Fibres, filaments & yarns

Yarns and cords, often used in agriculture and horticulture, are usually made of polypropylene fibres twisted together.

The particular challenge in the mechanical treatment of used cords and yarns is not only that they are made of highly tear-resistant, thin and partly viscoplastic material, but they are also tangled and contaminated by stones, wood debris and other impurities.

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Successful processing of yarns, fibers and filaments

Yarns consist of extremely tear-resistant, thin and sometimes viscoplastic and entangled materials. Usually, these are clean and without impurities or contamination. To enable operators to shred the material economically, Vecoplan offers the powerful V-ECO and VIZ series. To master this application, the recycling specialist has equipped the systems with W and V rotors.