MPX19 Benchtop Twin-Screw Extruder

  • Features

    The MPX19 is a benchtop twin-screw powder coating extruder ideal for academic, laboratory and development work.

    It delivers repeatable results, and enables full, reliable scale-up to production outputs on Baker Perkins’ range of larger extruders.


    • Clamshell barrel for easy access and cleaning
    • Splined agitator shafts for increased reliability
    • Segmented screws allow ultimate flexibility for screw profile design
    • Electrically heated / water cooled barrel for accurate temperature control
    • PLC control with recipe management and data logging
    • Barrel lengths up to 40 L/D
    • Top and side feeders
    • Chill roll
    • Additional top and side feed ports
    • Alternative materials of construction are available
  • Dimensions & Performance

    Major Dimensions

    • Length: 1,200mm
    • Width: 600mm
    • Centreline Height: 400mm
    • Overall with Feeder: 1,000mm

    Performance and Engineering Data

    • Typical outputs: 5 - 25 Kg/hr (500 rpm)
    • Total connected Power: 2Kw @ 500 rpm
    • Maximum operating temperature: 200°C
    • Approximate Weight: 130Kg

    Optional Features / Equipment

    • Barrel lengths from 15:1 L/D up to 40:1 L/D
    • Barrel piping
    • Barrel cooling unit (stand alone)
    • Volumetric Feeder
    • Liquid injection pump
    • Die assembly
    • Product cutter
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