Used Styrofoam, also called EPS or expandable polystyrene foam, is light, hygienic and commonly used to pack food, drinks, fragile and deformable goods. Usually, Styrofoam products are 98% air and only 2% PS. It has been a big environmental problem due to the fact that the material is difficult to recycle and costly to transport. Harden Machinery has been dedicated to Styrofoam/EPS/XPS volume reduction technologies and the Styrofoam/EPS/XPS densifier is one of our major products. With our Styrofoam/EPS/XPS densifiers, the Styrofoam/EPS/XPS foam blocks are compacted into densified logs and can be easily transport for further processing such as extrusion pelletizing.
By Harden Industries Ltd. based in Zhongshan, CHINA.
Removal of pentane and other VOCs from the molding and extruding process – commonly use regenerative thermal oxidizers (RTO) for air pollution control needs.
By Catalytic Products International (CPI) based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA).
PET and other rigid plastics are usually made from either PET, high density polyethylene (HDPE), polypropylene (PP) or polystyrene (PS) – the hard, not expanded type. Recovered items such as bottles, pots and containers can all be baled sold on to recycling companies. If you’re unsure which type of plastic waste your business generates, we can help you identify it and recommend the best solution for your needs.
HSM provides balers for use with plastics in many different scenarios from small volumes, with the aim of creating a tidy, efficient work area is the main aim through to demanding, high volume situations where a baler which can deal easily with throughputs of many bales per hour is required.
Our new generation of modern balers have been created to use low levels of energy, generate a minimum level of noise and operate without the need for constant supervision.
By HSM GmbH + Co. KG based in Frickingen, GERMANY.
The key to understanding the production process of synthetic plastic, rubber, or fiber lies in the four principle methods commercially used in polymer production. All polymers and copolymers are made by either the use of one or a combination of methods. These methods are bulk, solution, suspension, and emulsion.
By National Oilwell Varco based in Dayton, OHIO (USA).
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