PP PE Film Washing Recycling Line
Electrical parts: ABB,SIEMENS,OMRON
Process: Belt conveyor - Wet crusher - Hot steam washer - Floating tank - Screw feeder - Dewatering machine or squeenzer or densifier - Dryer - Blower - Silo
1. High automation, Less man power, low energy consumption, high output
2. Film label removing solution
3. With a materials pre-treatment system such as Pre-washer, Label processing module, highly improve quality of end product
4. The complete solution for metals, sediment, water treatment, granulation
5. Provide centrifugal dewatering and squeezing technology
6. Material contact parts are made of SS 304
7. Our PE PP washing line has been exported to many countries，such as America，Japan，Malaysia，Indonesia etc.
PP PE Film Washing Recycling Line flow chart:
PP PE Film Washing Recycling Line technical parameters:
Dewatering machine - Using Method and Cautions
The usage method and precautions of each kind of equipment are different. In order to produce safely, we must know the correct use method and the matters needing attention.
Method of using dewatering machine
1. Before opening, check whether all parts of the machine are in good condition.
2. Material to be dehydrated is evenly placed in the rotating cage of the dehydrator.
3. After starting the motor, the speed of the dehydrator is gradually accelerated. Generally, the dehydration is completed in 5 to 10 minutes.
4. When stopping the dehydrator, special attention should be paid. First, the "stop button" should be pressed to make the motor power off. When the speed is slowed down to a certain extent, the brake handle is operated to stop the rotation of the inner rotating cage.
Cautions for dewatering machine
1. Material with different water absorption should be dehydrated separately.
2. If strong vibration occurs during dehydration, the power switch should be switched off immediately, and the material should be placed uniformly again before dehydration.
3. Do not overload the material placed.
4. Do not place your hands in the inner rotating cage during the dehydration process.