An EPS recycled granulator is a machine that crushes and melts expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam into small pellets. These pellets can then be reused to make new EPS products, such as packaging, insulation, and other materials.
EPS recycled granulators are typically used by companies that generate large amounts of EPS waste, such as manufacturers of electronics, appliances, and food packaging. Granulating EPS waste can reduce its volume by up to 90%, making it easier to transport and store. It also reduces the environmental impact of EPS waste, as it prevents it from being landfilled or incinerated.
EPS recycled granulators work by first crushing the EPS foam into small pieces. This is done using a variety of methods, such as shredding, cutting, and grinding. The crushed EPS is then melted in a heated chamber. The molten EPS is then extruded through a die to create small pellets.
The pellets produced by an EPS recycled granulator can be used to make a variety of new products, including:
- Packaging materials
- Carpet underlayment
- Picture frames
- Craft supplies
EPS recycled granulators are an important tool for reducing the environmental impact of EPS waste. By recycling EPS waste, companies can reduce their landfill and incineration costs, and they can also help to conserve natural resources.