The Need For Pressure Measurement in Extrusion In order to maintain the dimensional stability necessary to produce extruded products that meet todays precise quality and tolerance specifications, it is necessary to keep both the output rate and the melt condition constant (1,2). Although it is not possible to measure these quantities continuously, closely related variables such as melt temperature, and constant melt pressure at the die, the output rate can be considered constant.Learn More
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We address issues such as the need to test polymers, the correlation of lab values to online production, and the impact of melt flow index and viscosity on part quality and profitability.
Understand technical aspects of how parameters change between laboratory standards and production and how advanced equipment today can adjust for these differences.
Dynisco, líder de mercado en sensores de presión y equipos de laboratorio para la industria del plástico, te invita a asistir a este Webinar donde vamos a presentar los beneficios de negocio del monitoreo reológico en tiempo real para operaciones de extrusión. Vamos a presentar casos de éxito desde la perspectiva de ahorros en costo. Vamos a presentar como funciona un reómetro en línea
Analyzing elastic properties and predicting flow instability of viscoelastic polymers is important for designing dies and flow systems in an extrusion process simulation or quality/process control purposes. This is even more essential for the processes that are involved with stretching of polymer melt such as film/sheet extrusion or blown film extrusion
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