MAAG Group showcases product portfolio at Chinaplas 2022

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As an increasing number of new developments in plastics are being made in China, MAAG Group experts will be on site at Chinaplas 2022 from 25–28 April to demonstrate the company’s product portfolio for the polymer industry.

The MAAG Group's underwater pelletising system, the PEARLO 350 EAC with liquid-heated die plate for high capacities, will be on show at Chinaplas 2022.
The MAAG Group's underwater pelletising system, the PEARLO 350 EAC with liquid-heated die plate for high capacities, will be on show at Chinaplas 2022. - Image: MAAG

The MAAG Group is a solutions provider of pump & filtration systems, pelletising & pulverising systems, recycling systems and digital solutions. At Chinaplas, the MAAG team will be in Hall 2.1, at Booth F82, exhibiting and demonstrating the company’s portfolio.

The technology on show will include the re-engineered MAAG Group extrex gear pumps in x6 class design and the company’s underwater pelletising system, the PEARLO 350 EAC with liquid-heated die plate for high capacities.

All MAAG Group extrex gear pumps in x6 class design have been completely re-engineered and have redesigned components, from the shafts through to the bearings and seals, and optimised the interaction of the components. Specially developed gear teeth with low compression allow very high pressures to be achieved with low shear rates. The result is a further increase in achievable product quality, volumetric efficiency, as well as production consistency and safety.

The PEARLO 350 EAC underwater pelletizing system is designed for high throughputs of 18,000 kg/h of virgin polymer production. The special cutting blade design and optimum water and material flow conditions within the cutting chamber provide a homogeneous cooling effect and an outstanding pellet quality. Another design feature of the PEARLO is the cutting blade advance system, which permits axial movement of the cutter shaft resulting in a precise blade advance as well as a regrinding of the blades during production.