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Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014
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Rich products meeting #1 february 26, 2014

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  • 1. February, 2014 2/25/2014
  • 2. How Does IQF film begin? IQF film begins as LDPE/LLDPE plastic resin pellets
  • 3. Film Fabrication Extruder Extruder The function of an extruder is to melt the polymer, mix the polymer and other additives, and deliver a homogeneous melt at uniform pressure and output to the die by the application of heat and shear. VII-6b
  • 4. Screw Hopper Thrust Bearing Assembly Rotary Joint Gearcase Powder Seal Cooling Water Machine Base Inlet Manifold Safety Shroud Stockscrew Cast Heaters Cylinder Feed Throat Cylinder Support Pressure Gauge VII-7b
  • 5. Film Fabrication Blown Film Process 4 1 2 3 VII-4b
  • 6. Polymer orientation during film fabrication BUR=bubble diameter / die diameter Side View Front View Before the polymer cools, the polymer chains are stretched 2.6 times in the cross direction and 8.5 times in the machine direction. The thickness is reduced 22 times. This orientation or stress is frozen into the film. 8.5” 0.0025” 2.6” Polymer exits the die and is in a relaxed state 1” 1” 0.055” 6
  • 7. Determination of BUR and Layflat Draw Down Ratio (DDR) = Die Gap Gauge
  • 8. W & H Technology Will Be A Catalyst To Our Success
  • 9. Heat Seal of m-VLDPE Figure 17: Coextruded Blown Films - Hot Tack Performance Peak Hot Tack Strength (N/15mm) 12 mVLDPE mLLDPE 10 EVA-1 8 EVA-2 6 4 2 0 80 90 100 110 120 130 Temperature (C) Figure 18: Coextruded Blown Films - Heat Seal Performance 4.0 Heat Seal Strength (lbs/in) 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 mVLDPE 1.5 mLLDPE 1.0 EVA-1 0.5 EVA-2 0.0 85 2/25/2014 90 95 100 105 110 115 Temperature (C) 120 Exopack © 2010 - Confidential 125 130 135
  • 10. Drop Dart Impact of EVA vs. m-VLDPE 1200 1000 F-50 Grams 800 600 400 200 0 EVA 2/25/2014 D-163
  • 11. F-50 Drop Dart Impact - Mono vs. IQF-2 ( Normalized @ 3.0 mil ) 879 900 800 700 600 GMS 387 500 400 300 200 100 0 2/25/2014 SFE UP- 834 IQF-2
  • 12. Rich Foods Film Properties Comparison February, 2014 2/25/2014
  • 13. MD Tensile Strength - psi 5000 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 2/25/2014 IQF-2 Rich Control
  • 14. TD Tensile Strength-psi 4,000 3,900 3,800 3,700 3,600 3,500 3,400 3,300 3,200 3,100 2/25/2014 IQF-2 Rich Control
  • 15. Elongation At Break-% 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 2/25/2014 IQF-2 Rich Control
  • 16. Secant Modulus or Stiffness-psi 34,500 34,000 33,500 33,000 32,500 32,000 31,500 31,000 30,500 30,000 29,500 29,000 2/25/2014 IQF-2 Rich Control
  • 17. Puncture Strength- lbs 3 2 2 1 1 0 2/25/2014 IQF-2 Rich Control
  • 18. Optical Clarity-% 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2/25/2014 IQF-2 Rich Control
  • 19. Rich Products Laminations Properties Comparison February, 2014 2/25/2014
  • 20. H2O/Water Transmission Rate -gms/100sq.in./24 hr 0.33 0.325 0.32 0.315 0.31 0.305 2/25/2014 CM Rich Control
  • 21. O2/Air Transmission Rate- cc/100sq.in./24 hr 9 8.8 8.6 8.4 8.2 8 7.8 7.6 7.4 2/25/2014 CM Rich Control
  • 22. MD Tensile Strength-psi 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2/25/2014 CM Rich Control
  • 23. TD Tensile Strength-psi 38 37.5 37 36.5 36 35.5 35 34.5 2/25/2014

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