JWELL is professional manufacturing the parallel twin screw extruder, over the years company has been committed to with co-rotation parallel twin-screw extruder and auxiliary equipment Research & Development, has been completely leading with their competitor in a special polymer materials application.
Such as Engineering Plastics Pelletizing, High Filler Pelletizing Line, PET Flakes Recycle Pelletizing, Petrochemical Powder Pelletizing, Thermoplastic Elastomers Pelletizing, Silicone Adhesive Pelletizing, PU/TPU Reaction Pelletizing, Masterbatch Pelletizing, WPC Pelletizing, Functional Extruder, Lithium Battery Extruder and so on, Continuously provide customers with better quality, more reliable and more human-oriented in the co-rotation parallel twin screw compounding extruder machine.
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The twin-screw extruder produced by Jwell machine is mainly used for filling, blending, modifying, adding, chlorinating, polypropylene, and super absorbent resin processing of rubber, plastics, and engineering resins; degradable masterbatch, polyamide polycondensation, polyurethane addition Extrusion of polymerization reaction; granulation of carbon powder and magnetic powder, preparation of insulating materials, sheath materials for cables, low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant PVC cable materials, and various silane cross-linking materials, etc. Small models are mainly used for scientific research And teaching.
The working principle of the twin-screw extruder is the same as that of the single-screw extruder. The processes of transportation, melting, pressurization, pumping, mixing, peeling, and devolatilization are all completed by the twin-screw extruder. In recent years, the study of twin-screw extrusion theory has shown that the geometry of the screw and the extrusion process are very complicated, which brings many difficulties to the research.