Secondary Glazing

При производстве стеклотары каждые 10% стеклобоя в шихте снижают содержание в выбросах:At the reprocessing plant, all non-glass material shall be removed during the first stage of the reprocessing. Then the collected banks and bottles turn into a glass fight, they call the glued packaging glass in the production. The glass fighter is passed through the magnet to separate the remaining metal lids from the bottle, after which vacuum processes separate plastics and paper residues.

Glass is used to produce pancreas, soda and limestone, but 30-40% of the total mass can be replaced by a second. At a temperature of 1550 °C, all raw materials shall be melted into a uniform mass. The mass is then sent to a bottled car where bottles are removed in special shape at 1200 °C.

When the bottles are ready, they're slowly lapsed or buried. After the folding, the bottles are to be sorted where they are automatically checked. The barrel bottles are returning to the furnace. Prepared bottles are packed in a vacuum and sent to fillers of bottles. The recycled bottle is as good as the bottle just produced from the sand.

The secondary processed raw material or glass fight shall be melted at a lower temperature, and its melting consumes less energy than the production of glass from natural raw materials, one bottle produced from recycled glass, saves energy that allows a 100W light to burn for four hours.

Advantages of reprocessing of glass

Energy savings

The use of glazing allows glazing to reduce energy costs. Thus, energy consumption will decrease by approximately 2 to 3 per cent for each 10 per cent of the glazing used in the production process.

No by-products

The glass is 100% recycled. Process glass - Completely closed cycle without additional waste or by-products.

Reduction of harmful emissions

microparts - 8 per cent

Nitrogen oxide - 4 per cent

Sulphur dioxide - 10%

Commodity savings

Each ton of processed glass saves more than a ton of natural raw materials, including about 650 kg of sand, 186 kg of soda and about 200 kg of limestone.

Reduced waste on landfills

Glass processing prevents glazing from entering polygons, which only allows Ukraine and Russia to preserve more than 16,000 hectares of land annually.

The particular feature of this segment of the processing market is that 97 per cent of the glass collected represents unbited glass receptacles, which, after treatment and disinfection, are reused as glass packagings, beverages, etc.

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