The equipment manufacturer says the most recent machinery is made for efficiency of operations and energy use.
The ongoing company is going to be presenting its Plastcompactor, designed to agglomerate a variety of plastic materials after separation and cleaning. The ongoing company says the equipment is suitable for processing thermoplastic components such as fibres, little tapes, foams, movies, stretch or slim films, fine contaminants, shavings or powder, and plastic materials that are hard to mention, mix and stock.
Based on Useon, the agglomerated materials shows excellent stream properties and a high bulk density. As a part benefit, the ongoing company says, the agglomeration procedure achieves an efficient separation of residual humidity. Useon plastcompactors are available for throughputs of to 1500 grams each hour up, the ongoing company says.
In many cases, Useon says, the production of agglomerate using a plastcompactor is really a permanent well-priced alternative to a recycling extruder.
New from Useon may be the SB series granulators, created for all sorts of size reduction applications from polyethylene terephthalate bottles to pre-shredded materials the ongoing company says.
The ongoing company says the granulators offer higher throughputs, reduce energy consumption, rotor lots and automatic treatment of plastic recycling machines larger product quantities even.
In addition, Useon says the construction design of the SMS Series granulators from Useon Meckesheim GmbH continues to be improved in order to handle the most demanding durable applications in a single stage.
These machines feature rotor widths which range from 600 to 2000 millimeters and with travel capacities between 45 and 315 kilowatts. The knife design is usually segmental, hence ensuring a quick and easy exchange from the cutting equipment. Typical applications are large, thick-walled semi-finished products in polyethylene, polypropylene, polyamide and polyoxymethylene, pipes with high wall structure thicknesses and large purgings. The company says the SMS series can be used with other hard to grind materials also, such as aramid fibres, amalgamated materials and carbon fibres. This is feasible because of the SMS series rotor style, the company says, as the rotor can be forged like a single piece and rotor knives are set in a stopper. The company says the look also helps prevent "dead places" where materials rests can deposit.
Useon Meckesheim also says it could source wear-plated rotors and housings built with an exchangeable wear zone for cost savings weighed against time-consuming armoring from the casing and rotor.
For processing extremely large waste materials plastic pipes up to a diameter of 3 meters Useon Meckesheim has designed the brand new HOS series oscillating shredder employing a rasp feature. The shredder provides an oscillating size-reduction surface capable of shredding extremely huge pipes with lengths of up to 6 meters in asingle stage.
The company says the shredder offers very low noise operation and is an excellent value. It is also suitable for use with abrasive presents and components low energy intake for cumbersome feed materials, based on Useon.