Basic parameters of the product
Since PET bottles are practically non bio-degradable, it was very difficult to dispose them. New technology was developed in Europe, Korea and finally China which helped in recycling this post consumed PET bottles to make man-made fibers like Recycled Polyester Staple Fiber. These fibers are then used to make non-woven carpet for auto-mobiles, making quilts, yarns, pillows etc.
First bottles arrived in a factory, collected from trash, in bale form. These bales are opened and manually sorted to take out contaminations like iron, PVC, stones etc. Once cleared these PET bottles are crushed to make 12-15 mm flakes and are hot washed in chemical solution containing 2% solution of Sodium Hydroxide. This chemical helps in taking out glue from bottles and also cleaning them. The overall contaminations in PET flakes should not be more than 200 ppm.
These flakes are then dried and taken to vacuum driers where surface moisture as well as inherent moisture is taken out and flakes become soft/crystallized & dried. Moisture held within the PET flakes it is known as inherent moisture. The Driers helps to reduce the inherent moisture to less than 200 PPM.
Package And Transport
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