Canadian Plastics

Plastics Data File (October 01, 2005)

Canadian Plastics   

D-M-E SelectBase Mold Bases...

D-M-E SelectBase Mold Bases

SelectBase offers custom features with delivery and pricing like a standard. SelectBase is available in over 75 trillion configurations and most ship in only a few days. You can even specify the steel type at the plate level. All to give you an edge in your moldmaking. Call 888-220-2217 for your free copy.

D-M-E of Canada Ltd. 888-220-2217


Mold Components

Progressive Components is a leading global supplier of tooling components for the injection moulds, blow molds and die cast dies.

New catalogs feature items such as pins and bushings in Inch, JIS and Euro DIN styles, along with innovations such as CounterView cycle counters, UniLifters, CamActions, Mold Alignment Locks, Date Stamps, and more.

For information on our locations worldwide and now growth in Canada, ask for Cy McGrath at 1-800-269-6653.* 1-800-269-6653

Pneumatic slide gate

Lorenz Series E slide gates offer a positive blade lock between blade and cylinder rod, coupled with a lightweight aluminum body. The pneumatic-actuated slide gates are suitable for vacuum or low pressure conveying systems. Series E gates are available with tube and pipe stubs for compression couplings, or with a stud bolt flanged tube connection for light duty applications. Other standard features include internal magnetic piston and cushioned air cylinder.

Lorenz 800-263-1942


Salina Vortex 2-way and 3-way Flex Tube Diverter

The Salina Vortex Flex Tube Diverter is ideal for medium to low abrasive products such as plastic pellets and resins. The valve is bi-directional and offers a positive material and air seal when handling dry materials in vacuum or pressure conveying systems. Cross contamination of materials is eliminated as the sliding port design literally shifts the conveying line from one port to the other. Salina Vortex applies their valves base on 25 years of proven application experience.

Salina Vortex Corp. 785-825-7177



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