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  • Plastic Compounder's PET Project: Recycling
    . To make clean PET flakes, the bales go through cleaning and other processes, including manual separation to remove contaminants, grinding, washing, and drying. Additional extrusion and pelletization may also be involved. Recycled PET finds its way into carpet fibers, geo-textiles, and fiber fill
  • Plastics Processing Applications: Long Fiber Thermoplastics
    . Continuous Hot Melt. Textile Fiber. Continuous Gravimetric Extrusion Control System. Calcium Carbonate in Plastics Compounding. Conveying Urea. PVC Feeding & Conveying. Pharmaceutical / Nutraceutical. Food / Pet Food. Chemical. Nonwovens / Hygiene. Careers | About Us | Find A Rep | News
  • Plastics Processing Applications: Textile Fiber Production
    Urea. PVC Feeding & Conveying. Pharmaceutical / Nutraceutical. Food / Pet Food. Chemical. Nonwovens / Hygiene. Careers | About Us | Find A Rep | News | Literature & Downloads Process Equipment | Material Handling Systems | Service | Industries | Contact Us. Application Example: Production of Colored
  • Near Infrared ( NIR ) Applications with Miniature Fiber Optic Spectrometers
    powder. and solid forms. In certain cases this technique can. also be used for quantitative chemical analysis. There. are numerous industries where this technology is. Fig. 3: Plastic type 1 - PET (polyethylene terephthalate). being utilized to automate process applications such as. material sorting
  • Arthur G. Russell Co. and NTI Announce a Dual Break Through in Nano Fiber Production using New Die Design and Inexpensive Polymers.
    Dateline Thursday October 1, 2009 A series of tests at University of Tennessee lab under the direction of Dr. Gajanan Bhat produced nano-fibers in PP and two polyesters, PET and PBT. The latter are inexpensive fibers never before melt blown into nano-fibers so far as is known. The die was designed
  • Continuous-fiber Extrusions Make Strong Thermoplastics
    . Thermoplastics include polypropylene, polyurethane, PET, nylon 6, and PEEK, with other materials to be available in the near future. Reinforcing fibers are primarily glass or carbon fiber, but the process is suitable for aramids, metaramids, and other fibers. Here's a closer look at some other features
  • Less-sudden impact
    , N.J.: energy-absorbing safety belts. Conventional safety belts made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET) fibers tend to be relatively unyielding and, as such, transfer considerable force to an occupant's shoulders, chest, and pelvis. For example, such belts can exert about 2,000 lb at the torso
  • Medical Device Link . Medical Textile Structures: An Overview
    of the most important of these requirements are: Common fiber-forming polymers include cellulosics (linen, cotton, rayon, acetate), proteins (wool, silk), polyamides, polyester (PET), olefins, vinyls, acrylics, polytetrafluoroethylene. Medical Textile Structures: An Overview (MPB archive, Jan 98). Skip