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Brückner Maschinenbau at Interplastica 2018 Latest film stretching technologies focusing on Russian trends

 |  Subj: Machinery

At Interplastica 2018 in Moscow (Hall 02, Booth 22C16) Brückner presents new developments, supporting Russian, CIS and Eastern Europes plastics film producers to satisfy the needs of local and export markets.

BOPET: Highly flexible solutions for various demands
For an efficient production of both, BOPET packaging and technical films, Brückner shows a wide range of lines, from 6.7 m to 10.4 m working widths, from 20,000 tons output per year up to more than 40,000 tons. Brückners lines allow film producers to use local resins: The advanced twin screw extrusion technology stands for improved melt quality, also eliminating energy-consuming crystallisation and drying of the resin. Another highlight: MD stretching technology for stretching ratios above 4.5, allowing lower pinning speeds and leading to unique mechanical film properties.

Brückner Maschinenbaus latest 10.4 m technology stands for an extreme flexibility regarding a wide product range, fast product changes, easy operation, optimal production stability, minimized operating costs per unit output, and a reduced specific energy consumption.

BOPA: Various line types for outstanding high barrier films
In Russia and the CIS the demand for high quality food packaging is constantly rising. BOPA film is the first choice for packing fresh or frozen fish, ham and sausage, rice and grain, liquid foods or for vacuum packing. Another growing sector for BOPA film are medial applications. The reason is its excellent gas, fat and aroma barrier, exceptional mechanical strength, and also high resistance to impact, puncture and pinholing for tough packaging demands.

At Interplastica, Brückner presents the latest simultaneous and sequential BOPA line concepts, with a working width of 6.6 m, high line speeds and special features such as isotropy or shrink online adjustment for a superb production efficiency.

News from the R&D department
Interplastica visitors will also get information about the latest developments at Brückners Technology Centre, for example the new features at the laboratory extrusion line: Already with small amounts of raw material first reliable results can be obtained in regard of developing new film formulations or even new film types. A strong focus thereby is on multi-layer applications.

Current milestones from the Innovation Test Centre to be presented include the new BOPET stretching oven with the innovative external airing system for less energy use and further improvements with the sliding system FOK 8.8 for minimal lubrication oil consumption and thus less maintenance and optimized film quality.

Brückner Servtec: Enhanced efficiency and profitability for existing film production lines
Brückner Servtec, specializing in biax production lifecycle service, presents solutions to convert lines of any manufacturer and age to the high-yield production of specialty multilayer film with 5-, 7- or more layers. Also in the focus: Enhanced audit and consultancy services, covering all significant elements in the value chain, from maintenance and operation to process optimization and benchmarking within the industry.

At the joint Brückner Group booth, besides Brückner Maschinenbau and Brückner Servtec, visitors will also meet Kiefel, showing the latest developments for the packaging, automotive, medical & appliance industry, and PackSys Global, presenting advanced packaging equipment.

Brückner Maschinenbau, the world market leader for film stretching lines, is a member of the Brückner Group, Germany, a worldwide leading supplier of tailor-made engineering solutions and services for the plastics and packaging industry, with more than 2,400 employees. Other members of the group include Brückner Servtec, offering service & upgrading solutions for film stretching lines, Kiefel, specializing in machines for forming and joining plastic materials for a variety of industries, and PackSys Global, one of the worlds leading packaging equipment manufacturers.

Source: Brückner

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