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  • How Does a Plastic Pelletizer Work?
    The working principle of a plastic pelletizer is basically to heat, melt, and extrude the plastic raw material to make it a uniform plastic melt, and then cut the molten plastic melt into uniform-sized granules or pellets by extruding and cutting through the mold. These pellets can be used to produce plastic products again. More details about the plastic pelletizer can be viewed on our website.
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    How Does a Plastic Pelletizer Work? The working principle of a plastic pelletizer is basically to heat, melt, and extrude the plastic raw material to make it a uniform plastic melt, and then cut the molten plastic melt into uniform-sized granules or pellets by extruding and cutting through the mold. These pellets can be used to produce plastic products again. More details about the plastic pelletizer can be viewed on our website. Our website: https://plasticmachinesl.com/plastic-granulator-machine/ Contact Us Via Whatsapp: +8617303821432
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    Plastic Granulator Machine
    Shuliy plastic granulator machine's main function is to process waste, broken, or cleaned plastic materials into plastic pellets.
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  • Which Rigid Plastics Can Be Recycled Into Plastic Pellets?
    The main rigid plastics that can be recycled into plastic pellets include polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The plastic recycling and pelletizing process typically involves the following steps:
    Crushing and Cleaning: Waste plastics are first crushed into small pieces using a plastic crusher, and then into a plastic washing machine to remove impurities and dirt.
    Melting and extrusion: Small pieces of crushed plastic are melted at high temperatures to form a homogeneous melt. Next, the molten plastic is extruded through a plastic extruder to form a long stream of plastic.
    Cooling and pelletizing: The extruded plastic stream is rapidly cooled by the cooling water tank, hardened and cut into plastic pellets by the pellet cutting machine.
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    Which Rigid Plastics Can Be Recycled Into Plastic Pellets? The main rigid plastics that can be recycled into plastic pellets include polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The plastic recycling and pelletizing process typically involves the following steps: Crushing and Cleaning: Waste plastics are first crushed into small pieces using a plastic crusher, and then into a plastic washing machine to remove impurities and dirt. Melting and extrusion: Small pieces of crushed plastic are melted at high temperatures to form a homogeneous melt. Next, the molten plastic is extruded through a plastic extruder to form a long stream of plastic. Cooling and pelletizing: The extruded plastic stream is rapidly cooled by the cooling water tank, hardened and cut into plastic pellets by the pellet cutting machine. More details can be found on our website: https://shuliyrm.com/plastic-pelletizing-line/ Contact Us Via Whatsapp: +8617303821432
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    PP HDPE PVC Rigid Plastic Pelletizing Line
    Our plastic pelletizing line is used to process rigid plastics such as PP PE HDPE PVC into pellets. The standard capacity of this plastic flake pelletizing line ranges from 200kg/h to 3000kg/h, which can be customized according to different needs and production scales to meet different customers’ requirements.
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  • What Materials Can Be Crushed By The Plastic Crusher?
    Plastic Shredder is a multi-functional equipment that can crush various types of plastic materials. It is suitable for processing a wide range of plastic materials such as PET bottles, HDPE containers, PVC pipes, plastic films, PP drums, plastic sheets and waste plastic products. In addition, the plastic crusher can also effectively process plastic trimmings and waste materials generated during the production process, crushing them into small particles or fragments for subsequent recycling and reuse. More details about the plastic crusher can be viewed on our website.
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    What Materials Can Be Crushed By The Plastic Crusher? Plastic Shredder is a multi-functional equipment that can crush various types of plastic materials. It is suitable for processing a wide range of plastic materials such as PET bottles, HDPE containers, PVC pipes, plastic films, PP drums, plastic sheets and waste plastic products. In addition, the plastic crusher can also effectively process plastic trimmings and waste materials generated during the production process, crushing them into small particles or fragments for subsequent recycling and reuse. More details about the plastic crusher can be viewed on our website. Our website: https://plasticmachinesl.com/plastic-shredder-machine/ Contact Us Via Whatsapp: +8617303821432
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    Plastic Shredder Machine
    Plastic shredder machines are highly efficient machines that are capable of crushing plastics of various materials into pieces. This article describes the application, structure, working principle, parameters and features of the machine.
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  • How To Use Plastic Pelletizing Line To Recycle Plastic Film?
    The process of recycling plastic film using a plastic pelletizing line is as follows: firstly, the plastic film enters the plastic crusher, which cuts the plastic film into small pieces. Then these small pieces enter the plastic film washing machine to remove stains. This step is to ensure the quality of the recycled plastic pellets.
    Next, the plastic film is dewatered and dried and then enters the plastic pelletizer to be heated, melted, and extruded, which is a key step in the production line, paying attention to the pressure and temperature control during pelletizing as well as the extrusion speed.
    The extruded plastic lengths are then cooled, cured, and fed into a pellet cutter to be cut into uniformly sized pellets. This is the process of processing plastic film into plastic pellets, for more recycling information and recycling machine information you can refer to our website.
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    How To Use Plastic Pelletizing Line To Recycle Plastic Film? The process of recycling plastic film using a plastic pelletizing line is as follows: firstly, the plastic film enters the plastic crusher, which cuts the plastic film into small pieces. Then these small pieces enter the plastic film washing machine to remove stains. This step is to ensure the quality of the recycled plastic pellets. Next, the plastic film is dewatered and dried and then enters the plastic pelletizer to be heated, melted, and extruded, which is a key step in the production line, paying attention to the pressure and temperature control during pelletizing as well as the extrusion speed. The extruded plastic lengths are then cooled, cured, and fed into a pellet cutter to be cut into uniformly sized pellets. This is the process of processing plastic film into plastic pellets, for more recycling information and recycling machine information you can refer to our website. https://shuliyrm.com/plastic-recycling-granulating-line/ Contact Us Via Whatsapp: +8617303821432
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    PP PE Film Plastic Recycling Granulating Line
    Our PP PE film plastic recycling granulating line is a kind of equipment or production line used to convert waste plastic film into plastic pellets. The output of our plastic film recycling lines usually ranges from 500kg/h to 2000kg/h, and the specific output can be customized according to customer needs.
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