Erema at Chinaplas in Shanghai 25 to 28 April 2016

To demo TVEplus technology for heavily printed LDPE materials

Erema TVEplus technology processes even heavily printed materials to make high-quality recycled pellets

Erema will be exhibiting the Intarema 1007 TVEplus withan Erema SW4/104 RTF melt filter from 25 to 28 April at Chinaplas 2016 (Stand W1A41). This system will be shown live in action with a throughput of 300 to 350 kgs an hour to present the highly efficient recycling of heavily printed LDPE materials.

The high demand for TVEplus technology is explained by the special challenges faced in recycling processes for heavily printed materials. Binding agents and other additives that are constantly found in the inks, for example, are a problem as they melt at the processing temperatures of the plastic matrix and break down in parts. TVEplus technology developed by Erema offers efficient filtration, homogenization and degassing at the highest level. This means that high-quality recyclates which are, for example, reused in the production of film, can be made even from full-surface and multiple-layer printed film scraps in a single pass.

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