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Middle East– A new PET line of Bandera for rigid packaging industry

This new achievement is highly meaningful in that it is one more proof of Bandera’s pioneering attitude, as Bandera has the capability, the experience, the energy and determination to reach out and fulfill any requirements,  contributing to widening the profits and market share of a growing number of concerns in the sector.


The Polyester Extrusion Linecurrently supplied by Bandera features solid high-tech design, high output and quality performance.  It is designed for a maximum output of 2000 Kg/h, for a thickness range of 0,15 mm ÷ 1,50 mm and a net width of the web of max. 1860 mm, processing multi-layer rigid polyester web.  It can also process A-Polyester, C-Polyester, Polyester-G, PS and PLA web.

The line comprises patented twin-screw extruder, 2C135 52 L/D, single-screw co-extruder TR100 35 L/D, with innovative vacuum venting systems and high purification, superfiltration system, which allow processing recycled raw materials up to 100%.

The downstream installs a multilayer feed block, an in-line thickness measurement system, a haul-off with accurate silicone coating and drying unit, a semi-automatic cantilever winding system, suitable for winding up to 3, both symmetric and asymmetric, reels on the same shaft.  The downstream further installs a special design, horizontal cooling and polishing roller stack with motorized cross-axis system and an extrusion flat die with internal deckling system, which allow the production of a maximum net width of 1860 mm at the winder.

Further accessories completing the line: an exclusive roll stack cleaning system, adding incomparable efficiency to the line and helping to boost its yearly profit, plus an additional roll for high quality and high thickness production.

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