Compounding & Masterbatch
Pulverizing of virgin
granules and compounds
produce granules that consist of mixture of various
plastic and rubber types as well as other additives.
The starting material
is present in granule form and must be pulverized in
order to increase the surface area of the base
material so that the additives, in form of pigments, UV
stabilizers, softeners and other materials, adhere well
to it. After compounding, granules are present in
many colors and must be partially pulverized again
before further processing.
has developed a very compact pulverization system, the
PM, in various sizes for these applications. The
throughput rates vary between 5 and 1500 kg/h.
The system consists of only
a few components that can be easily disassembled for
quick cleaning. The mill is manufactured in a
special process without any welding seams in order to
achieve smooth surfaces. Cyclone, piping and
ventilator are connected with snap buckles so that the
parts in contact with the powder can be quickly
disassembled. This is very important for the
preparation of the system when changing colors.
Well known compounding
companies worldwide work with these proven products from
PALLMANN and produce granules and powders of highest
quality for demanding applications in the injection
molding, extrusion and rotational molding fields.
Pulverizing System, type PKM is employed for the pulverizing
of virgin granules and compounds for the production of masterbatches. Heat sensitive
materials such as PS, PC, PA and other
thermoplastics can be processed at ambient
of Thermoplastic Waste
is a compact, fully automatic, and a proven
continuous system that converts light bulk density
into high quality, free flowing granules, which are
later used as valuable raw material in further processes.
The PALLMANN Agglomeration
process offers the unique advantage of material gentle
agglomeration with minimum heat and minimum
thermo-degradable damage; the material is heated up
with friction heat only and is agglomerated, within a
fraction of a second, right below the melting point.