LDPE & HDPE Recycling Lines

Low density polyethylene thermoplastics consisting of monomers, LDPE; high density polyethylene materials obtained from petroleum are called HDPE. The most obvious difference between LDPE and HDPE is their density. Both thermoplastics are suitable for recycling. They can be reused at the plastic recycling point.

LDPE is used especially in product packaging. It is also used in areas such as laboratory materials, film production, paper coatings, garbage bags, electrical insulation, and oil bottling.

LDPE materials have high resistance strength, and it is important to minimize the use of plastic that disrupts the balance of our nature through recycling and reusing as raw materials in different areas of manufacturing.

HDPE, which is obtained from petroleum, is more durable and resistant to impacts. It is a thermoplastic specifically preferred in production of household goods, toys, plastic bags, net bags, fast moving consumer goods bottling and even in sewer and utility pipes.

With the recycling lines, wastes are purified from foreign substances, cleaned with advanced technology machines, and made suitable for reuse by passing through various processes.

Thanks to the transport unit located inside the HDPE line, minimum effort is required for an effective outcome. It is possible to transfer the granulated wastes to the Big Bag Filling Station. HDPE recycling lines are produced within the framework of special engineering to include advanced functionality.