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X-Compound establishes new Customer and Application Centre


X-Compound, one of the worldwide leading manufacturers of Continuous Kneaders, recently opened its new Customer and Application Centre in Kaisten, Switzerland. Companies interested in the manifold possibilities of Continuous Kneaders technology are invited to visit the new facility.
Central part of the new centre is the Continuous Kneader CK100. This line can be used to simulate demanding and complex processes. All peripheral equipment required is available at the lab.
“Our Application Centre gives us the possibility to show our technology in detail and in operation. It will be the basis to inspire our customers” states Raul Friedrich, Managing Director of X-Compound.
Stefan Nägele, Head of Process Engineering and R&D adds “We also use the new possibilities to let our customers explore and gain practical experience in our technology during training courses.
Last but not least X-Compound is going to use the Application Centre to develop further improvements of the technology.

About X-Compound:

We design, develop and manufacture Continuous Kneaders since 1997 striving to optimize the technology invented in 1942 by Heinz List. We evolved into a worldwide leading manufacturer of Continuous Kneaders. Since 2011 X-Compound contributes to the international activities of the Troester Group, with its world-wide renowned high-quality cable production lines and rubber extrusion and processing equipment. Founded in 1892, managed by its owners from the beginning onwards, and with its headquarter in Hannover/Germany, TROESTER is setting the milestones for rubber and plastics processing industries. As part of the group, we ensure qualified service and support to our customers.

Our Continuous Kneaders and complete compounding plants are tailormade for your application and engineered to produce materials with the best quality at lowest operational costs. Our Kneaders are exceptionally well suited to handle temperature sensitive, shear sensitive as well as highly filled materials for a broad range of applications.