The present invention provides a plastic recycling line system, including a first granulator for reducing plastic waste to a first particle size. The system also includes a second granulator for reducing plastic waste to a second particle size. A frictional melting structure is provided which melts the first particles and the second particles via use of a rotating plate.
Plastic waste has become a serious community waste problem accounting for up to fourteen percent (14%) of a landfill. As is apparent, this large volume of plastic waste consigned to a landfill has a very low degradation rate, thus potentially creating environmental problems for the landfill.
In the past, there have been numerous attempts to recycle plasticwaste plastic recycling machine into usable and sellable products. These recycling efforts usually resulted in very complex systems which required specific sorting of the particular types of plastic waste and separate processing of the specific types of plastic waste. More particularly, none of the prior recycling systems allowed processing of different types of plastic waste together to end up with a usable recycled product. Still further, many prior systems required washing or chemical treatment of the PPR pipe production line.
Additionally, many of the past recycling systems resulted in unacceptable levels of chlorine gas being released to the atmosphere due to the overheating of polyvinylchlorides (PVC).
Therefore, a recycling system is needed which overcomes the problems discussed above.
The present plastic corrugated Pipe extrusion machine line also provides for a process for recycling plastic waste, including the step of first granulating the plastic waste. Thereafter, the plastic waste is melted via a friction or rotating plate. Thereafter, the plastic is molded into a suitable form.
Additional objects, advantages, and novel features of the plastic recycling line will be set forth in part in the description which follows, and in part will become apparent to those skilled in the art upon examination of the following, or may be learned by practice of the invention.