Polyethylene sheets are plastic films made from one of the most commonly used plastics. Like all plastics, polyethylene is a kind of petroleum product. It is a very powerful plastic, you can from the shopping bag to the bulletproof vest and other items to find. When the thickness is about 0.01 to 0.4 inches (about 0.3 to 10 mm), the material is more suitably referred to as a polyethylene film. These films are generally translucent, although they can become opaque by the use of additives.
Polyethylene flakes are sold in rolls for many commercial and industrial activities. Material does not rot, resistant to many chemicals. It will not be damaged by extreme weather, which for many outdoor applications is a good choice, and these paper can be used repeatedly.
Polyethylene for a variety of weather resistance, can be a permanent weather barrier on the external walls. It is used for construction and renovation projects, especially as a wall of the steam barrier. The film is usually used to temporarily enclose the room and cover the building materials. The sheets can be used as a painter's drop cloth or solidified concrete to help keep it moist. Some tents are also made of polyethylene.
However, GREENMAX, belongs to INTCO recycling, can well solve the problem, because it has many kinds of recycling machines to do polyethylene recycling. There is a kind of melter machine can especially deal with the polyethylene sheet. This machine can crush these polyethylene sheets first, and then after heating and extruding, these sheets will become the densified ingots, with the volume reduction ratio up to 90:1. Because of it, the melted sheets are easy to transport and will have little pollution on the environment. Then, we can reuse the resources for granulation, refining, paint or for building materials. Recycling can not only avoid the "visual pollution", but also can solve the "potential harm" to alleviate the pressure of resources and obtain some economic benefits.