What Is Plastic Regrind?
Plastic regrind is the output from the plastic granulation process. After plastic parts have been fed through a granulator, chopped up and passed through a grading screen you end up with a granulate called regrind.
Rigid plastic scraps are fed through a granulator .
The rotating blades of the granulator chip away at the plastic scraps until the pieces of regrind are small enough to fall through the grading screen. At which point, they are conveyed away through pipework to a packing station.
Find out more about the plastic granulation process.
After – Plastic Regrind
After the plastic granulation process the plastic scraps are unrecognisable as the product they once were. They are now plastic regrind (roughly chopped pieces of plastic approximately 10-12mm in diameter).
All That Jazz
Often the plastic scraps that are granulated are not all the same colour.
The resulting regrind is therefore a mixed colour. This is known as “Jazz” Regrind.
What Can Storm Recycling Do For You?
Toll Processing – if you have plastic scrap and would like it back in a usable format Storm Recycling can arrange for your material to be processed either to regrind or we can take it a step further and have it compounded back to your desired specification. CONTACT US
Secure Destruction – if you have redundant plastic products, items damaged and subject to an insurance claim, confiscated items etc that need to be destroyed to prevent them from re-entering the market as goods we can help. CONTACT US
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