RAJOO ENGINEERS to display PENTAFOIL 5-layer blown film

PENTAFOIL is a favorable alternative for end users

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Khushboo Doshi, Executive Director, Rajoo Engineers Ltd.

Indigenously designed and constructed, this line incorporates the latest progresses made in the filed of engineering science, such as Cylindrical Spiral Die (CSD), Internal Bubble Cooling, Circumferential Profile Control with elevated air ring and triple lip, full automatic winder, and touch-screen based supervisory control panel. Being economical as well as TUV certified, the 5-layer blown film line ensures a thin skin layer of property polymers and a thick core layer of inexpensive materials. By this combination, it ensures the end users to meet the needs of the industry with quality film at better price. The line can efficiently produce the polyethylene film that ranges from 30 to 250 microns in thickness.

At Hall 15, Stand B04, Rajoo Engineers will continue the live demonstration for the visitors. At the previous K show, Rajoo Engineers had taken in an order for 5-layer barrier blown film which is successfully operating at convertors based in South Africa. By its focus to target the diary and food industry with polyfilms, PENTAFOIL remains a favorable alternative for flexible convertors.

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