The Effects of Resin Selection and Extrusion Variables on Peelable Seal Performance, 2004 PLACE Conference Proceedings

Resin selection and extrusion variables can significantly impact the end use performance of peelable seal structures. In addition to the appropriate blend components, extrusion conditions and operating discipline need to be considered. Processing variables such as layer ratio, output rate, drawdown ratio, screw selection, backpressure and temperature profiles need to be addressed if the seal is to release as designed.

Author: Shaun Pirtle, Laura Mergenhagen, Jeff Wooster, Rob Cotton
The Effects of Resin Selection and Extrusion Variables on Pe
The Effects of Resin Selection and Extrusion Variables on Peelable Seal Performance, 2004 PLACE Conference
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