At Fakuma 2021, one of the first major ‘live’ trade fairs since the Corona pandemic began, Erema subsidiary Pure Loop is looking forward to reminding its customers in person about the advantages of its ISEC evo shredder-extruder series for injection moulders. Companies are under increasing pressure both to recycle more and to use more recycled materials. The ISEC evo series fits seamlessly into this trend.
It’s all about ‘re-injection instead of rejection’, according to Manfred Dobersberger, Managing Director of Pure Lop GesmbH.
The ISEC evo series has been specially designed for recycling different types and shapes of material, regardless of whether solid parts or hollow bodies, roll stock or punched waste or waste from injection moulding production such as sprues, sprue patties and regrind. This is made possible by the input technology that features a combination of a double feed ram system and single shaft shredder. It is an all-in-one line in-house recycling solution that can process scrap and return recycled pellets to the production line. It can even can link directly to a production line via a materials-handling system with, e.g.a blower.
Moreover, in a series of tests carried out together with injection moulding machine manufacturer Engel and Profol, a cast film manufacturer, Pure Loop also recently showed that recycled pellets produced from glass fibre reinforced organo sheets can be processed in the injection moulding process just as well as virgin material.
"The excellent quality of the components produced during trials indicates that the processing of organo sheet offcuts has great potential for series applications in the automotive lightweight sector," says Dobersberger, who is convinced of this future-proof recycling solution's capabilities. (Hall A6, stand 6314).