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A key problem that has not been solved to date, and which has largely prevented a closed-loop control of the continuous vulcanization process, is that it is not possible to measure local temperature within the cross-section of a profile or to determine the level of crosslinking.
Because no inline measurement during continuous vulcanization has established itself to date, it has also not been possible until now to perform an assessment of various vulcanization methods and approaches.
Applied to continuous vulcanization processes, this means that heating using infrared radiation at constant radiation intensity must not take place over a longer period because the surface, which continues to heat up, can quickly reach its decomposition temperature.
In terms of thermal energy, continuous vulcanization is a highly complex process.
Mockel, "Simulation and energetic optimization of continuous vulcanization processes," 190th Technical Meeting, International Elastomer Conference (IEC), Rubber Division, ACS, Pittsburgh, PA, October 10-13, 2016.
Mockel, "Analysis of the efficiency of continuous vulcanization processes," Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, 70 (2017), 4, pp.
With the Roll-Ex, LMI is able to process sulfur-cured dense and sponge compounds designed for continuous vulcanization, which are ordinarily very sensitive to heat.
This concern could have a major economic impact on his cost of operation, since the extruded stock went directly into a continuous vulcanization unit.
Vanderbilt, will hold a symposium on "Mixing, extrusion and continuous vulcanization of elastomeric compounds," June 8-10 at The Courtyard by Marriott, Buckingham Square, Waterbury, CT.
Connecticut Rubber Group, Symposium on Mixing, Extrusion and Continuous Vulcanization of Elastomeric Compounds, The Courtyard by Marriott, Buckingham Square, Waterbury, CT, Mike DiGiovanni (203) 736-5562--June 8-10.
Continuous vulcanization (low pressure) downstream equipment will be examined and compared, including liquid curing media, hot air, microwave, infrared and fluidized bed.
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