Plastic and Rubber
Bulk Materials are also used in the Plastic and Rubber industry to cater for dry materials processing.
Like other companies, SN Lavalin also supplies bulk equipment to this industry. Our team members are experienced and known practitioners in the industry. We deliver quality and have provided no less than a thousand companies. We source from internal and external plant sites and process the bulk materials through our machinery pieces for proper storage.
We carry other services such as weighing.
Common End Products
Common Plastic and Rubber products produced using bulk ingredients and powder is:
Bulk Material Characteristics
Plastic and Rubber bulk materials may be dry or oily, flowing freely or not; powder or particles. They include
Materials are usually not smooth and contain particles that can cause damage by When you grind or rub against another thing.
Materials are generally dangerous and must be handled with care.
Depending on their form, materials tend to cause particles to become exposed to the air as a result of the stimulus.
- They possess disparate particle sizes.
- They possess materials that cake, pack, or smear
These ingredients are usually very dense, closely packed together.
Common Bulk Materials Handled
In this industry, common bulk materials that are used include:
- Antimony (III) oxide
Antimony (III) oxide is an opacifying agent for glasses, ceramics, and enamels. Some specialty pigments contain antimony. Antimony (III) oxide is a valuable catalyst in producing polyethylene terephthalate (PET plastic) and the vulcanization of rubber.
- Carbon Black
Carbon Black, otherwise known as thermal black, lamp black, or acetylene black, is a product of a partial combustion of heavy-weight petroleum products that include ethylene cracking tar, FCC tar, and coal tar. Carbon black is associated with paracrystalline carbon that has an increased surface-area-to-volume ratio, but short of an activated carbon.
- It can be used as a model tool for soot in experiments involving diesel oxidation.
- It is also used as a strengthening agent in rubber products.
It is used to produce different colours of paints, inks and plastics. Carbon is toxic and may cause when you come in direct contact with it.
BPA stands for bisphenol A. BPA is an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins since the 1960s. BPA is found in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins. Polycarbonate plastics are often used in containers that store food and beverages, such as water bottles.
Other popular materials include plastic flakes, plastic pellets, rubber, resins, silica sand, starch, pearl, pigments, iron oxide, etc.
Functions of SN Lavalin's Bulk Plastic and rubber Equipment
- It reduces the time for wash-down or damage.
- It helps eliminate cross-contamination between changeovers.
- You can use it to prevent material and site contamination.
- It may contain debris and dust.
- It ensures good organization and tidiness.