FELTHAM – Industrial powder coating systems have an average transfer efficiency of around 60 percent, meaning 40% of the powder paint does not adhere to the component being powder coated. However, this powder cannot simply be recycled. Due to contamination collected during the spray process, the powder paint collected from the spray booth must be recovered and screened before it can be used again.
GREATER MANCHESTER – Headquartered waste management machinery designer and manufacturer, Whitham Mills, has won a contract to provide a state-of-the-art GB-1111FS baler and accompanying feed conveyor equipment to the Gulf emirate of Ajman.
ERIE, PA – Since introducing the revolutionary Shred1™ Ballistic Separator six years ago, Eriez® has successfully installed units in various shredding yards, steel mills and slag processing facilities throughout North America. These innovative separators utilize ballistics to upgrade frag by segregating the copper bearing materials from the rest of the ferrous materials. Customers using Shred1 Ballistic Separators report increased revenues and reduced overhead.
SPITTAL AN DER DRAU – To destroy confidential documents, Russell Richardson, a leading UK company in the field of secure document management, operates a Lindner Micromat 2000 single-shaft shredder, which complies with the requirements of DIN 66399-2 to security stage 5 for document shredding.
RUE DES PLANQUETTES – Sustainable development, pollution control and environmental protection are some of the major issues of the 21st century. Growth of the world population and world production induces a significant increase of waste. Waste management is becoming a real challenge for all companies, in all activity areas.
AMUT RECYCLING DIVISION awarded two tenders issued by European leading companies both involved in the waste management field. Each supply includes one twin plant suitable for the reclaiming and regeneration of thermoplastic polyolefin scraps to be transformed into granules.
Ground has broken on Palmetto Commerce Parkway to build the MRF in North Charleston, South Carolina. Machinex is proud to have been chosen to provide this turnkey, single- stream system that will be in operation by late summer of 2018.
Plessisville, QC – In collaboration with RTD, its partner and distributor in Oceania, Machinex has supplied its first complete system in Australia that has been in operation since early summer.
EPPINGEN-MÜHLBACH – ENSPAR Biogas GmbH has designed and supplied a biogas plant for slaughter waste to Eastern Europe. A highly efficient and energy-efficient biogas plant has been put in operation at a big farming and slaughtering company at the beginning of 2017. The Plant generates biogas with a capacity of 800 kW, up to 32,000 t/year of slaughter waste can be processed and fermented.
IGLING – Many materials have to be comminuted before further processing – this includes different chips and stamped parts made of plastic and metal, but also valuable precious metals such as gold and silver as well as laboratory samples.