Starlinger - Tape Compactor compSTAR 2.0

textile packaging TAPE COMPACTOR compSTAR 2.0 for PP, PE and PET tapes, up to 90% volume reduction, reduced transport and storage space, production safety and continuity, efficient material handling

compSTAR 2.0 Tapes are compacted by a cylinder. The compacted strand is cut into blocks for convenient handling. We reserve the right to technical modifications. DPR-24221-09V Technical Data compSTAR 2.0 Heating capacity [kW] 10 Volume reduction up to 90% Block size [mm] 220 x 220* Density of blocks [kg/m3] 200 - 400 for PP 200 - 550 for PE 250 - 600 for PET Connected load [kVA] 45 * adjustable length up to 1200 mm Advantages at tape line • Installed instead of starEX tape container • Uninterrupted tape suction on starEX • Stand-by operation avoids degradation • Retrofittable Advantages compSTAR 2.0 • 20% higher container capacity • Container capacity modularly expandable • Maintenance-friendly and improved accessibility • Feeding of bobbin residues possible Advantages for storage and transport • Volume reduction by 90% cuts costs • Pre-sized blocks instead of endless tapes at the recycling line • No opening to empty the container • Less manpower Advantages at recycling line • Easy feeding via conveyor belt • Less contamination of the material • Greater reliability, longer running time • Reduced costs at melt filter • Higher quality regranulate This integrated material handling solution facilitates the tape production process by removing and compacting broken tapes and tape scrap. Endless tapes are sucked into the container, cut, and pushed towards the heating channel where the tapes are compressed and the surface melted to form a block. Compared to endless tapes, blocks of compacted tapes are easier to handle and reduce production and recycling costs. Dimensions in mm compSTAR 2.0 Height 3420 Width 2270 Length 7290 All data depending on design! Starlinger Head Office Sonnenuhrgasse 4 1060 Vienna, Austria T: + 43 1 59955-0, F: -25 Starlinger & Co Gesellschaft m.b.H. A member of Starlinger Group