Recyclate of controlled quality by Erema

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 / Published in Exhibitors' news

Visitors to the Plast 2018 show will be able to see the recycling quality of the Intarema 1108 T from May 29 to June 1. Reject rolls from PE packaging film production will be processed live at the Erema trade fair stand to make quality recyclates. The new Erema business unit Powerfil will provide information on the latest filtration solutions from the post-consumer and PET sector for interested attendees.

“Reducing material costs by recycling production waste and then putting it back into the production process is an established standard in the manufacturing of packaging", states Andreas Dirnberger, business development manager for the Inhouse Recycling sector at the Erema Group. “Easy operation, a high degree of automation, high machine availability and above all stable recyclate quality are decisive criteria in making a purchase". PE film waste will be processed live, directly and without any pre-shredding to make high-quality pellets at the Erema trade fair stand. "The Intarema 1108 T on show at Plast Milan can, depending on configuration, handle up to 600 kg per hour when processing edge trim", adds Andreas Dirnberger.

Trade fair attendees will receive information about the Erema melt filters directly from the Erema business unit Powerfil which will be represented at Plast for the first time. In line with the motto "Plug in Performance" Powerfil now offers both the SW RTF partial surface backflush filter system and the Laserfilter as individual components. "Many of our customers advertise with the high quality of their recyclates. In order to maintain this level of quality despite input materials becoming increasingly contaminated we offer a working concept which brings together high quality requirements and stable, affordable operating costs", says Robert Obermayr, head of Powerfil. An original Erema Laserfilter will be exhibited at the show.


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