Use of Aglomer Machines in Recycling
The increase in the human population has brought along the need for more natural resources. In the last century, the number of mankind accelerated out of control and revealed the problem of insufficiency of natural resources. The only solution for the natural resources that has already started to be felt in many parts of the world is the recycling industry. In the recycling sector, the purpose is to make the wastes usable by using the materials we make and make them reusable. For these processes, more than one state-of-the-art machine is used. There are important machines used in the recycling industry. The task of the machine working in each recycling line is different for that line and their importance is unique. The head of the most unique machines draws agglomerate machines.
Tasks of Aglomer Machine
The agglomerate machine can be the most widely used machine in the recycling line. Looking at the benefits of the machine, it can be seen that almost every machine in the recycling line does its job. The plastics generally enter the agglomerate machine after the washing and drying step. Within this machine, they both become fragmented and get volumetric density as well as removing the moisture from the washing process. The answer to the question of how he does all this work is hidden in the knives waiting at the bottom of the agglomerate machine.
In the lower section of the agglomerate machine there are fixed knives and rotating blades. When the waste plastics enter the machine, they are attached to these blades and they are broken down to the lower dimensions. But at the same time, they are connected to each other by the heat generated by the friction of the rotary and fixed blades. They get volumetric density. The benefits of the blades do not stay that far. The air flow and temperature created by the blades also serve to dry the plastic which may have remained moist. It assists multiple functions with the features it provides and therefore it is one of the machines that should be found in every recycling line. In the sector, the number of knives ranging from 2 to 6 is differentiated by their characteristics such as the diameter of the boilers, the engine power and how many kilos can be processed in one hour. Densified plastics from here can be used directly in some areas and usually enter into granule machines.