The plastic materials we transform are initially in pellet form.
Some of them tend to absorb ambient humidity and must be dried in dryers under hot dry air for a specific period before being used.
The material is then loaded into the extruding machine hopper and moved along by a rotating screw inside a heated cylinder whose temperature depends on the type of material.
The melted material is then pushed through a die in the shape of the required product.
The tube or profile must then be cooled: it is passed through a special machine, the calibrator, which chills the product, until it reaches its final, definitive dimensions.
The extruded product is then moved along, measured continuously by laser, and cut into lengths or packed onto reels or rolls