Efficient recycling of laminate wasteFor a manufacturer of wooden floors, a RHEWUM screening machine is the solution to increase efficiency.
The laminate manufacturing process involves many steps. The biggest waste, however, occurs when the wooden boards are cut into planks. Both cut waste and sawdust are produced, which can hardly be sold as a final product. This was exactly the problem that RHEWUM`s screening machines were used to deal with in 2016, when one of the global leaders in wooden flooring and interior design relied on RHEWUM to recycle its waste and thus increase the overall efficiency of its production. The special challenge here was the separation of the finest sawdust from a mill. In general, wood-based materials tend to clog the screen cloth easily. During the screening process, the fine particles can get stuck in the meshes and reduce the screening performance.
In this case, the customer`s grain spectrum was broad. From easily visible wood chips with a size of more than 10.0 mm, which have to be crushed again, to the screening of fine dust below 400 microns, which accounts for almost one