Our common twin-screw extruders are equipped with a dou […]
Our common twin-screw extruders are equipped with a double-wrist conjugate feeding system for feeding, so that large pieces of material can be directly put into the feeding hopper, and the material is forced through the double-wrist wheel. Mandatory eating into the screw barrel to complete the feeding. Compared with the traditional forced feeding seat, the dual-wrist feeding system avoids the damage caused by the overflow of the material due to the softness and viscosity of the material.
When materials are produced, it is necessary to formulate the configuration of the equipment according to the type of product. For example, some materials and products can be processed and produced with ordinary screw barrels and screws during production. There are also some material products that need to be processed with pin-type screw barrels and screws when they are produced.
In the production process of the product, the material enters the screw barrel through the feeding system, and a molding die is installed at the die head of the twin-screw extruder. The material is extruded out of the screw barrel under the action of extrusion pressure to form the product shape we need. In this way, the material completes the molding and extrusion of the product.