UNVEILING THE CASTING PROCESS: HOW METAL PARTS AND MOLDS ARE MANUFACTURED?
Our plant has its own foundry, which ensures a closed production cycle. We closely monitor the technological casting processes and adhere to high quality standards. This approach allows us to create reliable pumps and various parts that meet the highest requirements.
Have you ever wondered how various parts and molds are made of metal?
INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL FORUM 2023
The International Industrial Forum 2023 will take place from May 30 to June 1.
It is the largest industrial exhibition in Ukraine, which since 2005 has been officially certified and approved by UFI – the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, which is the highest level of international recognition for an exhibition event. Our company has traditionally participated in the event for the past 15 years.
PLASTIC RECYCLING. PART 2: HOW TO MAKE PILLOWS AND BLANKETS FROM PLASTIC BOTTLES
TURNING WASTE INTO WEALTH: PLASTIC RECYCLING PROCESS
Today, the most optimal and environmentally friendly method of recycling and obtaining secondary raw materials is the recycling of plastic waste. This helps to preserve natural resources, reduce oil consumption, decrease the volume of waste, and minimize carbon dioxide emissions.
The stages of plastic recycling are:
- Collection and sorting of plastic waste. This process is usually carried out in recycling centers or special enterprises that deal with waste processing. The collected waste is sorted by type of plastic to ensure the quality and purity of the material.
- Shredding the plastic into small pieces, usually called flakes. There are special machines that grind the waste into small particles. The result is a plastic flake that is ready for for the next stages of recycling.
- Cleaning and washing of plastic flakes. This stage removes contaminants and residues of other materials that may be present in the recycled plastic. After washing, the plastic material is ready for further processing.
- Plastic processing into granules. At this stage, plastic flakes are melted and fed through metering pumps to an extruder, where they are turned into granules. Plastic granules can have different shapes, sizes, and colors depending on their intended purpose.
- Packaging and storage of granules. Granules are packed in special bags and stored in warehouses for further use in the production of new plastic products.
High-quality pumping equipment is an important element in the plastic recycling process, as it affects the accuracy and stability of material flow, process efficiency, and the quality of the final product. To purchase the proper pumps, we recommend paying attention to the following characteristics:
- Flow capacity and material dosing accuracy;
- Material of the pump body and parts;
- Adjustability and pressure control;
- Compatibility with other system components, etc.
If you have any additional questions about pumping equipment in the plastic recycling process, our team will be happy to answer.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT PUMPING EQUIPMENT FOR ADHESIVE MACHINES?
Gear pumps are essential components of adhesive machines that require precise, continuous, and reliable delivery of adhesive material. These pumps are used for dispensing and transferring various types of adhesives, including hot melt adhesives, solvent-based adhesives, and reactive adhesives. Let’s explore the features and benefits of gear pumps for adhesive machines.
HOW MAN-MADE CELLULOSIC FIBERS COULD BOOST SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT QUICKLY AND EFFECTIVELY
The textile industry has been under increasing scrutiny for its environmental impact, with many consumers and industry experts advocating for more sustainable practices. One of the most pressing issues facing the industry is the problem of textile waste, with an estimated 92 million tons generated every year. This waste is largely a result of the overproduction of cheap, low-quality garments that are not designed to last.
In response, the industry is starting to shift towards more sustainable materials, such as man-made cellulosic fibers, which are derived from natural sources like wood pulp. These fibers offer a number of benefits, including a smaller environmental footprint and greater biodegradability. In addition, they are renewable and can be produced in a closed-loop system that reduces waste and pollution.
Despite the potential benefits of these fibers, they currently make up a relatively small portion of the total fiber production volume. However, this is expected to change in the coming years, with production projected to double to 10 million tons by 2035. This growth will be driven by a combination of consumer demand, increased investment in research and development, and improvements in manufacturing processes.
While the use of more sustainable materials is an important step towards a more circular and responsible textile industry, it is not enough on its own to solve the waste problem. To truly make a difference, the industry must also adopt circular design practices that prioritize recycling and upcycling. By embracing these strategies, the industry can help to create a more sustainable and resilient future for textile.