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Fully automatic recycling system for edge trim.
Compactly designed, no operating personnel needed most of the time, top quality end products. INTAREMA® K transforms edge trim efficiently and carefully into high quality, clean pellets. Up to 100% of pellets returned to the production process. Saves raw material as well as disposal costs. That is how this investment practically pays for itself within the shortest time.
This superlative level of quality and cost effectiveness is possible thanks to the combination of three efficient EREMA solutions: Counter Current®, Smart Start® and ecoSAVE®.
It's amazing what you can recycle with INTAREMA® K. Here are some examples.
Fully automatic edge trim system including automatic throughput adjustment and standby mode
High-quality end product: up to 100% of pellets returned to the production process
Enhanced material intake, greater flexibility and higher throughput thanks to Counter Current®
Maximum user-friendliness thanks to Smart Start®
No pre-cutting of the edge trim necessary
Minimum labour required thanks to fully automatic operation
Supremely flexible: feeding possible via cyclone, feed rollers or conveyor belt
Lower energy consumption, lower production costs and CO2 emissions thanks to ecoSAVE®
Short extruder ensures careful material processing with minimum thermomechanical stress
Short amortisation period
Minimum service and maintenance
Compact, space-saving design saves floor space
How it works
Feeding with edge trim is automatic and direct via pipes and cyclone (1). Loose waste material can also be fed into the machine by a conveyor belt (2) or a feed rollers (3) .
In the patented preconditioning unit (4) the material is cut, mixed, heated, dried, compacted and buffered.
Next, the tangentially connected extruder with its extremely short screw is filled continuously with hot, pre-compacted material.
The innovative Counter Current technology enables optimised intake action across an extended temperature range. In this special, patented extruder (5) the material is melted at an extremely low temperature in an air-cooled pelletising system (6) and turned into pellets.
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