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INTRODUCING ENTEK PLUS – TWIN-SCREW EXTRUDER PARTS, SERVICE PLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE

ENTEK Machinery Inc (EMI), the leading North American-based supplier of co-rotating twin-screw extruders and replacement wear parts, has announced the launch of ENTEK Plus. ENTEK Plus, a new operating unit within EMI, has been established to supply replacement wear parts for all leading brands of co-rotating twin-screw extruders, as well as numerous other value-added services.… Read more

ENTEK ENJOYS RECORD TWIN-SCREW EXTRUDER SALES IN 2008, PREDICTS SOLID GROWTH IN NEW AREAS FOR 2009

ENTEK Manufacturing Inc, the leading U.S. based manufacturer of twin-screw extruders and replacement wear parts, enjoyed record sales of its machinery in 2008. While the company has traditionally seen strong sales of its machinery to the wood plastic composites industry for high output applications, its twin-screw extruders are also popular in other markets and applications… Read more

ENTEK MAKES $100,000 DONATION TO LOCAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ENTEK Manufacturing Inc. is pleased to announce that it is making a $100,000 donation to Linn-Benton Community College (LBCC) to support the college’s technical training and machine shop programs. The donation will be made in two $50,000 increments in March and December 2008. As a leading supplier of twin-screw extruders and components, this contribution is… Read more

ENTEK APPOINTS DEAN ELLIOTT EXTRUSION LAB MANAGER

ENTEK Manufacturing Inc. is pleased to announce the hiring of Dean Elliott to the position of Extrusion Lab Manager. Dean joins ENTEK after working for the past two years as Senior Processing Engineer at Kroy Corporation’s vinyl and composite fence and railing products plant in Fairbluff, North Carolina. Prior to Kroy, Dean worked for four… Read more

Extrusion Solutions – October 2007

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ENTEK PROMOTES LINDA CAMPBELL TO WEST COAST SALES MANAGER

ENTEK Manufacturing, Inc. of Lebanon, OR has announced the promotion of Linda Campbell to the position of West Coast Sales Manager. The announcement was made by John Effmann, Director of Sales & Marketing at ENTEK. In addition to her new role selling ENTEK products and visiting customers throughout the Western United States, Ms. Campbell, currently… Read more

ENTEK DONATES TWIN-SCREW EXTRUDER TO OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Machine Will Be Used for Wood-Plastic Composites Research and Development ENTEK is pleased to announce that it has donated an E-MAX™ E-27mm twin-screw extruder with auxiliary equipment to the Department of Wood Science and Engineering at Oregon State University (OSU) in Corvallis, Oregon. The machine, donated in 2006, has recently been started-up and is now… Read more

ENTEK ANNOUNCES HIGHER THROUGHPUT CAPABILITIES FOR THE FIBER AND WOOD-PLASTIC COMPOSITES MARKET

25% Greater Output Achieved Using New Screw and Process Technology NPE 2006, Booth No. 1304, McCormick Place South At a press conference on May 18, 2006 at company headquarters in Lebanon, OR, ENTEK demonstrated new technology that allows the highest throughput capabilities ever achieved on the company’s 53mm twin-screw extrusion equipment. ENTEK engineers will be… Read more

NEW E-MAX™ 40MM TWIN-SCREW EXTRUDER FROM ENTEK IDEAL FOR CUSTOM COMPOUNDING APPLICATIONS

ENTEK has introduced the latest addition to its E-MAX™ twin-screw extruder line with the launch of its new E40 Extruder. Ideal for custom compounding and running small lots of highly customized materials, ENTEK has introduced the E40 as a solution for extruders looking for a small-sized twin-screw machine for advanced research and development or production… Read more

NEW ENTEK CARBIDE-LINED EXTRUSION BARRELS PROVIDE HIGHER RIGIDITY, IMPROVED WEAR RESISTANCE

New Manufacturing Process Developed; Barrels Can Last 3x Longer than Competition ENTEK has announced it has developed a new manufacturing process for producing carbide-lined extrusion barrels. This new process uses a proprietary spherical carbide/nickel matrix, which offers numerous advantages over the competition, including higher rigidity and improved wear resistance. Carbide barrels are used in extrusion… Read more

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