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The TOA 32 detector helps identify die drool deposits inside the tube so you act on them before your customers do.

Maillefer-TOA 32 detectorThe TOA 32 detector

The TOA 32 helps identify die drool deposits inside the tube so you act on them before your customers do. Die drool is common phenomenon which occurs over time and originates on the extrusion die face. Bits of plastic accumulate until forming a deposit that drops off into the product, where it is hidden within the tube. The result is a poor construction, which needs to be isolated from quality product before ever reaching your customers.

  • For tubes, like blown fiber micro-duct
  • As for component or within a new line
  • Precise fault alert
  • Scrap separation feature
  • Available as a consultation package.

Philippe Giovangrandi
Technical Director Pipe Solutions
philippe.giovangrandi@maillefer.net

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