High potential with increasing demands for recycling technology
Plastindia 2012 will show, that India is the preferred global source for plastics and will show indicate the future perspective of the plastics industry in India. Since recycled products are often more economical than new materials and more environmental friendly, India has high potential with their increasing demands to economic raw materials and low recycling rates.
PET recycling has become an essential factor for the saving of crude oil and thus for the reduction of CO2 pollution. More than 80 percent of the PET recycling companies in Germany, and more than 60 percent of the European recycling companies use S+S polymer, metal, and colour separators for the reliable separation of contaminants.
See S+S FLAKE PURIFIER multi-sensor sorting system live at the Plastindia trade fair. The FLAKE PURIFIER performs up to three sorting tasks (plastic types, metal, and colour) in one go. Also at S+S Plastindia booth: metal separators like RAPID VARIO-FS, RAPID COMPACT and magnetic separator EXTRACTOR-SE.
The Sesotec group is one of the leading manufacturers of machines and systems for contaminant detection and material sorting. Product sales primarily focus on the food, plastics, chemical, pharmaceutical, and recycling industries. Sesotec's global presence includes subsidiaries in Great Britain, Singapore, China, USA, France, Italy (2), India, Canada, Thailand, a representative office in Turkey, and more than 60 partners all over the world. The Sesotec group presently has 550 employees, about 450 are working at the main factory in Schönberg.
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