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Laboratory Mixing Extruder
As an affluent supplier, we are engaged in offering Laboratory Mixing Extruder (LME). This extruder is manufactured with utmost precision with the use of top-notch grade components and pioneering techniques in conformity with set quality standards at our vendors' end. Further, the offered extruder is examined on defined parameters to ensure its flawlessness. Apart from this, our patrons can avail this Laboratory Mixing Extruder (LME) from us at a nominal price range.
- Ideal for continuous operations
- Easy to clean
- Rugged design
- High operational fluency
Features and Benefits:
- R & D tool
- Uses as little as a few grams of material
- Three-part system: Extruder, Optional Take Up, and Chopper Accessories
- Standard configuration provides rod header with replaceable 1/8(.3175cm) orifice
- Four optional headers available (ribbon, spinerette, tube and wire coating rod)
- Two separate temperature controls: rotor heater and header heater
- Short residence time minimal thermal degradation during mixing process
- Complete processing instrument mixing, compounding and extrusion
- Unique, screwless design
- Maximum temperature 400°C
- Variable speed control, 5 to 260rpm
- Water-cooled feed hopper
The Dynisco Polymer Test LME Laboratory Mixing Extruder is a unique laboratory tool developed to evaluate the processability of a variety of plastics and rubbers prior to production. From very fine powders to coarse materials, the LME will meet many extruding needs.
The LME possesses a moveable header and dial gage that allows for constant mixer adjustability. While in operation, the rotational shearing (mixing) is controlled by adjusting the distance between the end of the rotor and the inside header. This unique feature, not found in other extruders, allows for various extrudate mix levels in a single sample run. The rotational shearing of the LME system provides extensive and intensive mixing and can be used in the production of polymer blends or alloys. These blends have been found homogeneous enough to be spun into fibers over the entire range of composition. Since mixing may be independently adjusted, agglomerates of additives, such as fillers or pigments, may be accurately controlled.