The hottest new plastic recycling technology will

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The new plastic recycling technology will appear in Dusseldorf

at k 2013, erema will participate in the exhibition with "countdown to the new dimension", announce that it has entered a new milestone in the field of plastic recycling engineering, and will display a new core technology

erema was founded in 1983, and its first generation system has also made major technological breakthroughs. For the first time, erema company combined the cutting/compacting machine with the still more advanced extruder at that time, thus realizing the cutting, compaction and extrusion of waste plastics in a one-step continuous process. In 1993, the company launched the second generation equipment, which once again promoted the great progress of the industry. Since the extruder is now located at the tangent position of the cutting/compacting machine, the quality of the final product can be greatly improved. There will be more and more wearable equipment, and the output and equipment performance will be significantly improved

in addition, erema also has patented auxiliary technologies for special applications, such as double disc and air flush module, which continuously improve the material quality and broaden the processing range of the system

later, erema company continued to develop new plastic recycling technologies, and also developed innovative products, such as vacurema's PET recycling system that directly contacts with food; Tveplus for heavy printing/contaminated plastic waste and then continue loading; Co-ax for large volume materials (such as fiber bags, ropes, auto parts); Corema, used for special recycled materials, integrates the proven recycling and mixing technologies, especially the speed of film removal production, which is 1.5 times less than that of the industry

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