CAST FILM EXTRUSION LINE / BLOWN FILM LINE


OCS Cast Film Extrusion Lines are used to produce high-quality flat film to carry out optical and physical measurements. All settings and parameters such as extruder speed, temperature, film tension, winding force, winder diameter are stored in the touch panel control system, which guarantees the reproducibility of the film at any time. The system is able to detect gels, contaminations, degradations and other impurities as well as haze, gloss, density and other defect types. Possible testable polymers include PP, PET, PC, HDPE and LDPE in the form of pellets, powders and flakes.

OCS blown film lines are used to produce high-quality blown films (blowing, cooling, laying flat, haul-off and winding) to measure impurities, haze, gloss, density and other characteristics. Adjustable wooden grids and Teflon coated rolls convert the film bubble into a flat layer film while some guiding rolls prevent wrinkles. An optical device measures the width of the flattened film and controls the diameter of the film bubble. The tower height is electrically driven and adjustable. The take-off nip rolls are driven pneumatically and their temperature is optionally controlled.

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Cast Film Line / Blown Film Line Products


Cast Film Line

The OCS Cast Film Extrusion Line produces high quality flat film and is given the option to detect and measure optical and physical properties. All settings and parameters such as extruder speed, temperature, film tension, winding force, winder diameter are stored in the touch panel control systems, which guarantees the reproducibility of the film at any time.

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Blown Film Line

The blown film extrusion lines are used to produce high-quality blown films to measure impurities, haze, gloss, density and other characteristics. Adjustable wooden grids and Teflon coated rolls convert the film bubble into a flat layer film while some guiding rolls prevent wrinkles. An optical device measures the width of the flattened film and controls the diameter of the film bubble.

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