Waste Recycling Machine Solutions
What is waste?
Everything that isn’t useful is waste. And waste isn’t always bad, stinky or gross! Waste can be good for some purposes. Like for recycling. Recycling is reusing of waste by reforming it. Recycling waste involves converting materials that are discarded as usable objects. Waste are items that people discard from using. These items may come from households, schools, hospitals, offices, etc.
Waste recycling is a process of turning used materials into new and useful products. This is done to minimize the use of raw materials that would have been used in the manufacturing of new products. Recycling uses less energy and is a great way of controlling pollution caused due to burning/dumping of waste. There are different types of waste recycling – Paper Recycling, Plastic Recycling, Glass recycling, Aluminium Recycling, etc.
Parason design machines for paper recycling. The waste of papers is collected and undergone operations to generate new papers. The most important task in paper recycling is the collection, transportation, and sorting of waste paper.
The paper waste recycling machine works as follows –
Step 1: Pulping and Screening
The raw material collected is moved into a big paper grinding machine called as pulper or vat. The paper is chopped into small pieces and mixed with water and chemicals. The mixture is then heated up to break it down into fiber. Fiber is an organic plant material. After, it undergoes screening for the removal of contaminants such as particles of plastic glue.
Step 2: Deinking
This step involves washing the pulp with chemicals to remove the ink from the paper and glue residues. Sometimes, another process called floatation is practiced to further remove stubborn stains and stickies which are hard to remove. In the floatation process, chemicals are used to create air bubbles that absorb the sticky particles in the pulp.
Step 3: Refining, Bleaching and Color Stripping
The refining process involves beating the recycled pulp to transform it into sheets that are ideal for paper-making. Additional chemicals are added to remove any dyes left on the paper. The paper is then bleached to whiten it and make it brighter.
Step 4: Papermaking
In this stage, the pulp is ready to be used for paper making. Sometimes new pulp also called the virgin pulp is added to it, which gives it extra strength and smooth texture. Then, water is added to the pulp and it is sprayed on a large metal platform called a screen in a continuous method. The water is let to drain from the screen. Soon, the fibers start bonding with each other. Press rollers are applied to squeeze out more water. The product is then heated to dry them and coat them up. The final paper formed is then rolled up and is ready to be exported.