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Marchante SAS strives for a sustainable film industry at K 2019

  polymer & packaging news agency - www.ppna.ir

For this year’s K Show, Marchante SAS reaffirms its commitment to productivity, efficiency and high-quality machinery, and will proudly celebrate Director Inocente Marchante’s 40 years in the Biax industry.

Marchante began his carrier in the Biax industry in 1979 and has been hailed as a game-changer in production processes and machinery developments for more than 150 lines worldwide for BOPP, BOPET, BOPS, BOPA, PETG.

As the Technical Director in charge of technological process of plastic materials, stretching and transformation, he is the inventor of the first Mechanical Simultaneous systems on the market, and firmly believes in simultaneous stretching for the sake of production simplification, energy cost reduction, and the transition to promising material developments.

Gathering biax experts, he founded family-owned company Marchante SAS to support film producers through their projects. He began implementing sophisticated films and delicate processes, of which the Simultaneous Stretcher MASIM, for packaging, food, automotive and energy industries, is one.

The MASIM is a modular Simultaneous Stretching system that has proved its efficiency in terms of high homogeneity results and optimum mechanical properties for delicate films such as Battery Separator film for Lithium based batteries, PA, or PE, and is now available for PS, PI or PTFE.

The clips are designed to stretch thin film down to 5μm, and mostly to reduce edge waste creation during production due to the very short distance clip-to-clip before and after stretching.

With the thinnest clips on the market, film thickness and flatness is ensured from inlet to outlet without turbulence, thus producing an optimal width of high grade film.

As a manufacturer of machinery for bi-oriented film producers, Marchante SAS pursues engagement towards and with a more efficient and cleaner industry. To this end, the company is developing a process to produce sheets for thermoforming, with 100 per cent rPET.

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