LASTIC RECYCLING MACHINE – WE TAKE CARE OF YOUR PLASTIC WASTE
NGR plastic recycling machine process plastic in every form that includes hard, bulky, tear-resistant weaves, fibers and foamed material. The Plastic industry has also confronted NGR with additional challenges such as multilayer films, compound materials, printed and dyed materials.
Polyester Fibers (PET) like POY, PSF are recycled successfully.
NGR meets the plastic recycling machine needs of all the major Woven Sacks manufactures in India. Raffia industry is successfully running NGR Lines in India to work on Zero Wastage policy.
Plastic Recycling FILMS and LAMINATES requirement –
Film manufacturing Industry producing Blown Film, Cast Film, BOPP, BOPET needs Waste plastic recycling. Laminates plastic recycling machine is also one of major requirement as the structure of Laminate vary each time.
Each requirement is assessed well to define if Single Venting is sufficient or if condition demands then NGR has effectively developed Double Venting System for such critical requirements for 100% Printed film/Laminates. Depending on the contamination level and the amount of gas in the molten mass due moisture, ink volatiles, solvents etc, the use of single or double degassing is selected.
PET – PLASTIC RECYCLING / UPCYCLING WITH THE NEW LSP – PROCESS LIQUID STATE POLYCONDENSATION, WHY YOU NEED IT?
IMPROVING PET-PROPERTIES IN THE LIQUID STATE
LSP takes advantage of the material being at a higher temperature range (270 to 280 C) & therefore an increased reaction-speed of the poly condensation. The LSP-Process can increase the IV-Value by 0,01 to 0,02 dl/g within minutes.
VERSATILE APPLICATION OF THE LSP-REACTOR FOR RECYCLING DIFFERENT PET-PRODUCTS
By combining the LSP-Reactor with commonly used plastic recycling equipment (Shredder-Feeder-Extruder-Combinations), the system becomes extremely versatile to recycle all sorts of PET-products, as thick walled parts like performs, bottle flakes, fibers, sheets, etc.
RESULTS FROM TEST RUNS ON PET-FIBER-PRODUCTIONSCRAP
The input material was PET-fibers combined with “chunky” parts of the spinning-process & had an IV of 0,62dl/g. The measured IV of the rPET was 0,70 dl/g. The increase of IV can be controlled by varying the residue-time in the LSP-Reactor.