cast-film extrusion

cast-film extrusion

[¦kast ¦film ik′strü·zhən]
(engineering)
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Leading supplier of blown-film and cast-film extrusion systems, flexo and gravure printing presses, a as packaging equipment.
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The formation of gels (i.e., structural defects, indicating weaknesses in film packaging) in both blown-film and cast-film extrusion has always been a potential problem for converters and packaging end-users.
VPPPA-certified Huntsman Packaging has 425 employees working in three departments - flexographic printing, cast-film extrusion, and bag making.
At present, the largest-volume COC application is cast-film extrusion. While unstretched COC cast films have an elongation at break of just 3%, biaxially oriented films made from Topas 6015 have up to 90% elongation at break.