Recycled Plastic Granules Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter
RR Petroplast reprocesses all typesí plastic waste purchased from resin producers, Molders, extruders, fabricators, and recycling companies. Reprocessed plastic granules manufactured from these waste are alike the quality or virgin material and are sold at slightly reprocess granules of all types are available. The company is a pioneer in the field of plastic waste recycling in India.
At RR Petroplast, there is a commitment to provide innovative products and services that bring total satisfaction and considerable value to customers. There is a stringent pro-active quality control procedure, a firm commitment on following safety, health and environment measures. Thereís a responsibility towards creating and ensuring a safe and clean environment.
All the testing like MFI Testing, ASH Content, Density of the Material and Moisture in the Material are done at our plant to ensure the best quality and guaranteed granules.
Most plastics do not break down with recycling. The recycling process does not shorten the grains, strands or fibers within the materials and consequently does not reduce its strength. Other materials do not have such positive recycling qualities. For paper, the recycling process shortens its grains and makes it more brittle. Paper may only go through a certain number of recycling cycles before it must be rejuvenated with virgin stock. Recycling paper utility is improved by applications like paperboard, which is thicker and not as affected by the brittle nature of its raw materials.
There are two general types of recycled materials;
Post-consumer: Materials retrieved after they were used for the purpose for which they were originally manufactured.
Pre-consumer: Materials retrieved that were generated as scrap or waste material of a production run. These materials are also referred to as "post-industrial".
Because plastics are made from fossil fuels, you can think of them as another from of stored energy. Pound for pound, plastics contain as much energy as petroleum or natural gas, and more energy than other types of garbage. This makes plastic an ideal fuel for waste-to-energy plants. Waste-to-energy plants burn garbage and use the heat energy released during combustion to make steam or electricity. They turn garbage into useful energy.
A material can be called a plastics if it satisfies three conditions itís main ingredient must be a polymer material, it must be fluid at some point during processing (usually processed using heat), and it must be solid in its final from. Plastics can be made up of many different kinds of polymer, and can be processed in many different ways, but as long as they satisfy these three conditions, they are bona fide plastics. Polymer can come in different shapes. For example, microwaveable food containers and Dacron carpets are made of liner polymer. Soft and flexible shampoo bottle and milk jugs are generally made using branched polymers. Car tires and bowling balls, on the other hand are composed of cross-link polymer. All of these polymer types are long and flexible
molecules, so they can wind together and tangle like spaghetti on a plate.
Some polymer are synthetically produced, such as nylon and polyester, while others can be found in nature; silk, hair, natural rubber, and even starch are examples of polymers (read more details about natural polymers). In principle, any of these polymers could be used to produce plastics; in practice, however, over 90% of all plastics are made from just five polymers, all of which are synthetic. Processing plastics the initial unprocessed mass of polymer, called resin, is processed into different shapes using a variety of methods, including; extrusion, injection molding, compression molding, transfer molding, and casting. Different processing techniques result in the wide variety of forms that plastics can take; ranging from thin films and elastic sheets, to resilient panels and hard, solid three-dimensional shapes. During this process they are also often combined with plasticizers and other additives, such as coloring, to increase their strength or flexibility, or to improve their appearance.