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Available in different specifications, this Plastic Extruder Machine is high in demand owing to its superior performance. The offered extruder is extensively used to produce long continuous plastic products like tire treads, wire coverings etc. It is also useful to produce various profiles which can be cut later. This extruder works by placing the plastic pallets in the hopper, melting them and passing through die to give desired shape. Plastic Extruder Machine is easy to operate and is quality tested on the parameters of functional life and performance.
Q: What is a plastic extruder machine?
A: plastic extruder machine is a device that is used to melt plastic pellets or granules and then extrude the molten plastic through a die to produce a continuous profile or shape. This process is called extrusion.
Q: What types of plastic can be extruded?
A: Most types of thermoplastic materials can be extruded, including polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polystyrene (PS), and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), among others.
Q: What are the components of a plastic extruder machine?
A: plastic extruder machine typically consists of an extruder barrel, a screw or screws, a motor, a hopper, a heater, a die, and a downstream cooling system. Some machines may also have additional components, such as screen changers, gear pumps, or vacuum pumps.
Q: How does a plastic extruder machine work?
A: The plastic pellets or granules are fed into the hopper of the machine, which then moves them through the barrel of the extruder. Inside the barrel, the plastic is melted by the heat generated by the heater and the friction created by the screw(s). The molten plastic is then forced through the die, which shapes it into the desired profile or shape.