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Komax SASU

2, rue du Maine, 68270 Wittenheim
France
Telephone +33 3 89643619
komax@komax.pro

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wire 2022 | Tube 2022 hall map (Hall 9): stand B77

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wire 2022 | Tube 2022 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Processing machinery for metallic tubes and pipes
  • 02.06  Insulating lines for tubes

Insulating lines for tubes

  • 10  Special area PT – Plastic Tube
  • 10.04  Competence area: industrial tubes and pipes

Competence area: industrial tubes and pipes

  • 01  Machinery for the manufacture of rods, wires and strips
  • 01.03  Extrusion
  • 01.03.01  Extrusion lines (for metals)
  • 02  Machinery for the processing of rods, wires and strips
  • 02.03  Machinery for the processing of wires and strips
  • 02.03.11  Tandem wire drawing lines for telephone cables
  • 02  Machinery for the processing of rods, wires and strips
  • 02.19  Machinery for cable recycling

Machinery for cable recycling

  • 07  Software and various services for the wire and cable industry
  • 07.03  Education and training

Education and training

Our products

Product category: Extrusion lines (for metals)

Extruder with long helical grooves

The Helibar series uses the technology of the same patented name which also consists of a grooved extruder with two important differences. It uses a single-block barrel that is grooved over almost its entire length. The grooves are arranged in a helix. This technology appeared at the beginning of the year 2000 and combines the advantages of the smooth and grooved extruders, namely a considerable specific throughput and a great universality towards the different polymers. The Helibar extruders are longer than the extruders of the other series and are systematically operated with the so-called barrier screws. This series is available in different versions: Version C for the co-extruders - movable machines, U for universal main extruders and P for polyolefin main extruders.

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Product category: Tandem wire drawing lines for telephone cables

Extruder with grooved bushes

The Arc series uses two-part barrels: a grooved feed barrel with a length of 3 - 6D and a smooth barrel with approximately 25D. These extruders appeared at the beginning of 1980. They are designed to achieve higher throughput with the same screw diameter. They are usually longer than the smooth barrel extruders and are equipped with so-called barrier screws. As they are much less universal than the extruders and coextruders of the Elipse series, the Arc series machines are mainly used for polyolefins (PE and PP) and soft materials (soft PVC, TPE). The grooves can be straight (in the axis of the machine) or helical.

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Product category: Tandem wire drawing lines for telephone cables

Smooth universal extruder

The Elipse series uses smooth or slightly grooved feed bushes. They are the first extruders to appear in the fifties. They have the advantage of being universal (for every known type of polymer) and inexpensive, but throughput is limited. Komax offers these machines with optional light grooving of the feed bush. Light grooving means that the size of the grooves is smaller than the size of a pellet, therefore it is not about the increase but about the stability of the throughput. In some cases this technology is indispensable for a correct extrusion. This series is available in two versions, version C for the coextruder (moving machine) and version E for fixed extruders.

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Product category: Tandem wire drawing lines for telephone cables

Extruder with long helical grooves

The series Helibar uses the technology of the same patented name which consists of a grooved extruder with two main differences. It uses a monobloc barrel and the grooves are present on nearly its whole length. These grooves are arranged helical. This technology appeared in the beginning of 2000 and combines the advantages of the smooth and the grooved extruder, namely an important specific flow volume and a large universality considering the different polymers. The Helibar extruder is longer than the extruder of the other series and they are coupled systematically to screws so called barrier screws. This series exists in different Versions: C version for the coextruder- mobile machines, U for the principal extruders, so called universals extruders, and P for the principal extruders for polyolefine.

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Product category: Tandem wire drawing lines for telephone cables

Extruder with grooved feeding zone

The series Arc uses a barrel in two parts: A grooved barrel sleeve with a length of 3-6D and a smooth barrel with approximately 25D. These extruders appeared in the beginning of the year 1980. They should achieve a higher flow volume with the same diameter of the screw. In general they are longer than the extruder with a smooth barrel and they are linked to screws so called barrier screws. Due to the fact that they are less universal than the extruders and coextruders of the series Elipse, the machines of the series Elipse are mostly used for Polyolefine (PE and PP) as well as for soft material (soft PVC, TPE). The grooves can be straight (in the axis of the machine) or generally helical.

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Product category: Extrusion lines (for metals)

Universal Extruder with smooth barrel

The series Elipse uses a smooth or slightly grooved barrel. Originally it is the first extruder which appeared in 1950. They have the advantage of being universal (for each kind of polymere that is known) and being of an interesting cost for a given screw diameter, however the maximal flow volume is limited. Komax offers these machines optional with slightly grooved barrels. Slightly grooved means that the size of the grooves is smaller than the size of the granulate material. Consequently it is not about an increase of the mass but of the stability. In some cases this technology is essential for a correct extrusion. This series is available in two versions, as a C version for the coextruder (mobile machine) and as an E version for the extruder which are mainly fixed.

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About us

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Komax is specialized in the development and production of single screw extruders and coextruders as well as in the configuration of extrusion lines ready-for-use.
Always listening to our customers, we are willing to have the newest technology for our extruders and coextruders. Due to the human environment of our society, we are able to listen and respond to special wishes of our customers. According to that we can develop specific machines und processes as requested.