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Introducing the Take Up System (TUS)

The dual-purpose machine offered by Dynisco has been exclusively designed to draw material from the LME into fibers.

To create the required fiber diameter, the fiber is wound onto the spindle with a changeable speed drive. The Take Up System (TUS) contains two lower rollers that draw the extrudate from the LME to create a strand. This strand can be cut into pellets with the help of the LEC Pelletizing Chopper.


  • Variable speed drive
  • Draws fibers into smaller diameters and wraps them around a spindle to create a pelletizable strand
  • A pair of lower rollers create a strand by pulling the extrudate from the LME; this strand can be cut into pellets by using the LME Chopper


Certifications and Approvals

  • ISO 9001:2015
  • EU Declaration of Conformity for LEC, LME, and TUS
  • RoHS Compliance Fact Sheet


Dynisco Product Portfolio

From innovative technology in the industry’s most comprehensive range of sensors to leading performance and quality in controls, indicators, and analytical systems, Dynisco has demonstrated the experience, expertise, and knowledge that deliver the right solution for customers’ exclusive applications and also offer unrivaled support to them.

Service Solutions

Dynisco Service Solutions

Dynisco has a wide global network of specialists with many years of integrated pressure and application experience, whose goal is to collaborate with customers to improve their systems, resolve issues, and keep their operations efficient and economical.


Streamlined Rheology for the Masses

Dynisco deals with many problems, like the correlation of laboratory values to online production, the necessity to test polymers, and the effect of viscosity and melt flow index on the quality and profitability of parts.

Dynisco ViscoIndicator Webinar

Video Credit: Dynisco

Simplified Rheology: A Technical Discussion

Users can interpret the technical aspects of various parameters. They can learn how these parameters vary between production and laboratory standards, as well as how today’s sophisticated equipment can adapt to these variations.

Simplified Rheology for the Masses: A Technical Discussion

Video Credit: Dynisco

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