PET Foam Core Production Line
Based on ECOFEL foam extrusion line, USEON developed PET foam board production line which can turn waste PET into valuable stuffs.
Veritable turn-key project (including know-how transfer)
From lab scale to huge throughput
Wide range of product categories
Can be tailor-made for individual request
Remote technical support through intelligent control system
Photos of PET Foam Line
More About USEON PET Foam Core Line
PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) is the most produced plastic in the world, and most consumed in our daily life.
But what are we going to do with such waste? Now, our Foam Extrusion Technology can turn it into high value-added product-PET foam board which can be used to make composite materials for wind energy turbine, prefab room for train carriage and marine.
Foam extrusion has been our core competiveness. Making the production greener is one of our commitment. We choose environmentally friendly foaming agent and PET bottle flakes as raw material.
XPET Foam Machine Models
What’s PET Foam Core Material
PET foam core material, the main component is PET (Polyethylene terephthalate).
PET foam is a kind of closed-cell thermoplastic structural foam with certain shear and compression strength. Therefore, it is often used as the core material of sandwich structure.
PET Foam Core Boards
PET Foam Core Specification
Density range: 90-220kg/m3
Dimension: Width: 600-1220mm, Thickness: 5-60mm
Features at a glance
Eco-friendly blowing agent
- Variety of raw material sources (bottle flakes)
Reaction, mixing and foam extrusion in one step
Superior mechanical properties
PET Foam Core Application
The mechanical properties of the PET foam core are related to the foam density. The higher the density, the better the mechanical properties, but at the same time the greater the weight, the more materials needed and the higher the cost. The fatigue resistance of PET foam core material is also better, better than some PVC foam core materials.
PET foam core material is widely used in construction, road transportation, rail transportation, aviation, communication, wind power, etc.