An Extrusion Die is the epitome of the words “Tailor-made” and requires the tool maker’s extensive special knowledge and experience. esde Dies are based on modular designed die bodies, suitable for the particular application and perfectly integrated into the line for films and sheets.
First of all the manifold of the Extrusion Die is tailored to the customers’ specific requirements. Here we consider the width and thickness of the product as well as the specific kind of material and the desired output. For optimal melt distribution the coat-hanger manifold and the melt flow are simulated in great detail with the rear of the manifold flow channel in a rounded shape.
For Co-Extrusion we use multi-channel Dies or Feedblocks. They enable complex applications of up to 7 layers. The Feedblocks are equipped with fine adjusters to vary each layer. All flow channels are individually supplied and purged with fresh melt. Exchangeable selector plugs allow different layer combinations.
Extrusion Dies in Extrusion Lines must be able to easily adapt to many different tasks. esde Dies offer various options for such adaptation. For example: Our deckling systems facilitate the width-reduction of the film during the film production. Furthermore we provide a fully automated parallel adjustment of the lower lip for conceivably easy setting of different sheet thicknesses.
Learn more about the technical details of our Single Screw Extruders and other components of the esde Extrusion Lines. Click here to Order Brochures.
esde Extrusion Dies are customized and configured to the relevant task. Therefore each quotation is individually prepared in great technical detail.
Visit our technical center at Bad Oeynhausen for a trial with your plastic material on our esde Single Screw Extruders with Extrusion Dies in several widths.
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Extrusion Die, 2300 mm slit width, with integrated deckling, allowing the optimal approximation to the roll gap
Extrusion Die with external deckling on trolley. Dies are completely integrated into the line.
Schematic illustration of the melt distribution of multi-layer film in feedblock and die