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Kunststoffe international 2016/01-02

Third Screw Increases Particle Dispersion

Producing Masterbatches for Synthetic Fiber Applications

Third Screw Increases Particle Dispersion

Agglomerated particles often create trouble in the production and have to be avoided if possible. Therefore a triple-screw extruder is conceived as related system to the commonly used twin-screw extruder. The new design distinguishes itself by high mixing effects basing on increased shares of shear and elongational flows.

Dr.-Ing. Levente Szöke

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