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HP-torque co-rotating EXTRUDER for ADVANCED COMPOUNDING –New
Plast 2018- We will exhibit a 40 HP-torque extruder (HP-t) characterized by an increased torque capability up to 18 Nm/cm3 and a nominal D/d ratio of 1.55. With this new family of extruders ICMA completes its range of extruders in terms of power, volume and working speed, and is therefore able to propose the most technically suitable solution according to the required formulation. In particular, this HP-t family is designed for processes requiring high specific energy like many techno polymers, thus allowing increasing productivity (kg/h) and quality of the final product.
The extruder on display is also equipped with the innovative I-Smart solution developed by ICMA, with sensors that enables preventive diagnostics in line with industry 4.0 philosophy with the final objective to maximize efficiency at machine and factory level.
The HP-t family of extruders combines power and intelligence representing the most advanced frontier in the field of advanced compounding.
HT co-rotating EXTRUDER for ADVANCED RECYCLING of “light” foil flakes like film and foils with low bulk density – New
This extruder incorporates innovative solutions to process waste materials with low bulk density. This extruder displays innovative technical features that are inspired by our most advanced compounding lines and is therefore unique in its kind compared to similar extruders available in the market.
The proposed extruder represents one of the many solutions made available by ICMA in recycling and biopolymers to face with success the challenges posed by the circular economy.
DIRECT EXTRUSION SYSTEMS with co-rotating twin screw – New
Sole supplier – with no compromise – for systems specifically designed for extruding blends and obtaining, starting also from raw materials, coextruded sheets or foils by means of calenders of our own design and construction.
Super-efficient systems, suitable for technical products aimed at quality and production yields.