Recycled Cationic Dyeable Chip is called Eco-friendly polymer. By adopting a unique production process, Recycled Cationic Dyeable Chip is made from recycled bottle flakes. These flakes are made into recycled PTA. And PTA and MEG have transesterification and polymerization reaction. During the process, the SO3NA group is added to the macromolecule chain. Then we get recycled cationic dyeable polymer granule.
Features of Recycled Cationic Polymer
- 100% post-consumer bottle flake manufacturing;
- Uniform and stable viscosity, excellent spinnability
- White color, excellent uniformity, and the same whiteness as original chips
- Less impurities, good filtration performance, and long spinning component period
- High spinning rate, and uniform dyeing performance
- Wide application
- Friendly to environment
Among the above features, the last one is the most important. In the past, waste plastic bottles were thrown away as garbage. If disposal methods such as landfills and incineration are adopted, secondary pollution will be caused. But if these bottles are used to produce recycled PET, it can “turn waste into treasure” and allow limited resources to become infinitely recycled.
The latest research on “Science Progress” shows that since 1950, humans have produced 8.3 billion tons of plastics on a large scale. By 2050, there will be more than 12 billion tons of plastic waste left in nature. One plastic bottle weighs about 20 grams, and 50,000 plastic bottles can make 1 ton of recycled polyester chips. The annual output of 30,000 tons of recycled chips means that Hubei Decon can digest 1.5 billion waste plastic bottles a year.
The Cost of Recycled Cationic Polymer
Since its raw material is discarded plastic bottles, should recycled PET be cheaper than the original one? The answer is NO. The reason includes the following two aspects.
Compared with the original one, the raw material of recycled PET has more impurities. Affected by this aspect, recycled chips have higher requirements for process control. Crushing is essential in the process of plastic “transforming”. Plastic bottles are of various sizes and shapes. They need to pass through cleaning, screening, melting, and refining. The recycled plastic bottles come from all corners of the world, and the shape, thickness, and pressure resistance are different. Some even contain various pollutants such as mud, sand, and oil stains, which increase the difficulty of processing.
Terminal companies require that manufacturers of recycled fibers must have GRS certification. GRS is the global recycling standard, which is the certification standard established for recycled PET and fiber by the International Federation of Environmental Certification Bodies. And our factory has successfully obtained GRS certification. What’s more, we can provide customers with TC certificates.