Recycling of nonwovens
into high quality materials that may be reintroduce into
Granulation of Fiber Waste
fibers surround and clothe us every day as they exist in
almost any type of textiles and clothing as well as in
fleece, carpets, etc. The types of fiber are mainly
polyamide, polyester and polypropylene.
Knife mills for highest
demands are necessary for the processing of fiber
waste. reliability and precision in knife gap setting
as well as maintenance friendliness and long life are
PALLMANN offers well proven
standard machines in different sizes for these
applications. Trough feed granulators as well as knife
mills with material inlets for feeding via conveyor
belts are used. The PALLMANN cutting technology
prevents fibers from wrapping around the rotor.
of Fiber Waste
is a compact, fully automatic, and a proven
continuous system that converts light bulk density
thermoplastic waste, such as fibers,
into high quality, free flowing granules, which are
later used as valuable raw material in further processes.
The PALLMANN Agglomeration
process offers the unique advantage of material gentle
agglomeration with minimum heat and minimum
thermo-degradable damage therefore preventing any
yellowing of the agglomerate.; the material is heated up
with friction heat only and is agglomerated, within a
fraction of a second, right below the melting point.
Viscosity is insignificantly reduced.