Physical method recycling is an effective way to handle atrial radiofrequency ablation catheters, primarily using thermal treatment or mechanical destruction to process the discarded catheters. The main advantage of this method is its speed and the ability to handle large volumes of material, making it suitable for hospitals or processing centers that need to quickly process a large number of discarded catheters.
Compared to the physical method, chemical method recycling employs chemical solvents or reactions to decompose the catheter materials. This method's advantage lies in its ability to more thoroughly decompose the complex components of the catheters, especially effective for those with intricate chemical compositions.文章源自平泽贵金属回收公司 www.51gjs.comPINGZE Precious Metals Recycling-https://en.51gjs.com/47084.html
Considering a recent batch of recycled atrial radiofrequency ablation catheters made from high-plasticity materials, containing recyclable plastics and metal elements, as well as tiny electronic components, we have chosen chemical method recycling for these specific catheters, given their characteristics.文章源自平泽贵金属回收公司 www.51gjs.comPINGZE Precious Metals Recycling-https://en.51gjs.com/47084.html
In recycling these particular catheters using the chemical method, it is first necessary to classify and preprocess the catheters, removing any large components that can be manually separated. Subsequently, appropriate chemical solvents are selected, and the catheters are immersed in specific chemical solvents to decompose the plastic and metal elements.文章源自平泽贵金属回收公司 www.51gjs.comPINGZE Precious Metals Recycling-https://en.51gjs.com/47084.html 文章源自平泽贵金属回收公司 www.51gjs.comPINGZE Precious Metals Recycling-https://en.51gjs.com/47084.html