The ENTEX Planetary Roller Extruder – Modular, adaptable and flexible.

Revolutionary process engineering for your new products and production processes – customised to suit your individual needs.


Premium product quality thanks to gentle processing/ compounding

Reach the next level of process technology.
A decisive advantage: Continuous processing delivers consistently high product quality.
Unique: Thermal and mechanical energy are controlled separately. This means that temperature-sensitive materials can be processed and compounded in a particularly material-friendly manner.




Patented excellence

Benefits offered by the Planetary Roller Extruder

  • Modular design in which as many as 8 roller cylinders can be connected in series.
  • The ultimate in precision temperature control thanks to the ENTEX thermodynamic system and state-of-the-art production technology.
  • High cooling capacity for highly viscous products due to large surface area exchange.
  • Its process geometry gives the Planetary Roller Extruder approx. up to 10 times more surface area than other compounding systems.
  • Extremely high energy exchange for heating or cooling processes.
  • Larger process window as a result of the variation of feeding using a side feeder.
  • Optimum degassing possibilities.
  • High degree of dispersion with gentle compounding and low rotational speeds.
  • System boasts the best self-cleaning of all comparable compounding systems.
  • Outstanding product quality in the 1:10 batch range; i.e. the Planetary Roller Extruder does not have to be completely filled to achieve good results.
  • Rapid reproducibility and minimal waste when changing materials.

Do you have ideas for optimising processes or for new products?

Is your production process in need of optimisation? Are you looking to develop a new product? Our testing facilities allow us to address your individual needs and collaborate to create intelligent solutions for your requirements.

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