EPS Pre-expander machine

Foam recycling machine is also known as foam recycling machine, Foam recycling mainly uses Foam Recycling Machine to process waste foam into foam material blocks or plastic particles, The eps recycling production line mainly made up by eps scrap crushing machine, eps scrap melting machine, extruting machine, water tank, pearl cutting machine, control cabinet. The whole eps recycling line is operated automatically, and the labor saving is two thirds. This design is highly praised by customers.

· EPS Recycling Machine

EPS Recycling machine reduces the volume of EPS waste by heating compaction, cold crushing or cold compression, and then re-pelleting. EPS particles prepared by foam recycling mechanism or mixed with other polymer materials are processed into plastic alloy to make plastic products, such as hanger, flowerpot, video, furniture, building materials or insulation materials. Guangxing also provides EPS Recycling Machine, Guangxing Foam Recycle System adopts international leading all in one system technology, making the crushing , sieving and deducting together for systematic production.

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EPS Recycling machine are mainly divided into three categories:

1.EPS Hot Melting Machine

eps hot melting-machine

EPS Hot Melting Machine is a kind of equipment that crushed waste foam, then heated and melted by heating device, and then extruded and formed by screw rod.

2.EPS Foam Compactor Machine

styrofoam compactor machine

The foam compressor is also called polystyrene foam reducing machine. The recovered foam is put into the hopper, and the foam is smashed and compressed by the equipment shredding and crushing mechanism.

3.EPS Recycling Pelletizing Machine

eps granulator machine

The EPS recycling pelletizing machine is to first crush the scraps, and then use a foam granulator to force the foam fragments into the extruder screw barrel, heat, melt, extrude, stretch, cool, and cut into recycled granules, which are then recycled.