Diing Kuen Plastic Machinery, Co., Ltd., based in southern Taiwan, has inherited its technological expertise from its forefathers and actively exchanged experience with foreign partners to design and manufacture plastic machinery and equipment, such as multilayer blown film machines and monofilament yarn drawing machines. Its machines are built entirely in Taiwan, with 99% of them being exported. Diing Kuen is an invisible superpower in the global plastic business because of its worldwide technical agents and service sites, which enable it to give immediate technical help to customers despite time differences and cross-border issues.
Multilayer blown film is now widely used in various applications
Meat and seafood packaging in mass merchant chain fresh produce sections is kept fresh and hygienic by using multilayer film vacuum packaging with an excellent gas barrier. Despite their simple appearance, the products produced by Diing Kuen's film blowing equipment are more effective than the standard three-layer film equipment.
Diing Kuen's multilayer blown film machines are classified into four types: horizontal top rotating (HTRL), vertical top rotating (EPLR), fixed (BFL), and other functional models capable of heating and melting plastic particles before blowing them into thin and light packaging films. To meet various packaging requirements, the film can be stacked to 3, 5, or even 7 layers. Diing Kuen can create various functional films with a wide range of applications by using different materials to block water, oxygen, or enhance the freezing effect, and by matching the thickness ratio of each layer.
Films for greenhouses in the Middle East's desert areas, for example, must be able to withstand extreme weather conditions such as snow, sandstorms, or strong ultraviolet rays, as well as retain moisture without allowing the dew formed by the moisture to cause light reflection and plant damage. In the case of soil and water protection film for timberland, for example, the bottom layer needs to be highly adhesive to meet the customer's requirements for an anti-slip soil contact surface.
Diing Kuen designs multilayer films for fish farms to avoid water penetration while also matching the ecology of cultured fish (e.g., fish and shrimp excrement and gnawing) to create a smooth and easy-to-clean film.
Stone puncture resistance, tensile strength, water penetration resistance, deformability, and lightweight are all important considerations when designing geotextile products for construction sites. Diing Kuen's custom design of production equipment for a variety of functions results in these high-quality multilayer blown films.
Computer control system for accuracy and consistency of the customer's production
Computerized precision control of the manufacturing process results in high-quality products. Previously, multilayer blown film production relied on manual correction with a 5% error. Nowadays, for high precision films, the error must be reduced to less than 3% to 2%. Diing Kuen's multilayer blown film machines are outfitted with rotating equipment to ensure uniform thickness of the finished product, as well as a fully automatic thickness control system that uses sensors to measure thickness changes, displays the measurement results in real time via a computerized calculation module, and automatically fine-tunes the results to the set target value at any time. The accuracy of the film is determined by the multilayer lamination process and speed, and computer control can greatly reduce the possibility of air remaining on the processed film.
Diing Kuen's high-end multilayer blown film machines, with the aforementioned formula control and computerized precision control system, are now the popular models of Diing Kuen's overseas exhibitors due to their long production time durability as well as high precision.
Machine innovation and advantages in the global market
The extrusion pressure required to package plastic bags for goods is increasing as pallets in ports and warehouses are stacked higher and higher, prompting manufacturers to look for multilayer blown film machines that can produce higher sealing, pressure-bearing capacity, high thickness accuracy, and other engineering characteristics.
Diing Kuen production system is specially designed for die processing accuracy, the core structure of multilayer blown film equipment, to effectively maintain raw material flow uniformity and high-speed performance at 600 KGS/HR, with manual filter changing, energy-saving heating system, and automatic winding unit with the tension control system. The machine has low vibration, low noise, and excellent mold self-cleaning capability, allowing manufacturers to switch materials in less than 1.5 minutes, significantly reducing material waste and increasing production efficiency, which is why many manufacturers in the global market have recognized and ordered it.
Furthermore, Diing Kuen has developed a numerical simulation technology, in collaboration with a European team for technical transfer, that can simulate raw material flow, pressure distribution, plastic flow field temperature and speed and other physical factors to predict the thickness uniformity of blown film products when they are released from the mold.
Diing Kuen's equipment can now provide remote service and inspection, as well as automatic online operation, thanks to the development of IIoT applications. It also provides an Augmented Reality instruction manual to reduce the difficulty of operation for customers. Diing Kuen has been providing important and effective remote customer service through video conferencing and actively sending technical agents to customers' production sites to avoid face-to-face communication, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Assisting customers to achieve competitive advantages in the global market
Diing Kuen has proposed an effective solution to the challenge of being both environmentally friendly and economically efficient.
At the K Show 2019 in Dusseldorf, Germany, Diing Kuen was approached by international raw material suppliers with new recycling-compatible cold shrinkable packaging film PE materials to improve recycling rates, reduce energy consumption and pollution, and reduce waste disposal costs. Diing Kuen designed machines capable of producing eco-friendly cold shrinkable films with a higher precision die and actually produced the finished products to meet the customer's specifications at the exhibition. The audience was taken aback by such a daring move to fully disclose the high quality of the new production process; now, the technology has been successfully put into production and has customers all over the world.
This new packaging material can make industrial packaging flexible, making it suitable for long-distance transportation by sea and land, absorbing the vibration caused by goods collisions, effectively resisting the tilt within 27° caused by road accidents, avoiding the occurrence of tipping and breaking of goods, and ultimately reducing the existing estimated loss costs of nearly 3% during transportation, opening a new chapter in the logistics industry in terms of environmental protection and energy savings.
Diing Kuen specializes in the design and manufacture of custom plastic equipment, and its design concept takes into account the diverse characteristics of the markets where it will be transported in the future. The company not only manufactures equipment to meet general market needs, but also offers professional customization consulting services to meet the properties of the customer's raw materials, unique formulas, and materials from various international markets. Besides that, Diing Kuen can design the equipment based on the raw materials supplied by the customer, and after the final test during the trial run, ensure that the quality requirements of the customer's products are met before shipping, reducing future time spent on re-adjustment at the customer's factory and shortening the cost of production time.
The goal of Diing Kuen is to never let raw materials dictate the machine and to design machines that are not constrained by the properties of raw materials in each region.
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