Broken Circular Column Forms manufacturers do not recycle
For the broken cylindrical forms processing, many construction units do not know how to do it, is it thrown away? The wooden cylindrical formwork is a green building material. Why do manufacturers not provide recycling channels? This one question is answered today by Xiaobian.
The architectural cylindrical formwork produced by Fangyuan Company is indeed a new type of environmentally friendly building formwork. The reason why it is not recycled is because the degree of damage used by each construction unit is different. The finished product formwork is a large inventory, if it is added. How much larger is the recycling of the cylindrical forms? Coupled with the screening and other work, the human and material resources invested should not be underestimated, and the company's business scope is all over the country. The template is quite reasonable, so most of the round template manufacturers only sell, do not provide recycling, although the supplier does not recycle. However, many template companies use such templates to make scraps. They can transfer damaged cylindrical wood templates to such factories. There are many factories that use Linyi to make plates. It is a good recycling channel. Of course, the template can be used dozens of times. If it is only the concave surface of the surface, the pit can be used with the putty powder, and the quality can be used!
Of course, for the broken cylindrical forms customers also have their own processing methods, this is not limited, because the construction site needs a variety of shapes of building templates, this can be used, such as the square column template used more, as a baffle, Road boards, etc. can be used. Of course, some small bad points for the cylindrical forms are not delayed. If it is smaller, it will not be used. The cost is too big. You can use the template for dozens of times. I don't need it anymore, I can't afford it for the construction unit, so there are many ways to recycle the cylindrical wood formwork. If you can't think of it, please consult us.
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