LANGUAGE TRAININGS FOR PLASTICS INDUSTRY
LANGUAGE COURSES IN PLASTICS PROCESSING
- Do you work for an international plastics processing and/or recycling company and even though you know the language you lack professional vocabulary?
- Are you a part of a machine installation team and need to deal with engineers from other countries?
- Would you like to learn some of the industry-specific vocabulary in speech and writing?
- Would you like to work abroad, but you do not know enough of the vocabulary of the plastics industry?
- Are you a salesman or work in the purchasing department and have constant contact with foreign companies and would you like to communicate with them fluently?
If you have answered one or more of the above questions in the affirmative - try our language course.
We work on the global market - Effective communication is not a choice, but a necessity.
COURSE WITH PHOTOS - Each topic will be supported by photos that will make it easier for you to understand the topic.
Online course: "English for intermediate level - plastics industry"
1) English explained in English - with pictures - for intermediate students
2) English - German
3) English - Polish
DEDICATED LANGUAGE COURSES
In the near future we will also prepare: Russian, Spanish, Italian, and Ukrainian version
We can also prepare extra for Your company vocabulary which Your people may need. Wit MP3 recording and text book. Just call us and ask.
EXAMPLE OF EXPRESSIONS WHICH YOU CAN LEARN IN THIS COURSE:
PART: START UP OF MACHINERY
- There is a problem with the stability of the process
- There is no constant performance
- Pressure's got big jumps.
- What is the MFI of this material?
- Melt Flow Index of this material is too high
- Is it a regranulate?
- We will use grinded PP
- The line is not aligned
- Machines must be levelled.
- Each shaft must be set according to the first one
- There must be the same distance on each side
- If robots are the future of work, where do humans fit in?
- Watch and note what I am doing
- Do not intensively cool down the screws that have been pulled out for cleaning. They must cool down slowly
- Warm up the machine well before start up.
- The heating time of the machine should not be less than 3-5 hours.
- If the machine is not heated up well, it is possible to screw up the screws.
- We have to move it.
- Hold that for me, please.
- Tighten it.
- There is no reduction
- The water supply should be connected here
- The water outlet should be connected here.
- Connect the air supply here,
- This is how you set up the gap in the head.
- This should be done hot.
- Now we have to wait until the machine heats up
- The pressure is high.
- Run: winder, compensator, extruder, plastic pumps, dispensers, oil pumps, cooling pumps, winder.
- Do not use ordinary steel to clean the die head.
- Use brass scrapers.
- Use brass brushes,
- I need a crowbar,
- I need chains.
- I need a seatbelt.
- I need the jacks.
- Eye wrenches
- Flat wrenches
- Adjustable key
- Pipe wrench
- Gear oil
- Copper grease
- Insulation tape
- Teflon tape
- Please check the electrical connection
- Please bring it back.
- This should be lifted
- Forklift truck
- Hand trolley (toe trolley)
- Could somebody drive a forklift and bring it in?
And a number of others .....
PART: SURFACE SURFACE example phrases
- Titanium white
- Titanium dioxide Ti02
- Colour concentrates
- Primary raw materials
- Secondary raw materials
- PET flakes
- PVC soft, rigid
- Hardness of PVC according to Shore
- PET viscosity IV
- PVC hardness
- Production of composites
- We need to regranulate it.
- The raw material is very poorly degassed
- Could you deliver two trucks of PP regranulate for next week?
- Could you convert this film into regranulate?
- How many trucks of PS you can deliver to us per month?
- Colour concentrates must be UV-stabilised because our product is a profile with an external application and we do not want it to discolour afterwards.
- What is the temperature resistance of this dye?
- How much chalk does this raw material contain?
And a number of other .....
PART: PLASTIC INDUSTRY
- According to Plastics Europe, the top three markets for plastics are packaging, building and construction and automotive.
- Recycling of PET bottles is very fast growing market nowadays
PART: MACHINERY exemplary phrases
- Single screw extruder
- On a twin-screw extruder the raw material is better mixed
- We have to give double degassing because the foil was printed and it can gass
- A horizontal injection moulding machine is better in this case.
- If you want to add more than 80% of the chalk it is better to do it on a compounder with a side feeder or to use the kneader before extrusion
- The melt flow index MFI is tested on a plastometer
- The pipe line consists of an extruder, calibrator, extractor and saw,
- 5 layer foils can be extruded on a blow film extrusion line with 3 or 5 extruders A/B/C/D/E layers or A/B/C/B/A
- Rotomoulding can be used to make large tanks
- Different types of fillers can be added to the production of composites
And a number of others....
At the moment we are offering an English course.
German, Italian, Russian, Ukrainian, Russian are in preparation. Subscribe to our Newsletter to receive the latest information about our courses.
Every month we prepare for our subscribers an interesting Ebook with information about our industry, processing methods, materials, machines, etc.
For those who know less about the language we are preparing another course "Basics of English for beginners - the plastics industry".
The course includes a training script with industry vocabulary and phrases and an MP3 audiobook for listening in the car, at home or on a smartphone.
Ask a question
You cannot cope with translating a phrase, please send it to us by e-mail. Most asked questions we will translate and add a free bonus to our courses.
You will receive a translation of the phrase, and our courses will be more and more useful for all of you, and we make them for all of us who have to cope with the industry, better and better ... :-)
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