Plastic extrusions are used today in all major industries. We are facing the fastest rhythm of technological evolution ever recorded and it would appear that the plastic material is here to help us in this evolutionary race.
A material that is not quite naturally used almost in all industries and has some great features and benefits for any application.
It is very light and can be easily formed into any desired shape for any purpose. It is also very easy to produce so too will be very cheap to buy and use in your company profile. The best and worst properties that plastics have is that they lasted a very long time.
The Pipe Extrusion process involves feeding the material into one end of a hopper where it is melted and then forced through a die which forms it into a pipe.
This is why it is one of the main materials used today in all industries; however, it is not biodegradable, and if left in the wild will keep the shape and nature and will not be put into the ground.
There are many species today that can die because they have plastic beer holders packed in their throat or on some of their limbs so that they become vulnerable to their normal predators and are in great danger.
First of all small beads or areas of thermoplastic material are dropped into the opening on the plastic extrusion machines and soft drops to a screw rotating at 120 rotations per minute which in turn encourages bead into the main barrel machine.
After the completion of this first step of the thermoplastic material is heated to a temperature that is required to be formed with customer preferences and design schemes.