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Medical Tubing Solutions for Maximum ROI
Medical tubing applications continue to evolve while also playing a vital role in the delivery of quality healthcare worldwide. In this blog, we will cover some of the ways to plan ahead to achieve maximum ROI.
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What to Look for in a Blown Film Die – Blown Film Series Part III
In this third blog post of our blown film series, Laura Martin, Director of Blown Film Technology at Brampton Engineering, discusses different blown film dies and selection considerations to ensure your blown film line has the die type best suited for your process.
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Liquid Coating & Laminating Tips | Part II
In the last blog, we provided tips to help establish a baseline for application requirements and provided information on coater selection and coating formulations. In this blog, we’ll take that a step further by looking at the types of liquid coating substrates and characteristics, substrate surface tension/corona treatment guidelines and dryer selection.
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Liquid Coating & Laminating Tips | Part I
The first step in building a world-class liquid coating line is properly defining the application. In this blog, we provide tips to help establish a baseline as well as information on coater selection and coating formulations.
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Cast Film Troubleshooting Tips
To support Cast Film product consistency, limited waste and reduced downtime, we’ve put together a list of 10 common issues and how to troubleshoot them.
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Wire and Cable Components Part II – Takeups and Payoffs
The next in our Wire and Cable blog series, we cover the most significant reel handling components of a wire and cable line – takeups and payoffs.
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Wire and Cable Components Part I – Capstans
Wire and cable systems involve many components. In this blog, we’ll focus on the component that ensures line speed stability – the capstan.
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What Resin is Right for You? Blown Film Series Part II
Multilayer films require various resins to achieve specific properties in the final structure and also to improve processability during film production and converting. Learn about the basic characteristics of key resins used in blown film structures.
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Applications, Layers, and Equipment – Blown Film Series Part I
In the first of the blown film series, we’ll highlight some common film applications and the associated equipment that goes along with them.
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10 Tips for Safe Processing
Good safety practices are essential in keeping employees injury-free on the job, reducing downtime, and maximizing daily productivity and efficiency. Here are our top 10 tips for safe processing.
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