Biomass CHP (combined heat and power) plants, also known as biomass cogeneration plants, generate electrical energy from biogenic solids and a great amount of additional heat that can be used efficiently. The biomass must be mechanically processed in advance to obtain a homogeneous unit that is free of impurities, ensuring that the combustion process runs smoothly.
Goudsmit Magnetics Group recently upgraded the magnetic head pulley separators, increasing the generated magnetic force to over 9000 gauss. These high gradient separators remove weakly magnetic particles and paramagnetic particles up to around 10-15 mm from bulk and recycling flows. This includes bits of stainless steel from shredded WEEE, ASR and plastic flows.
Optimizing Productivity by Choosing the Right Feed Conveyor
For recycling and baling operations, the feed conveyor is an essential piece of equipment but it is largely taken for granted with little thought to its impact on overall plant productivity according to recycling machinery specialists Middleton Engineering. Continue reading »
PICVISA’s Testing Facility
PICVISA’s testing facility, which is 800m2, is an industrial-scale testing lab for the recovering of waste and for recycling. Continue reading »
TOMRA Sorting Recycling Publishes E-Book Analysing the Viability of Using 100% Recycled Plastics
TOMRA Sorting Recycling has published an e-book examining the role that recycling can play in providing solutions to the world’s worsening resource crisis. Continue reading »
Innovative Bale Conveyor System Keeps Things Simple for DS Smith in Finland
When cardboard box manufacturer DS Smith needed to replace their bale conveyor system in Tampere, Finland, they asked for an innovative solution. Presona rose to the challenge and delivered a system that uses fewer moving parts and it is easier to clean and service. Continue reading »
PICVISA develops equipment for the classification and selection of recyclable materials that are categorised according to their composition, shape, texture, and colour. The equipment is based on our own image software, which is unique for each application.
Sense2Sort Toratecnica is specialized in sensor based sorting equipment for metal sorting applications in recycling. The company leads in automated spectroscopy sorting technologies, and offers all common sensor-based sorting technologies.
Strautmann Umwelttechnik GmbH produces Baling- and Briquetting presses for the compaction and waste disposal of recyclables like cardboard packaging, film, PET bottles, airpop® (EPS) and residual waste.
Recycling equipment, single machines and recycling plants manufactured and supplied by Eldan Recycling, have converted millions of tons of industrial scrap and consumer waste into valuable commodities.
TOMRA Sorting Recycling designs and manufactures sensor-based sorting technologies for mixed waste management industries including metal, plastics, MSW, etc. TOMRA machines extract high purity fractions from waste streams and maximize yield and profits.
Designed and built in Sweden where the focus is on efficiency, quality, safety and sustainability, Presona balers are the personification of Swedish precision engineering. They are reliable, consistent and efficient.
HSM baling presses compress packaging waste up to 95 % and compact cardboard, plastics and nearly all waste materials into bales. Regardless of the material to be processed, the volume or the local conditions – HSM has the right product for you.
For more than 35 years, CM Shredders has been designing and manufacturing the world’s most advanced industrial shredders and recycling systems. Fueling technology and innovation for today and beyond, CM Shredders has long been at the forefront of game-changing innovations.