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Recycle Fiberglass

12/20/2010 2:08 AM

We produce FRP Cooling towers and we have a stock of waste FRP casings we dont use.

I've been searching for feasible ways of recycling them. Mechanical grinding them into powder and fillers seems the best choice.

I was wondering if any one could help me find equipments for it.

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Re: Recycle Fiberglass

12/20/2010 3:31 AM

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Re: Recycle Fiberglass

12/21/2010 3:30 AM

I'm sry.

I didn't know.

plz Help if u can about the question

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Re: Recycle Fiberglass

12/21/2010 4:22 PM

OK - did't mean to slap you down too hard - but now you know.

It seems a fair question - sorry that I can't help much, way out of my field.

What do you have in mind by way of using it as reinforcement? I'm pretty sure that it couldn't do much good if it was granulated, but maybe if it could be shredded somehow so that the fibres were still intact it may do some good. As I say, not my field.

Have you already searched around on the internet?

[And plz avoid using txtspk - it's not well appreciated here].

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12/20/2010 7:52 AM

We do not help people that ignore our rules.

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