lamp recycling Equipment in Prince Edward Island

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End Cut Machine

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

The ECM is designed for processing straight fluorescent tubes of various lengths and diameters. The concept is simple but very efficient. First, the tubes are fed to the processing line where the tube ends are removed.

UV-Star - Ultraviolet Disinfection

by Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies     based in West Midlands, UNITED KINGDOM

UV-Star™ provides final disinfection for both domestic and industrial effluent prior to discharge into the natural environment. Flow rates from 100 m3/hr to several thousand m3/hr.

Universal Lamp Separation Plant

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

The large efficient lamp separator is run by only one employee, resulting in very good operating economies. The processor can handle up to 1500 kg of lamp waste from fluorescent tubes and CFL lamps.

Model LP600 - Lamp Processor Medium Capacity

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

Our Lamp Processors crushes, sieves and separates all crucial components in a lamp. The mercury bearing fluorescent powder, the glass fraction and the lamp socket material are all isolated and collected in suitable vessels. The most common types of fluorescent lamps from the market can be processed, in addition to pre-crushed lamp material. With ...

CEC - Model CEC1 - Compact End Cut Machine

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

The Compact End Cut Machine (CEC) is a fusion of MRTs workhorse, the CCS plant, and the trusted End Cut Machine. it utilizes the end cut technology for end cap removal, and the patented air transportation system from the CCS to produce an excellent glass fraction for the recycling industry.

Model LP200 - Lamp Processor Small Capacity

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

Our Lamp Processors crushes, sieves and separates all crucial components in a lamp. The mercury bearing fluorescent powder, the glass fraction and the lamp socket material are all isolated and collected in suitable vessels. The most common types of fluorescent lamps from the market can be processed, in addition to pre-crushed lamp material. With ...

Model LP1200 - Lamp Processor Large Capacity

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

Our Lamp Processors crushes, sieves and separates all crucial components in a lamp. The mercury bearing fluorescent powder, the glass fraction and the lamp socket material are all isolated and collected in suitable vessels. The most common types of fluorescent lamps from the market can be processed, in addition to pre-crushed lamp material. With ...

Compact Lamp Crusher & Lamp Separation Plant

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

The MRT Compact Crush and Separation Plant is a self contained processing equipment for recycling of most types of discarded fluorescent lamps. It is a space saving lamp recycling concept which creates operation conditions that meet the toughest environmental standards. The plant which is incorporated in a 20' container is easy to install, ...

HID Processor

by MRT System International AB     based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN

MRT's HID Processor is designed for safe disassembly of High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps of various types and sizes. In three consecutive processing steps the HID Processor separates the lamp in different fractions: First the outer bulb glass is cracked and separated from the burner and socket. Second the mercury containing burner is separated ...

PHOENIX - Water Recycling - Greywater Systems

by PHOENIX Process Equipment Co.     based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA)

Greywater makes up around 30 to 50 per cent of wastewater discharged into our sewers. Therefore, greywater recycling offers facilities the chance to cut their water use by up to half. Generally defined as wastewater from bathrooms and laundries, greywater can come from our showers, baths, basins and washing machines. It may be contaminated with a ...

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