PAC trim removal systems help non-woven
companies densify and reclaim trim
Non-woven companies face many challenges when handling their waste trim. Precision AirConvey can engineer custom trim removal systems that remove — and if needed, reclaim — non-woven trim in the most efficient, productive and cost-saving way possible, enabling companies to save money on waste disposal and virgin materials.
Densify Your Non-Woven Waste
Loose non-woven trim is incredibly high-volume/low density. It quickly fills up waste bins and trucks headed to the landfill. PAC's inline cutter/fan systems densify trim by cutting it up into a confetti that can be packed much more tightly than continuous trim or long pieces of cut trim.
Our WastePAC Densifiers and balers can make handling non-woven trim waste even more efficient by creating easy-to-handle bricks or bales.
Reclaim Your Non-Woven Trim and Scrap
Many non-woven companies opt to reclaim their trim and refeed it into the extruder to create more product. PAC's Granulate Feed Systems allow companies to create high-quality product made out of 20% reclaimed non-woven trim and scrap. This high percentage represents a significant savings on virgin material.
Custom Designed Non-Woven Trim Removal Systems
PAC's engineers custom design systems that solve the specific challenges individual non-woven companies face. We offer options that eliminate static, control dust and reduce noise. If you reuse material rolls, consider PAC's Roll Splitters to lower labor costs and keep workers safer.
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The PAC Cutter was designed by DuPont and built for the first time by Alpha Lehigh in 1968 in small quantities for their mylar film plants. Precision Inline Cutters (PIC) was the exclusive Cutter manufacturer for DuPont. In 1983 PICRead PAC blog