pvc window scrap
Descriptionpvc window scrap The plastic PVC windows profile is first manually sorted, after which the lineals and off-cuts are either... read more
pvc window scrap
The plastic PVC windows profile is first manually sorted, after which the lineals and off-cuts are either ground into regrind (3/8″ minus in diameter) flake or are immediately shredded. The material is then subjected to a number of specialized pieces of equipment designed to eliminate impurities (weather strip, paper, dust and metals). Additionally, we have color-separating machinery that can classify individual bits of regrind according to color. Our final output is a regrind that is clean, dust-free, and color-consistent, ready for remanufacturing.
The quality or weather resistance properties of PVC from window profiles can be recycled at least seven times without suffering any negative effects. In both injection and extrusion processes, recycled material is frequently used to create new window profiles, building items, electronics equipment housing, and tubing.
The primary material used in windows, pipes, fittings, and stiff exterior door frames is PVC (polyvinyl chloride).
We must recycle all of our surplus PVC products and offcuts because it has so many applications and is completely recyclable. PVC does not naturally disintegrate well, similar to how plastic typically takes 450 years to biodegrade. As a result, when these items end up in landfills, the ecosystem may suffer greatly.
Therefore, it should be our main priority to properly dispose of and recycle PVC trash in order to prevent its disposal in landfills. It’s important to keep in mind that recycling such a common building material has numerous financial advantages, the main one being that recycled PVC is a lot more affordable and dependable building material than primary or “Virgin” PVC.