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|Place of Origin||Japan, US, Europe|
|Original Product||LDPE/HDPE/LLDPE Film|
|Color||Natural, White, Mix Color|
|Type||Post Industrial Waste|
|Appearance||Film and bag|
|Supply Ability||500 Metric Tons per Month|
|Processing Time||15 - 20 days|
|Est. Shipping Time|
15, 30, 45 days
340 USD/MT FOB THESSALONIKI PORT – GREECE.
Post commercial and post industrial.
LDPE FILM (98/2) BALES
If we use plastics commonly without recycling in large quantities which can have a hazardous impact on health and environment. Plastics are produced from crude oil which is a non-renewable resource and creates a pressure on it. When the plastic is not recycled it will b dumped as landfill which coRecycling Process
hile the plastics are heated they turn from solid to gummy liquid and finally to the fluid as heating temperature is further increased. The melting point of LDPE is around 115°celsius which allows a process of ‘float- and- sink’ to separate low-density polyethylene polymer from other polymer materials. The separation process is carried out in a tank using water. As the recycling process ends the polymer liquid material are converted in form of plastic sheets which are sold to manufacturers to produce recycled materials.nsumes green spaces.
Low-density polyethylenes are produced commercially at high pressures in processes employing either tubular or autoclave reactors. In this report two conventional processes, one employing a tubular reactor and one employing an autoclave, have been evaluated. In additional, a process is evaluated that employs gamma-radiation-induced polymerization.
LDPE products are recyclable in most communities and most of the LDPE products are reusable and will last a long time under typical lab conditions if used appropriately, but you can recycle them at the end of their lifetime as long as they are thoroughly cleaned for safe handling.