Davis-Standard Helibar groove feed extruder

Davis-Standard LLC, Pawcatuck, Connecticut, says the Helibar extruder creates new opportunities for customers to improve and strengthen their plastic extrusion processes. Helibar technology:

  • is the next generation in its groove feeder line
  • increases extruder output rates
  • improves energy efficiency and reduces barrel and screw wear
  • requires shorter residence time
  • can process higher levels of regrind

Visit https://davis-standard.com for more information.

DustBoss DB-60 Fusion

BossTek, Peoria, Illinois, has introduced the DustBoss DB-60 Fusion, which it describes as a field-proven suppression system driven by a 25-horsepower electric motor that’s paired with a gen set featuring a heavy-duty four-cycle indirect-injection diesel engine. The unit’s generator features:

  • a dual-containment fuel cell and heavy-gauge lockable enclosure
  • an oversized brushless alternator for easy starting
  • a Tier IV Final-compliant engine designed to reduce emissions of particulatematter (PM) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) to near zero levels
  • a touch-screen panel for controlling the unit

Visit https://bosstek.com/products/dust-control-solutions/db-60-fusion for more information.

BPS vibratory feeders

Brunswick, Ohio-based Best Process Solutions Inc. (BPS) says its feeders with vibrating troughs can be made to custom lengths and in special trough designs. The vibratory feeders:

  • are designed to smoothly convey products
  • feature an adjustable variable or fixed flow rate
  • are available in electric or air-operated models
  • are heavy-duty units designed with above-, below- or side-mounted drives that can be arranged for base mounting or overhead suspension
  • can be equipped with the BPS Inertial Isolation System to eliminate the transfer of vibratory energy to support structures and buildings

Visit www.bpsvibes.com for more information.