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Pastillation-system solutions for hot melts, resins and more

Sandvik Process Systems

Sandvik Process Systems

Exhibiting under an umbrella message of “Go further, explore more possibilities,” this solidification-systems manufacturer will launch its brand new ThermoCut system, delivering increased productivity and a better-quality end product with high-viscosity melts. The system works by blasting a narrow jet of high-pressure, heated air at the precise place where the drops are formed between the Rotoform and steel belt (photo). This powerful blade of hot air cuts the threads before they have chance to develop further. As well as delivering a more stable production process with perfectly formed pastilles, the use of ThermoCut equipment also results in a substantial reduction in the need to clean the machine. The company is also showcasing its specialized Rotoform 4G sc system, purposely designed for the pastillation of subcooling melts. Other themes will be the high-capacity solidification achievable using steel cooling belts up to 2 m wide, and the ability to deliver systems compliant with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards. Hall 4A, Stand 107 — Sandvik Process Systems, ZN der Sandvik Materials Technology Deutschland GmbH, Fellbach, Germany

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