The pioneer of recycling: cellulose.Paper and cardboard recovery is an important industrial sector – the more that is recycled, the less wood needs to be introduced into paper production. Shredding paper and cardboard can be both profitable and environmentally friendly.
By WEIMA based in Ilsfeld, GERMANY.
Cardboard and packaging recycling is intended to recover cellulose from the material treated. It is estimated that we can pulp the material up to six or seven times and that over 50% of the product cardboard produced in Europe comes from the recovery of cellulose. For this purpose, SatrindTech proposes two-shaft shredders for the first application and single-, three- and four- shaft shredders for the second.
HSM has a wide range of balers for use in industrial and manufacturing settings. Many materials including, cardboard, paper, plastic packaging, PET Bottles/other rigid plastics and drinks cans can be successfully baled using one of HSM’s high specification balers. All of the models within HSM`s range of industrial balers are used for baling recovered recyclable materials into bales suitable for transporting to a recycling facility for processing. HSM balers for use in industrial or manufacturing settings...
By HSM GmbH + Co. KG based in Frickingen, GERMANY.
The Dominator despackaging machines can be used for all manner of industries. here we can use it for the Gypsum plasterboard industry. The de-packaging machine can recover the plaster and the plasterboard backing. Ideal for gypsum recovery. Process used plasterboard through the Dominator to recover backing and plaster. Remove cardboard backing from gypsum. Recovered gypsum can then be sent for reprocessing and recovered backing material recycled.
By Rowan Food and Biomass Engineering Ltd based in Gloucestershire, UNITED KINGDOM.
SatrindTech Srl has developed and installed shredding solutions for end-of-life tyres disposal. In accordance to the final dimensions reached after the process, the tyres can be added to the RDF mix (Refuse Derived Fuel, in addition to other materials such as cardboard, textile, plastic) by cement plants, steel mills and plants for energy recovery in alternative to other traditional energy sources.
The paper mill waste is the resulting from the recovering process of cellulose from used paper and cardboard. The process is carried out in a pulper that separates and hydrates the cellulose fibers, having as a result a mixture of plastic materials (about two thirds of the total), wood, waste paper, metallic material, gravel and glass fragments. If crushed and separated properly, this waste is recovered and re-used as a material in the production process or for the creation of RDF. It looks like a deformed...
Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you