As an essential tool to the packaging field, this genre of line produces laminated films for packages of confectionary snacks and retort pouch foods, paper cartons of milk and liqueur, and packaging of medicines. A broad lineup of single, tandem, co-extrusion and paper-specific lines can deliver the specifications of a wide range of laminated products. Forming performance that ensures stable high quality and rich equipment variations are how Sumitomo Heavy Industries Modern responds to the far-reaching and diversifying needs of today and tomorrow.
This extrusion coating line is designed and built to produce soft high-performance films often used as food packaging, etc. Sumitomo Heavy Industries Modern can flexibly customize the system to performance needs.
The MLA-SP series of high cost-performing extrusion coating lines inherits its basic performance from the top-selling MLA series. The lines are designed and built for a good balance of precision stability, productivity and cost-performance with an extruder of high output rate that is applicable with diverse resins, a high performance T-die that eliminates trouble and losses via top-rate thickness controllability, a simple, compact and multifunctional prime coater and a winder system equipped with high precision tension control. The MLA-SP series delivers highly efficient production of laminated products such as packaging for foods, sanitary goods and cosmetics.
This extrusion coating line uses multiple laminator units to laminate materials for release paper and paper containers.
This co-extrusion line can laminate multiple layers on a base material by co-extruding differing resins. The resulting products excel in sealing, heat resistance and strength. Sumitomo Heavy Industries Modern offers two types of multi-layer extrusion coating T-dies: with dual slots or with multiple manifolds. They are effective for making products that require glueability and low odors such as liquid containers. The combining adapter enables production of multi-layered extruded-coated products when used in conjunction with a single-layer T-die. Layering sequence and thickness ratio between layers can be easily changed.
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