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Abstract: Nonmetals reclaimed from waste printed circuit boards (PCBs) are used to replace wood flour in the production of wood plastic composite (WPC). To evaluate property durability against weather exposure, the effects of accelerated aging process on the properties of WPC are investigated. The results show that filling of nonmetals in WPC improves the flexural strength and tensile strength, and reduces screw withdrawal strength. Before hollow WPC with 15% nonmetals (H-15-WPC) underwent aging process, H-15-WPC had a … Show more

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“…The third stage can be seen above 400-900 C where the rate of decomposition of the nonmetallic PCB decreased and became almost constant, with weight loss round 10 wt%. When the temperature was above 800 C, the residue were mainly SiO 2 and carbon black, whereas rHDPE started to degrade around 400 C. This result is similar to research conducted by Guo et al (2010) to study the thermal properties of fiberglass-resin (FR) powder in phenolic molding compound (PMC). The onset temperature of FR powder was about 310 C, and it was reported that resin powder can be burned off and residues are inert glass fibers.…”
Section: Potential Application Of Rhdpe/pcb Compositessupporting
confidence: 83%
“…The third stage can be seen above 400-900 C where the rate of decomposition of the nonmetallic PCB decreased and became almost constant, with weight loss round 10 wt%. When the temperature was above 800 C, the residue were mainly SiO 2 and carbon black, whereas rHDPE started to degrade around 400 C. This result is similar to research conducted by Guo et al (2010) to study the thermal properties of fiberglass-resin (FR) powder in phenolic molding compound (PMC). The onset temperature of FR powder was about 310 C, and it was reported that resin powder can be burned off and residues are inert glass fibers.…”
Section: Potential Application Of Rhdpe/pcb Compositessupporting
confidence: 83%
“…For recycling nonmetal components from WPCB, physical–mechanical technology is drawn mountainous attention and is one of the most effective methods to be used for recycling nonmetals from WPCB. Via this approach, nonmetals in WPCB are usually pulverized into fiberglass‐resin powders (FRP) and can be further used as fillers for many products, such as molding electronic components, phenolic molding compound, wood plastic composite, modifying nonmetallic plate, and polypropylene (PP) composites . However, in the preparation of FRP‐reinforced PP composites, some challenges cannot be avoided via conventional preparation methods .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The 300-700 °C pyrolysis residues (75-80%) can be easily liberated for metal's recovery, and the glass-fibres can be re-compounded into new SMC and BMC structures as a filler replacement (Jie et al, 2008). Nonmetals reclaimed from waste PCBs are used to replace wood flour in the production of wood plastic (polyethylene) composites (Guo et al, 2010). In analogy, addition of PCB nonmetallic fraction as reinforcing fillers in polypropylene (PP) has proven to be an effective way to enhance strength and rigidity: particles 0.178-0.104 mm, modified by a silane coupling agent, could be successfully added in PP composites as a substitute of traditional fillers.…”
Section: Applications In Compositesmentioning
confidence: 99%