Sunwell Global & Sunwell Machines


See you at the Latest Exhibitions!

Taipei International Plastics & Rubber Industry Show

Date: 2018 August 15th to August 19th

Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1

Booth No.: N0306

NPE 2018

Date: 2018 May 7th to May 11th

Orlando, Florida USA

Booth No.: W769

News and Events

A new model form/trim in mold tilting thermoforming machine is launched, which is suitable for light and weight quality cups on high speed production with automation.

A new multiple disc water/air ring for foam sheet extrusion is developed to get glossing surface as well as compressed air saving purpose.

Successful trials of APET foam (E-APET) sheet extrusion by using CO2 and butane as blowing agents. E-APET is the future and could save up to 90% material comparing to rigid PET. E-CPET is also ovenable.

Launched new PP foam sheet extrusion lines using 100% CO2 blowing agent and thermoforming for food applications.

A multiple functions of EPS underlay making machine has been launched.

Optimized the absorbent foam technology in extrusion, thermoforming and tooling improvements has achieved 12X above absorbed rate by lighter and stronger trays.

New technologies for PET sheet extrusion line for handle 100% post consumed regrind material handling including de-dust; automatic back flush screen change for contaminations; sheet width and slitting adjustment on line etc.

Thick PET sheet extrusion technology is under developing.

A latest XPS production line using CO2 blowing agent with fully automatic down stream equipment runs in Germany.

A barrier film Lamination inline on PET sheet extrusion line runs in UK.

New version of EPS cups molding system technology for energy saving and cycle speed fast runs in Taiwan.

A latest thermoforming machine with 6.5M long heat oven runs the EPS foam hinge lid take out containers in 44 cpm forming speed in Germany.

Photos of Exhibitions:
  K show Exhibition in Dusseldorf
  Arabplast in Dubai   Interplast in Moscow
  NPE Show in Orlando   Plastindia in New Delhi