Better film, faster!
BLOWN FILM EXTRUSION
For over 50 years, Gloucester Engineering has
been a global leader in blown film extrusion. You can
count on Gloucester technology today, tomorrow,
and for years to come.
We make your line perform better through
state-of-the-art upgrades, retrofits, components,
and process advice.
Our products are backed by the
best warranties in the industry and
we stock more than 1,700 OEM
Gloucester Engineering has developed a next-generation controller for your blown film line. Whether you are looking to optimize or upgrade your aging equipment, our modular controller can get the most out of your system.
Gloucester Engineering’s bubble cooling techniques provide significant performance and production advantage to OEM and existing blown film systems. Our experience, R&D, and innovation provide the highest value and longest running bubble cooling equipment in the industry. Our cutting-edge design will deliver value through higher output, improved thickness uniformity, and better product quality and consistency.
Gloucester Engineering's winders are among the most advanced in the industry. Our winders deliver precision tension control, forward and reverse winding, taper tension, and taper layon to provide superior control of roll hardness for perfect conformity. Many of our winders have been running for decades so you know our systems are built to last.
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Heritage Bag, one of the largest can liner manufacturers in North America, is a second generation, privately owned business headquartered just outside of Dallas, TX. With over 100 extrusion lines spread between six strategically located plants around the United States, Heritage is the recognized industry leader. Recently, they began construction on a new facility in Roanoke, TX, which will replace its presently outgrown headquarters. The new building will be more efficient as it will house both high-efficiency manufacturing plant as well as the new corporate center in one custom-built 330,000 square foot building.
"Our new plant is really going to be a 'Grand Experiment' for us," says Cray Quinn, VP of Corporate Facilities and Major Projects at Heritage. "We'll use this state-of-the-art facility to test new methods and technologies that will test the limits of what we can do.