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This underwater pelletizing system now has new features

By Chemical Engineering |

Maag Pump Systems

Maag Pump Systems

The re-designed underwater pelletizing system Sphero S incorporates a variety of feature upgrades, making it ideally suited for masterbatch and recycling applications. Improvements include a new frame that allows the Sphero S to be mounted on a single mobile structure guaranteeing a perfect alignment, and a reduced footprint. Special attention has been given to the design of the cutter head to facilitate startup and to ensure less agglomeration and production of evenly shaped pellets. The system has medium throughputs, typically between 700 and 3,000 kg/h. — Maag Pump Systems AG, Oberglatt, Switzerland

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