New plant incorporates tried-and-true feeders
When upgrading to a new plant, a plastics compounder
chooses scale-based loss-in-weight feeders like those that have contributed to the company’s top-quality
products for more than 20 years.
We manufacture highly engineered resins — the more
sophisticated the application, the better,” says Craig Lucas, executive vice president of B&M Plastics Inc., Evansville, Ind. “And for us to keep turning out top-quality
engineered resins, we need to have highly accurate and rugged feeders.”