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By Sayan Basak* and Dr.   Abhijit Bandyopadhyay ** *School of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering, University of Akron, Ohio, USA **Department of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta, West Bengal, India ( Corrosponding Author at   abhijitbandyopadhyay@yahoo.co.in ) Well, we all know that the petrochemical manufactures are the monomers for the synthesis of the plastics and polymers. But in recent times, they have been in the spotlight for reversing the trend- which means they are converting the plastics into the monomers, thus taking a step forward towards the dream of sustainability and addressing the environmental ...
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Hello dear community,  Does anybody know how the output of the extruder increase when the feeding change from pellets to melted polymer? I could see that there are several technical offers that use two extruder in cascade like arrangement and I could read from some works that that kind of arrangement helps the volatile extraction meanwhile the output increase.  This is even applyable for two screws compounding machines. Any comment will be very thankful. Best regards,  Anibal.
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VINYLTEC 2019

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The SPE Akron Section and SPE Vinyl Plastics Division are co-sponsoring Vinyltec 2019 on October 1-3, 2019 in Akron, Ohio. The theme will be MEGATRENDS IN VINYL; Automotive, Medical, Construction and Sustainability. For further information visit  http://www.4spe.org/vinyltec19  to register for attendance and to see sponsor/exhibitor opportunities as well as hotel information.
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