Plastic Granule Making Machine
high production rate
low energy consumption
easy maintenance,no downtime
best price/ service
Plastic Granule Making Machine/ Pelletizer Machine
Pelletizers are another subset, and are a technology designed to
provide uniform pellets of resin, following its extrusion through a
strand die face. Whether virgin or reclaimed material, once the
resin is extruded and cooled, the pelletizer cuts the strands at
high speed, yielding pellets of a prescribed size for optimal
processing in manufacturing environments.
l High efficiency and high performance
l Material is cut,pre-dried,pre-heated,pre-homogenized and compacted
in the shredding drum.
l Many materials can be processed directly without need of the
upstream pre-shredding,reduction in operational costs.
l Less power consumption cost per kilogram,high throughput,reduced
floor space occupation and operator attendance.
Applicable plastic materials:PP,HDPE,LDPE,LLDPE,TPV,EVA,ABS and
Material shapes:Film,bag and flake
Material types:Woven bag,printed LDPE film,film
(rolls,loose,bundles),agricultural film waste,foamed plastics(EPS)
Note:Depanding on material property,various downstream equipment
Consulting of Plastic Recycling Machine
As people already in this business already know, plastic recycling
is not an easy matter.
If you are a beginner, you better watch out because even people
with experience are making mistakes and here we're talking about
lots of money.
So, if you get some advices you know how much it cost, if you
don't, you may be lucky, and I wish you are, but if you aren't you
can go in big troubles.
If you already are (in troubles) I may be able to help.
IF YOU ARE ALREADY IN RECYCLING and absolutely satisfied of the
system you're running this is not for you.
But if you have some concerns about quality and/or throughput of
your line this is what I can do for you.
First is to check, together with you, and according to your
personal experience I do respect very much, all the weak points and
see if I'm able to do something.
Second is to see if operating costs can be decreased by adding,
replacing, moving or removing a piece of equipment.
And do not be surprised, this happens quite often.
I know you know your system more than very well, and anyway better
than me, but a second opinion will not hurt.
IF YOU ARE JUST STARTING I can tell you which way to go and why,
what to do according to the source of scraps you have and, may be
more important, I will tell you what not to do to avoid mistakes
right at the beginning.
Starting from feasibility study I can go all the way to:
Set up the space required for your scraps, machinery and storage
Laying the system out with all the utilities required.
Provide for drawing for local construction of some parts of the
Put all vendors together so you haven't to worry about interfaces.
Supply the logic of the system, as far as electrical and electronic
control, the water circuit and so on.