Offering the complete materials recovery range, Ecohog has recently launched Quality Control Picking Cabins comprising of the QCM-1200P (3 Bay up to 6 persons) and QCS-1200 (2 Bay up to 4 persons) Cabins. Complementary to the Ecohog core range, these auxiliary products enable customers to retrieve any final materials that could potentially add value or devalue the end recovered materials.
Recently unveiled by French distributor, MacMateriel at the SIM 2020 Tradeshow in October, the QCM-1200P really has turned heads. With 4 degrees of separation; Blowing, Suction, Picking, and Magnetic, the Ecohog Mobile Picking Stations are ready to take on a wide variety of recycling applications for efficient processing and valuable material recovery. The quality control cabin incorporates a VSD driven 1200mm picking belt, an onboard EH-81 Dual Airhog Blower /Suction System for easy removal of the superlight and light fractions, and an Eriez Magnetics CP 20-120 Overband Magnet to capture the ferrous scrap metal, discharging a cleaned heavy’s material.
The QCM and QCS picking stations are designed for ease of transport with hydraulic legs for quick set up and have the option of either plug and play or generator operated. The double skin insulated picking cabin ensures the units are suitable for various climates throughout the year. Undeniably a cost-effective all-in-one machine providing excellent waste sorting with a small site footprint, convenient for onsite use with the downstream mobile plant.
The Mobile Picking Stations are suitable for a wide range of applications including;
- C&D Waste clean up
- Skip Waste processing
- Scrap Metal quality control
- RDF quality checking
- Beverage can recycling
- Aggregate recycling
Key features include;
- Easy transport
- Two or three bay options
- Dual action blower and suction system
- Overband magnet for steel recovery
- Wide conveyor belts for sorting waste
- Health and safety features
Tristam Hubbard Miles, Global Sales Director for Ecohog commented, “Ecohog Picking Stations meet the highest standards of health and safety to ensure staff can be positioned and work safely within the sorting cabins. The 4-way separation reduces the need for additional manual sorting. Sorting valuable commodities from waste has never been so easy.”