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Our company is a leading provider of plastic machinery, equipment, and related solutions. For over 18 years, we have been designing, manufacturing, and supplying innovative plastic processing machines to customers worldwide.

Our extensive product portfolio covers a wide range of plastic machinery including injection molding machines, blow molding machines, extrusion lines, recycling systems, and more. Our plastic granule raw material recycling machines utilize cutting-edge technology to effectively regrind, wash, and refine post-industrial and post-consumer plastic scrap into high-quality regrind for reuse. These systems can handle various plastic types and output uniform, clean plastic granules ready for reprocessing.

In addition to equipment supply, we also offer plastic product customization and manufacturing services using our own machines. Whether you need short prototype and pilot runs or full-scale production of plastic parts and components, our experienced engineering team can deliver. With a variety of secondary processing equipment for assembly, decoration, and finishing, we provide complete plastic product solutions to meet your exact specifications and requirements. Our manufacturing services range from consumer products and electronics parts to medical devices and automotive components.

  • Plastic Shredder 1000 Type PP/PVC/ABS Plastic Crushing

    Plastic Shredder 1000 Type PP/PVC/ABS Plastic Crushing

    Introducing the robust Plastic shredder 1000, engineered to meet the demanding needs of PP, PVC, and ABS plastic crushing. This powerhouse is designed for efficiency and reliability, capable of handling a variety of plastic materials, ensuring a smooth and cost-effective operation. With its high-throughput capabilities and precision engineering, the Plastic Crusher 1000 stands out as an essential tool for recycling plants, manufacturing facilities, and any business looking to streamline their plastic waste management. Experience the ease of maintenance and the durability of this machine, making it a smart investment for long-term productivity.

  • Plastic particles regeneration mechanical-extruder

    Plastic particles regeneration mechanical-extruder

    The Plastic Particle Regeneration Mechanical-Extruder is an advanced machine designed to recycle plastic waste and produce high-quality plastic granules. This state-of-the-art machine is instrumental in promoting environmental sustainability and reducing plastic pollution. 

     Working Principle: 

    • Plastic raw materials are introduced into the machine through the feeding port, where they are fed into the main body by the feeding wheel. 

    • Inside the main body, the plastic raw materials are subjected to high temperatures, causing them to melt. Simultaneously, the materials are mixed and stirred by the rotating screw, resulting in a homogeneous melt. 

    • Once the melt reaches the desired fluidity, it exits the machine through the outlet. 

    • The melt is then cooled, solidifying into particle form. These particles undergo processes such as cutting, vibrating dehydration, and transportation to a storage bin.

  • Plastic artificial rattan extrusion machine for furniture

    Plastic artificial rattan extrusion machine for furniture

    • Artificial rattan is usually made from plastic materials like PVC, polyethylene, or polypropylene. The raw plastic pellets are melted and extruded into the rattan shape.

    • Extrusion machines feed the plastic pellets into a hopper which leads to a turning screw. The screw pushes the material through a heated barrel, melting it.

    • The molten plastic is then forced through a die with the desired profile shape (round, oval, flat) which forms the rattan strand.

    • The strand goes through a water bath to cool and harden, then runs through puller rollers to straighten and smooth the surface.

    • Typical extrusion machine capacity is 50-500 kg/hr depending on the size. Screw diameter, heating zones, and die design all factor into output.

    • dies can create solid or hollow rattan strands, as well as curved, knobby, or textured surfaces to mimic natural rattan look.

    • Secondary equipment can cut and print the rattan for desired length and color patterns. The strands are assembled into furniture frames or woven panels.

    • Key components are the hopper, screw, barrel, die, cooling bath, and pullers. Process monitoring and control systems are critical.

    • These extrusion lines run continuously and are common in factory settings for high volume production. Various grades are available for indoor/outdoor use.

  • Exercise Equipment elastic Hip Circle Resistance Bands extruding machine factory

    Exercise Equipment elastic Hip Circle Resistance Bands extruding machine factory

    • Extrusion is a common manufacturing process used to make resistance bands and other rubber products. It involves forcing raw rubber material through a die to form the desired shape.

    • The raw rubber material is first mixed with fillers, pigments, antioxidants, and other additives to achieve the desired properties. This material is fed into an extruder machine.

    • The extruder heats and presses the rubber material through a shaped die, forming a continuous length of material with the desired cross-sectional profile (e.g. round, flat).

    • As the extruded material emerges from the die, it passes through a water bath to cool and set the shape.

    • The cooled extrusion is then cut to length by automated cutters to produce individual resistance bands.

    • Additional finishing steps may include trimming, smoothing, printing logos, adding attachments, and packaging.

    • Factories contain multiple extrusion lines working in parallel for high volume production. Quality control checks are performed throughout the process.

  • Flexible braided pipe pvc pipe extrusion machine

    Flexible braided pipe pvc pipe extrusion machine

    • These machines extrude PVC plastic into pipes and coat them with a braided sheath for flexibility and strength.

    • They consist of an extruder, a braiding unit, cooling system, and take-up reel. The extruder melts the PVC and pushes it through a die into a tube shape.

    • The braiding unit weaves polyester or nylon yarn around the pipe as it comes out of the extruder to create the braided exterior.

    • Cooling systems like vacuum tanks or water sprays set the pipes as they are braided. The take-up reel winds up the finished braided PVC pipe.

    • These machines allow continuous production of braided PVC pipes used for plumbing, irrigation, industrial liquids and more. Production speed, size and wall thickness can be adjusted.

    • Key benefits are flexibility, strength, corrosion resistance, and ease of installation compared to rigid PVC or metal pipes.