The REDWAVE IR is an optical sorting machine for glass recycling. In the first step this sorting machine separates ceramics, stones, porcelain, ferrous and non-ferrous metals from the recyclable material stream. This glas sorting machine is fed over the entire sorting width with a constant material flow by means of a vibration feeder.
The REDWAVE C is an optical sorting machine, which is used either for colour improvement of presorted flint, green or amber glass or for full colour sorting of mixed broken glass. This sorting machine is fed over the entire sorting width with a constant material flow by means of a vibrating feeder.
The REDWAVE XRF-G is a sorting machine, which is mainly used for the separation of leaded and ceramic (heat resistant) glass. The glass will be analized and valued on the basis of its chemical compounds by X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy. In doing so the system searchs for certain elements like Titan, Zinc, Zirconium or Lead. These elements enable ...
The REDWAVE XRF-E analyses and evaluates materials according to chemical composition. Unwanted parts are reliably detected and separated. In contrast to other technologies, moisture, colour and surface impurities have no negative effect on the detection ability. This technology can be used in sorting processes to recognise an accumulation of ...
Material Recycling Facility for urban solid waste. System line to separate the various materials mechanically with the help of rotating screens, optical readers and, in some cases, manually. Like all our sort systems, the whole line can be customized on the basis of the customer's requirements.
The TITECH x-tract identifies materials irrespective of their surface. With X-ray technology it can separate substances on the basis of their atomic density and is so able to separate material concentrates into differ x-tractent material types.
The material is distributed over the entire sorting width of a vibrating conveyor or acceleration belt. REDWAVE C is an optical sorting system for the detection of different colours. This sorting machine, which is used for example in the area of e-waste for the detection of 'green' circuit boards, is equipped with an RGB colour line scan camera.