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Blown Film Extrusion

Since 1985, Pearl has developed innovative products to enhance blown film extrusion. Retrofitting over a thousand lines for major extrusion manufacturers around the globe, each retrofit achieves the same goal of improving film quality, increasing output, and reducing maintenance.

•  Bubble Guides
•  Cage Arms
•  Collapsing Frames
•  Gusset Boards
•  Pre-nip Chillers
•  Side Guides
•  Slats & Backers
•  Spreader Bars
•  And more
 

 
Converting

For over 30 years, Pearl has provided quality product solutions for any unique converting application. Whether it’s building a high-speed machine attachments for punching holes, perforating, or slitting units, Pearl revolutionizes the industry with quality product solutions.

•  Air Cylinders
•  Perforators
•  Punches
•  Punching Attachments
•  Sealers
•  Slitters
•  Spreader Bars
•  Wicket Attachments
•  And more

 
  • Company News And Events

    Application Lab

    Pearl’s Application Lab allows pre-testing of customer material or samples on lab equipment.  Send a sample and Pearl will recommend the best punch attachment unit or punch for the application.  Results will be shared, making your choice easy. We offer side-by-side analysis on different punch attachments, pre-testing of customer supplied film or samples, trials for both continuous or intermittent applications, and so much more. Call today to learn more about this testing option, which will save both time and money! [... click to read more ...]

    Roundtable On Extrusion Equipment

    FlexiblePackaging — June 2016 Q: It seems that changeovers and purging times are still some of the big things that contribute to waste when it comes to extrusion equipment. What’s being done to help minimize waste?  Pearl Technologies’ products are always designed to increase ease of use and quick changeovers. On the extrusion side of our business, Pearl continues to innovate in process enhancements that offer extruders flexibility in bubble management while minimizing waste. For example, innovations allowing quick transitions from a gusseted a [... click to read more ...]

    RIT’s SMASH Experience for Girls wins STEM program award Finger Lakes STEM Hub honors SMASH program director Kara Maki

      The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Summer Math Applications in Science with Hands-on Experience for Girls has been recognized by the Finger Lakes STEM Hub as an exemplary K-12 program in science, technology, engineering and math. Kara Maki, director of SMASH and assistant professor in RIT’s School of Mathematical Sciences, will be honored for her efforts at the STEM Hub Recognition Awards Luncheon on May 13 at St. John Fisher College. “This award is an enormous compliment from inspiring educators in our community,” [... click to read more ...]

    Pearl Technologies Partners with RIT to Support SMASH Program

    Pearl Technologies Inc., a leading manufacturer of parts for converting and extrusion capital equipment, recently partnered with the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) by presenting at a program called Summer Math Applications in Science with Hands-on Experience for Girls, (‘SMASH’), to encourage young women to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) career opportunities. Headquartered in Savannah, NY, Pearl is located about 60 miles east of RIT.  The company has been working with the college since 2011, when Pearl ​had its first co-op stud [... click to read more ...]

    Women In Plastics: Linda Gillette

    Linda Gillette is vice president of Pearl Technologies Inc., a Savannah, N.Y., supplier of components used alongside film extrusion, such as punches, perforators, gusset boards, bubble guides and bubble cages. Her father, who worked in manufacturing, and her mother, who raised her children at home, instilled the values of a well-rounded person, she said. Gillette graduated with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y. This education, combined with her leadership skills, gave her good background to assume later supervisory positions [... click to read more ...]