 also offers better frictional resistance and compression behavior than conventional elastomer feed rollers. The new roller is also easy to be recognized due to its white color. In addition, and important for the semiconductor industry, it is also silicon-free.

In compounding and masterbatch processes, feed rollers are exposed to various materials. The products are soft, brittle, abrasive and/ or very hot. Demands on the feed rollers are very high, particularly in relation to abrasive materials incorporating reinforcers such as fiber-glass or high temperature additives.

Besides that, feed rollers are also subject to continuous deformation due to the rolling motion as well as to compression by the inflowing strands.

Therefore Automatik offers various materials for feed rollers to meet the process requirements of your application.

The EL 24 feed roller maximizes your system availability and minimizes production costs.

Long-time tests by a variety of our customers imposing very high demands and subject to very high loading on feed rollers have demonstrated that using the EL 24 results in four to five times longer service life.

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