Aliancys, in its latest customer brochure, provides a way to call coexistence (co-processing), a recycling option for fiberglass-reinforced thermosetting composites.
Co-processing composite materials are recycled as raw materials and energy for cement manufacturing, replacing mineral resources (material recycling) and fossils, such as coal, oil and weather (energy recycling). In the process, co-processing used composites are replaced by grinding materials.
In the process, the glass fiber thermosetting composite parts from the parts manufacturing process or the termination of life span are cut into small pieces. The resulting grinding material can be combined with other raw materials into an input stream. The strength of the glass fiber matrix composites grinding materials in cement kiln through the co-processing recycling is proved to be cost-effective very good.
"We believe recycling should be an important consideration for new composite parts design," said Fons Harbers, the marketing director of the market and sales. "We believe that this will create favorable conditions for industrial development in the increasing market activity of composite materials grinding into cement."
According to the force of the introduction, in the process, glass fiber composites grinding material in the weight of raw materials can be used to 75% levels. This process contributes significantly to reducing ecological footprint and CO2 emissions.
Li Lian said that two European companies have been actively using the process to large-scale glass fiber reinforced composite parts processing into grinding debris. Neowa Company in Germany not to factory is collecting parts from the German wheat, and composite materials and recycled materials and plastics and waste paper streams mixed. The company will produce the mixture supplied to nearby HOLCIM factories. 2016, Lanmour's Demacq International recycling Company began collecting composite parts from various sources in LAN and Belgium. The company plans to expand its scale in 2017 years and will use the cement manufacturing approach as the main outlet.