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Brampton Engineering, Inc: Extrusion die

The ISO-therm(TM) streamlined coextrusion die permits individual materials to be processed at their own ideal temperatures with as much as 150°C difference between adjacent layers.
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From Brampton Eng. (Brampton Ontario Canada) the die permits coextrusion of materials including cross-linkable resins PVdC rubberized polymers. The technology may be used in coextrusion applications such as blown film and blow molding.

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