Conforma Clad Expands On-Shelf Inventory

Wednesday, February 12, 2003
Conforma Clad has expanded its onshelf inventory of tungsten carbide clad extruder components. Conforma Clad, which dates back to 1968, has been offering long-life extruder screws and liners to the Pet Food and Aqua Feed markets for 3+ years. During this time period, the company has made investments in shelf inventory of replacement components for Wenger and Extru-Tech extruders. While other companies are reducing their on-hand inventory, Conforma Clad has added additional sizes and models to their product offering. In addition to expanding their replacement components for Extru-Tech and Wenger models, Conforma Clad is in the process of manufacturing replacement screws and liners for Sprout-Matador single screw extruders and replacement barrels for Clextral extruders.

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