Recycling Polycarbonate
CD- Compact Disc Recycling Technology, Recycling Process, Company Profiles, Machinery
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  • Polycarbonate (PC) engineering resins are amorphous, clear polymers that exhibitsuperior dimensional stability, good electrical properties, good thermal stability, and outstanding impact strength.
  • Polycarbonate (PC) is known for it's transparency, excellent resistance to impact and its ability to withstand high temperatures during the lifespan of the final article.
  • CD-A compact disc is made up of a polycarbonate disc body (95% by volume), with the dye and reflective layers on the surface.
  • A recycling process consisting of an oven, extruder, pelletizer, oven, injection molder, and granulator, was used to process the material.
  • A recent trend in optical media manufacturing is the escalating price of polycarbonate.
  • Polycarbonate (PC) is used in computer and electronic housings, and here it was sought to reuse this polymer after having been separated from electronic shredder residue.
  • Increasing use of polycarbonate (PC) for optical discs leads naturally to identifiable arisings with the potential for recycling. The difficulty lies in the separation of the polycarbonate from the coatings used to record and preserve the stored information.
  • The increasing amount of polycarbonate wastes coming from CDs and plastic objects makes it necessary to develop a suitable process to recycle these materials.
  • Equipment Costs: the total cost for all equipment is estimated to be 2Crores to process 6 tons per day
  • Investment returns of hardware facilities in 12 months .Major output will be polycarbonate & Silver
  • 98% of polycarbonate is recoverable.0.5 kg of silver is recoverable from each ton of
    CD -R
  • According to one study,
    If the investments made in hardware facilities can be recovered within 37 months with a one-shift operation, it can be recovered within 10 months with two-shift operations, and it can
    be further shortened to 6 months with a three shift operation
General Information
  • Performance Characterization of Recycled Thermoplastics fro Material Life - Cycle Analysis
  • Polycarbonate & Recycled PC
  • Rheological and Mechanical Properties of Recycled Polycarbonate
  • Rheological and mechanical properties of ABS/PC blends
Technology and Patent
  • Recycling Technology
  • Sprue Recycling
  • Technologies for the Identification, Separation and Recycling of Automotive Plastics
  • Blend Composition Containing Recycled Polycarbonate and Recycled Polymethylmethacrylate
  • Recycle Method for Polycarbonate Resin Waste
  • Polycarbonate redistribution method
  • Process for the Recycling of Polycarbonate
Recycling Process
  • Data Erasing and Recycling of Optical Disks
  • Recycling of Compact Disc
  • Recyclability of Flame Retarded Polycarbonate: Comparison of Non-halogenated to Halogenated Flame Retardants
  • Chemical recycling of polycarbonate in a semi-continuous lab-plant.
  • The Life Cycle of a CD Or DVD
  • New Strategies for Compact Disc Recycling
  • Recycling of Polymers
  • Syntheses of polycarbonate and polyurethane precursors utilizing CO2 over highly efficient, solid as-synthesized MCM-41 catalyst
  • Business Plans for Recycling Enterprises
Company Profiles
  • Company in Japan
  • Company in United Kingdom
  • Company in England
  • Company in Texas
  • Company in Ohio
  • Another Company in England
  • Another  Company in United Kingdom
  • Another Company in Japan
Machinery Suppliers
  • Information about plastic recycling machinery
  • Plastic recycling machine
  • Plastic recycling machinery Selling Leads
  • Indian Exporters & Manufacturers
  • Indian Supplier


  • Consultant in New York
  • Expert in Plastics and Rubber Recycling
  • Project Consultancy Services
  • Consultant in California
  • Recycling the polycarbonate bottle
  • Development of chemical recycling processes for plastic waste
  • A New Profit Center for Rechargers
  • Environmental Assessment for Bisphenol - A and Polycarbonate
  • Degradation of Polycarbonate by a Polyester-Degrading Strain, Amycolatopsis sp. Strain
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