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EXTRUDER OPERATION AND CONTROL – SINGLE SCREW

Goals of this Course:

This program uses state-of-the art animation technology to teach the fundamentals of single screw technology, including parts and operation, plastics used for extrusion, extruder controls, safety procedures, troubleshooting and more.

Course Description: Dive into the latest technology of the single screw extrusion process – from start-up to shutdown. Learn about extrusion machinery, plastic behavior, and how to maximize the productivity and efficiency of the extruder. Through nine lessons, you’ll learn to optimize the extrusion process, quickly solve problems, and develop advanced troubleshooting skills.

Recommended For: Extruder Operators, Material Handlers,
Set-up Personnel, Production Supervisors

Length: 9 Lessons – 18 Hours of Training

Language: English and Spanish

Lessons Included:

Lesson 1: The Single Screw Extruder: Parts and Operation
Lesson 2: The Structure of Plastic Raw Materials
Lesson 3: The Characteristics of Plastics for Extrusion
Lesson 4: Effects of Pressure, Temperature and Flow
Lesson 5: Optimizing Extruder Controls – Part 1
Lesson 6: Optimizing Extruder Controls – Part 2
Lesson 7: Safety, Pre-Start and Start-Up Procedures
Lesson 8: Steady-State Operation, Shutdown and Maintenance Procedures
Lesson 9: Single Screw Extruder Troubleshooting

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The Paulson extrusion program is making our employees more efficient and their troubleshooting skills are improving!

Yvette Matthews
Interlux, Inc.

We operate 24 hours a day and the Paulson Interactive courses allow us to train all employees around our busy production schedule — without stopping machines!

Gerald Galloway
Vinylex Corporation

The thing that I like most about using the training programs from Paulson is the flexibility of them. If an extruder operator has some down time, they can take a lesson and come back without interrupting their work schedule. Also, as problems come up, we use the training to find solutions to our specific problems.

Paul Bowen
Ticona

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