Fiberglass Recycling

Fiberglass recycling line can treat waste fiberglass, fiberglass pipe, etc. The whole fiberglass recycling process includes shredding, crushing, and pulverizing. the whole line just needs 3-4 men to operate. With 20 years of experience in recycling, WANROOETECH not only mastered the key technology but also improved machine designs to address specific product features. WANROOETECH offers fiberglass recycling solutions that are high output and low energy consumption.

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Why do we need to recycle fiberglass?
As we all know, fiberglass is a broad-spectrum material. It is a material made of thin glass fibers woven together. It is made up of silica, sand, and other naturally occurring materials typically found in glass. Fiberglass can be divided into two major groups, continuous fibers and discontinuous fibers. Continuous fibers are widely used in yarns and textiles. Discontinuous fibers are widely used in batts, blankets, etc. Generally speaking, fiberglass is a kind of very usefully chemical material, when we enjoy the benefits and conveniences it brings to us, we also must be careful to handle it properly and not let its toxins collect in landfills.


On the other hand, fiberglass is a very strong material and can last for many years. After recycling, it can create even greater value. For example, it can be used to make fences instead of wood fences after recycling. Fiberglass fences are more durable than wood fences. In this way, we can also protect the forest resources on the earth.


How to recycle fiberglass?
Fiberglass waste silk needs to go through a series of pre-treatment processes, including cleaning, crushing, cleaning, and drying. The purpose of these steps is to remove impurities from the waste silk and achieve a state suitable for melting in the furnace.

The preprocessed waste wire is sent into the furnace for melting. At high temperatures, waste silk gradually melts into liquid glass. During this process, it is necessary to strictly control the temperature of the furnace to ensure that the waste wire can be completely melted without producing too much gas or impurities.

The melted liquid glass undergoes further processing, such as clarification and homogenization, to remove bubbles and uneven parts, ensuring the quality of the final product.


Fiberglass recycling process:

Step 1: Fiberglass shredder
Fiberglass shredder is a machine that is used to shred fiberglass into small pieces. There are many types of fiberglass shredders with different capacities and output sizes. You can always find the most optimal fiberglass shredder according to your actual needs. Fiberglass shredder is widely used in fiberglass recycling. Fiberglass shredder machine can make the fiberglass be easily re-used in the following process.

Fiberglass recycling we recommend that you choose a twin shaft shredder, we have tested, if you use a single shaft shredder, the single-shaft shredder blade damage is relatively large, while the twin-shaft shredder is the perfect solution to this problem.


Step 2: Fiberglass crusher(hammer crusher)
Fiberglass crusher is specialized in crushing various kinds of plastic materials into different sizes of granules(3-8mm). Crushed plastics can be recycled for the reproduction of plastic products. The fiberglass crusher machine can help reduce the volume of plastic waste, greatly save costs and resources.


Step 3: Fiberglass pulverizer
Fiberglass pulverizer mill Machine is a PNMP turbo type PVC pulverizer mill, which has the advantages of high capacity and low power, This pulverizer machine can be used for powder processing of fiberglass and PVC materials. PNMP series plastic pulverizers can process powder sizes up to 15-100 mesh.


Step 4: Pulse Dust Catcher
Fiberglass exposure to humans will irritate the eyes, skin, and respiratory system. WANROOETECH is well aware of that and takes measures. During the operation of fibreglass shredder, there is much dust in the air as the fibreglass is broken down. To prevent possible explosion and air contamination, we run an air ventilation system to expel harmful fiberglass in the air. We recommend that customers choose pulse dust catcher.


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