Pure Water Bag Recycling Machine

We offer one of the most robust and effective turnkey solutions for pure water bag recycling. This fully automated pure water bag recycling washing and the pelletizing line are composed of a series of plastic recycling machines in a specific order optimized for efficiency. Our standard washing lines are available with an input capacity of 500kg/h upwards to 3,000kg/h.


While our standard pure water bag recycling machines are sufficient for most recycling plants, custom setups with additional machinery and increased capacity can be designed for your specific needs.

Pure Water Bag Recycling Machine


Why recycling Pure Water Bag?

Disposable pure water bagged water meets people’s actual needs for drinking water, which has largely promoted the widespread use of disposable bagged water. Plastic water bags are cheap, lightweight, durable and easy to carry. Disposable pure water bags are very popular in Africa because they are much cheaper than mineral water bottles.

Environmental protection: Recycling disposable pure water bags can help reduce the generation of plastic waste and reduce environmental pollution. The recycling and reuse of plastic bags can reduce dependence on native resources and lower resource consumption.
Resource conservation: The recycled pure water bags can be recycled and transformed into new plastic products or other materials, achieving resource recycling and reducing waste.
Reducing the pressure of garbage disposal: Recycling purified water bags can help alleviate the pressure of landfill and incineration, and reduce the negative impact on the environment during garbage disposal.
Promoting sustainable development: Promoting the recycling of pure water bags helps establish a circular economy model and promotes sustainable social development.

Pure Water Bag Recycling Machine

Which plastic can recycle?

PP, PE, HDPE, LDPE, LLDPE, PA66, PC, PET, OPP, BOPP, CPP, BOPET, ABS, PVC, PBAT, PLA plastic film and etc.

Pure Water Bag Recycling Machine

How to recycling Pure Water Bag?

The water film of the pure water bag is for one-time use. It is made of recyclable material. Throw it into the recycling bin after use. The next time the bagged water comes, it will be made of new materials. There will be no problem of reuse and cleaning. After pure water bag recycling, the bagged water can be crushed into plastic particles, and the clean plastic can be obtained through a plastic washing machine, and then can be made into new plastic particles through a plastic granulator to make other plastic products.

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Pure Water Bag Recycling Washing and Pelletizing Line:

The entire pure water bag recycling washing pelletizing line is controlled via a central electric control panel and cabinet. Each piece of equipment is connected using conveyors.


Plastic Crusher: The plastic crusher cuts the pure water bag into even smaller pieces approximately 10-20mm in size. With water constantly injected into the cutting chamber, our wet granulation process also “pre-treats” and partially cleans the pure water bag before moving on to the next machine.


Friction Washer: A high-power washing machine, our cold water friction washers spin at nearly 1,000 rotations per minute. As the pure water bag enters the friction washer, the plastic film rubs against each other at high speeds getting rid of hard-to-remove contamination. At the same time, any paper and cardboard is broken down into fibers and removed. While one friction washer is standard, various washing plants have requested a secondary friction washer to ensure thorough cleanliness.


Sink Float Separation Tank: Using water as a medium, materials that float are separated from materials that sink. In the case of pure water bag recycling, pure water bags will float while heavier contamination such as dirt, sand, glass, metals, and other plastics will sink. A screw conveyor at the bottom of the sink float separation tank removes the contamination. While separation is one aspect of this apparatus, a secondary function is to further clean the plastic film.


Centrifugal Dewatering Machine: The first step in the drying process, our centrifugal dewatering machine uses centrifugal force to remove a large portion of water within the pure water bag before moving forward onto the thermal dryers. As thermal dryers use heat to dehydrate water, they requires more energy consumption during operation. Hence, the use of the dewatering machine is beneficial in savings for long-run operations costs.


Screw Press Dewatering Machine: An optional piece of equipment, the screw-press dewatering machine is a more advanced version of the standard dewatering machine. Instead of using centrifugal force to remove water from the pure water bag, the screw press squeezes the water out via high pressure. This machine can actually take the place of both the dewatering machine and thermal dryers.


Thermal Dryer + Cyclone Separator: The clean pure water bag is vacuumed out of the dewatering machine and into the thermal dryer system where it’ll travel down a series of stainless steel tubes mixing with hot air. The remaining moisture is dehydrated in this process which ends with a cyclone separator. The cyclone separator allows the pure water bag to mix with a fresh stream of cold air which prepares it for storage in the product silo. The cyclone separator is also effective in removing fines and such dust.


Product Silo: A storage tank for the clean, dry pieces of pure water bag.


Plastic Pelletizing Machine: The final step in plastic pure water bag recycling and maybe the most important, the clean film needs to be processed into plastic pellets before it can be used in production. To do so, we offer a specialized pure water bag water ring pelletizer system that produces beautiful round plastic pellets. You can choose pure water bag pelletizing line or pure water bag squeezing pelletizing machine.


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