We search for solutions for you. Day after day. And we find them. For your recycling requirements today. And for those of tomorrow. Even if you are talking about complex special applications such as in the fields of automotive, compounding, bioplastics and wood-plastic composites (WPC).
What motivates us? Pioneering spirit, our more than 30 years' experience in finding solutions in plastics recycling, and our passion for taking on brave new challenges. That is why we can offer you the decisive competitive edge for your specific special application.
Higher throughput, better quality – you will arrive at your destination sooner with innovative EREMA recycling solutions for automotive plastic parts. Especially high-performance: the new INTAREMA? RegrindPro?. A specialist for recycling regrind material from injection moulding parts.
If you can combine recycling and compounding in a single process step then there is more in it for you: higher energy efficiency. And above all, a recycling compound with precisely defined characteristics. Exactly the way you need for your special application. COREMA?. The ideal technology for it.
The market for bioplastics is booming. And we were one of the first companies to research and develop recycling solutions in this sector. Strong pioneering spirit. Typical for the EREMA brand.
WPC combines the sustainable raw material wood with polymers. The trend is clear as demand for these products is growing. Just like the interest in the solutions we have on offer for you here - such as HG D water ring pelletising.
The gentle way to achieve top quality
PLA is very sensitive to moisture and the shearing forces that arise in the course of processing. The INTAREMA? T is the perfect answer to this challenge: it recycled PLA in an optimum way in that the material is carefully cut, homogenised, prewarmed and dried to begin with in the preconditioning unit. The drying in this process is so efficient that in many cases there is no need for any additional extruder degassing. This reduces the dwell time in the extruder and the material which is processed in this way is thus melted, filtered and pelletised with minimum shearing stress.
Lightweight construction, saving weight, reducing CO2 emissions and freedom in design: powerful arguments that metals used in today's cars - and in the future - are being replaced by plastics. EREMA supplies the right recycling technologies to efficiently transform large-volume automotive components, injection moulding parts with and without fibreglass reinforcement and textiles into high-quality recyclate.
The objective is to produce a recycling compound for especially demanding applications. The highest recycled pellet quality with a precisely defined property profile. A "bespoke suit" that fits perfectly. The route leads via the innovative upcycling solutions from EREMA featuring, above all, the leading COREMA? technology. This combines recycling and compounding in a single working step. It delivers the best energy efficiency because the recycling material is still in the melt stage when the additives, filler and reinforcing agents required for the special application are fed in.
The market for bioplastics is booming, especially in the packaging sector. EREMA identified this trend early on and has been focussing on recycling bioplastics for many years. During the time we have gleaned comprehensive experience in recycling different types of biopolymer, including bio-PE, bio-PET, PLA (fibres, films), PHA, starch-based products etc. The focus is on technology that provides solutions involving careful processing through minimised thermal stress during the recycling process.
Regardless of whether it is flooring or applications in the automotive and furniture industry: composite materials made of polymers and wood are demonstrating solid year-on-year growth, especially thanks to their advantageous properties such as extended service life and higher durability. WPC solutions from EREMA include water ring pelletising technology that delivers clear advantages in terms of throughput capacity, operability and investment costs.