Recycling Machines and their functions

Recycling Machines and Functions

The recycling sector is one of the most remarkable sectors of the last period, both in the commercial sense and with great benefits to humanity. In the light of the knowledge that the humanity will work for the future and that the world will not stop producing waste in the near future, it would not be too overwhelming to say that the recycling sector will be one of the biggest business lines of the future. In this developing sector, with the growth of the workload and the increase in the amount of waste, all the leading machinery companies of the sector are competing with each other to produce more effective, more powerful machines. As a result of this competition, which is a kind of arms race, the latest fashion recycling machines used in recycling factories have emerged. So what are these recycling machines and what do they do?

What are Recycling Machines and what do they do?

There are different machines operating in different tasks in recycling lines. These machines, which are all in their use, can be said to be the main areas of use. To separate the wastes from dirt and dirt, to separate the wastes from sand and mud, to dry the washed wastes, to break and to break them according to their size, to break down and to disintegrate and to return the cleaned and decomposed wastes to the ready to be processed raw materials with various methods. . In general, a plastic recycling line consists of machines that perform these tasks. Which machines are used in which task?

In general terms, the machines we call washing separation systems are used in both the washing and separation section of the waste. Machines such as centrifugal separators, separators are also used in the washing and separating section of the line. Conical presses and similar machines are used for drying plastics which must be dried before being processed. If your waste line products are not suitable for the size of your other machines, this time, the crushing and shrinking machines such as single-shaft shredder, double-shaft shredder and plastic shredding machine come into operation. After all of these processes, your washed, dried and minimized materials are ready to be processed in machines that convert waste to raw materials such as conical or flat granule machines and agglomerate machines.