Polystar presents latest Repro-Flex recycling machine
Taiwan’s Polystar will present its latest recycling machine, Repro-Flex at CHINAPLAS 2016.
The exhibit, a Repro-Flex 100, has an average output of 350-400kg per hour. It is suitable for direct reprocessing of post-industrial polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP) film, PP woven and raffia waste generated from in-house production.
As introduced, the Repro-Flex can effectively and flexibly pelletize a variety of film products including heavily/lightly printed, mono to multi-layer high density PE (HDPE), low density PE (LDPE) and PP film waste. The high quality recycled pellets can be put directly back into blown or cast film extrusion lines for immediate reprocessing.
The company stated that it will continue to focus on the user-friendliness of its recycling machines through re-engineering, making recycling extremely simple for its users.