A foam densifier helps to reduce the incidence of factory fires

It is reported that a fire broke out at a recycling facility in Larry, North Carolina, last Tuesday evening. According to Dennis Marshall, a Raleigh fire officer, the fire lasted at least an hour at 2310 garner road, which was so big that some residents in the city could smell the smoke. While no one was injured in the accident, the fire reminds us that it's time to pay attention to the neat of the foam recycling factory.

Generally speaking, factories with good internal environmental management are less prone to accidents. However, for foam manufacturers and related recyclers, keeping factories tidy is not an easy task, because the lightweight foam makes it necessary to occupy more space than ordinary plastics. Over the years, relevant foam manufacturers, logistics providers, and recyclers have been looking for a solution to this problem. Fortunately, they have found it. As long as a foam densifier is equipped, the factory can be kept clean and tidy.

What is the operating principle of the foam densifier?

The foam densifier first pulverized the foam, extruded the foam through the screw to guarantee the foam melted in the screw, and extruded through the discharge port. The treatable materials are EPS, XPS, EPE, PSP, and EPP. At present, the main advantage lies in the quality of discharging materials. Different structures are given for different materials. The discharging port ensures the maximum reduction of material performance and avoids material degradation. At the same time, some companies also develop functions such as conveying, automatic cutting, water cooling, and automatic bag dropping.

Once the loose foam is compressed by the foam densifier, it will become a solid foam ingot, which can be stacked up neatly in the corner of the factory, and the melting point will also increase. You will no longer have to worry about the fire caused by negligence. In short, foam recycling is of great significance. Everyone should shoulder the responsibility of recycling.