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09-26-2014

New Generation of Plastics Recycling Plants

Erema

Intarema, the new generation of plants, is combined to a laser filter to compound grinding stocks for injection molding applications (figure: Erema)

Intarema is the name of the new generation of plants Erema GmbH, Ansfelden, Austria, will present at the trade show. It is based on the newly developed patent counter-current technology. With its significantly reduced energy consumption, this new generation of plants is productive and flexible, and, at the same time, easy to operate. In addition, the improved laser filter technique to process highly contaminated materials will be on display.

This combination of Intarema and laser filter technique is particularly suited, among other applications, to compound grinding stocks for injection molding purposes (Fig.). The cutter compactor drum of the compounding equipment prepares the thick-walled grinding stock for extrusion. The counter-current technique makes it possible to feed the dried and homogeneously pre-heated materials into the single screw, with hardly any pressure applied. The material can thus melt under low shear load, which increases filtration efficiency. With its new scraper geometry and its optimized laser filter discharge system following immediately downstream, the plastic melt is then cleaned efficiently at 45 % thickening.

Fakuma Hall A6, booth 6314

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EREMA Engineering Recycling Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH

Unterfeldstr. 3
AT 4052 ANSFELDEN/LINZ
Tel.: +43 732 3190-0
Fax: +43 732 3190-23

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