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04 Feb 2016 
The description of each machine is within its relative section.


Generally in most plastic recycling lines, sorting of scraps is the very first step.


Following the link you will discover some description of what manual and automatic sorting means, the bad and good areas of each one.


Equipment used for sorting are actually Bales Breaker, used for bottles washing mainly, Conveyor Belts with different create, Metal Separators and Detectors, with different Trommels and configurations.


After separation plastic scraps is going to size reduction; in this section we mixer extruder are discussing Shredders and Granulators.


A good separation is why is the ultimate product pure therefore there exists a description of Dry Separators and wet separation with Sink-Float Tanks and Hydrocyclones.


Addititionally there is some description of different ways of washing using Washing Machines with some small explanation about Pre-Washing systems, according with the scarps you will be dealing with, together with rinsing methods with Rinse-Dryers and finally drying, that is the most difficult what to achieve in plastic recycling, by way of mechanical Centrifuges.


Other equipment commonly use are as well Classifiers, Dosing Units, and Mixing Silo.


Whenever your scrap is clean and dry, you should upgrade your final product according with what it is; for this you may want to opt for an Agglomerator (densifier) especially in the event of thin film washing, a Pelletizing Lines together with Polymer Filtration and talking about PET and any Crystal Polymer, an IV update through Solid State Polycondensation.


And do not forget dirt doesn't disappear but goes into Water; few words about a very important subject.


To see how to place everything collectively, please follow the link where there is a detailed information about how and why you need to, or shouldn't, use each one device.
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