Parkinson Technologies to Feature Winding, Slitting, and Melt Filtration Technology at NPE 2012

West Hall, Booth No. 6269 - Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, April 2-5

Woonsocket, RI - Parkinson Technologies Inc. will feature numerous products and technologies at its exhibit at NPE 2012, being held in Orlando, Florida from April 2-5. The company will show its latest winding, slitting and melt filtration product offerings for the plastics and converting markets.

"We have been looking forward to the new NPE venue in Orlando because it allows more of our budget to be devoted to bringing equipment, and for us that's what this show is all about," said Peter Termyn, President and CEO of Parkinson Technologies.

At NPE, the company will show machinery from three of its brands:

- a new Dusenbery® Converting Systems Genesis 700 slitter/rewinder, which offers superior entry-level value and performance;

- a Parkinson primary winder with advanced cut-and-transfer technology for difficult webs, and

- an all-new Key Filters KCH screen changer, designed for lower viscosity and elastomeric materials.

While the company will not display a full-scale Marshall and Williams biax orientation line, they will show numerous film and sheet samples showing recent processing developments from the Marshall and Williams in-house technology lab.

About Parkinson Technologies Inc.

Parkinson Technologies Inc. is an industry leader in the development, design and manufacturing of web processing machinery for the plastics, nonwovens, paper and specialty materials industries. Product brands include Parkinson Winders, Dusenbery® Converting Systems, Marshall and Williams biaxial plastics orientation lines and Key Filters plastic extrusion melt filtration equipment. With a world-class pilot plant facility, Parkinson Technologies also offers its customers complete flexibility to conduct sheet/film plastic extrusion and plastics orientation R&D and to produce commercially viable marketing samples. Parkinson Technologies' customers include a broad range of companies, from venture-backed startups to Fortune 50 enterprises, all of whom demand innovative solutions for their plastics orientation and web processing challenges.

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