A tobacco stem expansion plant is a facility that processes tobacco stems, which are the woody, fibrous parts of the tobacco plant that remain after the leaves have been harvested and processed. Tobacco stems contain cellulose, a type of natural polymer that can be used to manufacture a range of products, including paper, plastics, and textiles.
In a tobacco stem expansion plant, tobacco stems are typically shredded or ground into small pieces and then treated with chemicals to break down the cellulose and other plant materials. The resulting pulp is then washed, filtered, and dried to produce a cellulose product that can be used in the manufacture of various products.
|Voltage||220 V/380 V|
|Productivity||2000 – 6000 KG Per Hour|
Tobacco stem expansion plants are typically used by tobacco companies and other organizations that generate large amounts of tobacco waste, such as tobacco primary manufacturing plants and cigarette waste reclaiming facilities.
These plants can help to reduce the environmental impact of tobacco production and disposal by recovering valuable materials and reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills.