chill roll

chill roll

[′chil ‚rōl]
(engineering)
A cored roll used in chill-roll extrusion of plastics.
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Both are absolutely critical to optimize the performance of the heat exchanger used in the process, such as an injection mold, blow mold, chill roll, etc.
With uptime in the 90%+ range plus a new integrated chill roll to accommodate even thinner films and substrates, the exceptional L350UV+ models yield even more consistency and production potential from run to run.
The flat sheets were calibrated and drawn off by using a chill roll stack (CR 136/350, Dr.
This award is for Menges Roller's Hybrid Chill Roll, which improves chill roll performance and lifespan.
Fold in the bread crumbs, parsley juice and zest of a lemon, shallot and the red chilli form into 50g balls and chill roll in flour then in egg and followed by bread crumbs.
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The compact Ecochill unit is positioned between the existing dryer and chill roll stand and includes three additional small-diameter, concave chill rollers, like those used in the newer Ecocool dryers.
The nip rolls have a precision speed-ratio follower drive linked to the second chill roll that maintains the exact amount of film tension desired.
This is accomplished by a second chill roll featuring a high precision speed ratio follower drive linked to the main chill roll drive.
To enhance the optical properties, the film is pinned onto the chill roll by means of a twin-chamber vacuum box, electrostatic edge pinners, and a soft box that blows chilled air onto the film.
A chill roll after the color stations prevents thin synthetic substrates from damage and distortion, at frill speeds.