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Total Process Domination

Posted September 02, 2008 8:05 AM

More proof of China's powerhouse position — two of the largest polyoxymethylene (POM) compounding lines have just been ordered from Coperion Werner & Pfleiderer for delivery to the eastern part of the country. With a combined total of 8,000 kg/hr of output, the compounding systems give the country's industry one stop for compounding, degassing, stabilizing and pelletizing — and it gets China closer to an entirely self-sufficient nation.

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09/02/2008 1:41 PM

and it gets China closer to an entirely self-sufficient nation.

That does not include evironmental issues that will be coming.

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