A recycled fiber opening machine is a kind of equipment used for fiber recovery and reprocessing. Which mainly includes waste cloth scraps, old cotton, clothing, and so on. The wide range of processing materials makes it play an important role in the field of recycling. It is a necessary recycling and processing machine in various textile recycling production lines.
How does the fiber recycle?
The category of fabric fiber is very wide, and the types it contains are also very many. The finished fabric fibers are more compact than their own fibers in terms of density and thickness. In order to achieve fiber regeneration, need to reopen and loosen the tightly connected fibers to decompose into their original form. And then the combination of these fibers processing, so that the initial realization of fiber recycled processing.
Uses of recycled fiber
The used fabric fibers can use in other fields, although they will not have their original use value after being reprocessed. Some processed felt, for example, can use as a cleaning item. While other recycled fibers can use for wrapping objects, taking advantage of their thermal properties.
How does the recycled fiber opening machine work?
Recycled fiber opening machine mainly composed of frame, combination chain, roller and other multiple round rolls, etc. When the materials will be put into the material transfer zone. Startup power source, the material will ship to the opening area. The material will be a preliminary comb and open, with a high-speed rotary roller can make the fiber coupling force between the smaller, reach the purpose of the release and remove part of the material.
The degree of opening and loosening of fiber raw materials is usually based on the number of blows per meter length fiber layer or the number of blows per gram weight fiber layer. Increasing the number of blows in a certain range can improve the opening and loosening quality of fiber raw materials. However, if the number of blows is too much. It is easy to cause fiber damage, resulting in fiber defects increase, affecting the quality of yarn.
Benefits of fabric fiber recycled
If the waste fabric fibers are simply disposed of by landfill, long-term accumulation will increase the burden of the soil. So it is necessary to properly recycle and process them.
Therefore, the biggest benefit of fabric fiber recycling lies in alleviating the pressure caused by fabric pollution on the environment. On the other hand, the fiber after recycling and treatment has the use-value again, which is very consistent with the development prospect in today’s era of vigorously advocating resource recycling and utilization.