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Davis-Standard to show multiple equipment solutions at T-Plas 2015
Date Published：8/22/2015 02:08:29 PM
Davis-Standard will promote technology across all product lines at T-Plas 2015. With the company’s growing presence in Thailand, Davis-Standard offers multiple equpiment solutions for medical tubing and cast film applications. Davis-Standard ‘s subsidiary in Suzhou also has an in-house laboratory that features a high-speed FPVC extrusion system and multipurpose microbore tubing line to support process development.
Davis-Standard has always played a significant role in Southeast Asia’s cast lamination film market as the first company to supply 5-layer systems and machines over 5 meters wide. With the market continuously evolving in demands for improved physical/barrier properties and lower operating costs drive structures to more and more layers, Davis-Standard addresses that need with a new extrusion complex that allows converters to produce CPE and CPP while having the capability to process films with as many as six or seven layers.
The FPVC laboratory line in Suzhou is capable of speeds from 5 to 100mpm for processing 2mm to 8mm OD tubing with accuracy of +/- 50u. Line components include an extruder, water-cooling, precision internal air supply, OD gauge and combination puller-cutter. The multipurpose micro bore tubing line is designed for single or dual layer tubing, and single lumen tubing with or without a stripe. It is equipped with two extruders, an OD/ID wall thickness measuring and controlling system, close loop control via vacuum sizing tank and puller, and a high level central control system. Both lines are available for customer trials and R&D applications.
Davis-Standard is also committed to the region’s automotive industry, partnering with OEM’s to supply polymer and elastomer solutions.The company has sold numerous barrier and non-barrier lines in Asia. By providing product warantees and process development to customers around the world, Davis-Standard has helped automotive partners push the limits with seven- to eight-layer tubing lines.