cardboard separation Applications

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Recycling of Paper / Recycling of Cardboard

by eFACTOR3 LLC     based in Pineville, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

The recycling of paper and cardboard often requires a shredding process to improve the pulping process or to put more weight into the bale. The M&J Shredder line is very effective for reducing the amount of fines in the shredded product. For small volume applications we also offer the WEIMA Single shaft shredder. In many cases these units are used in smaller paper recycling applications were the material is baled. The benefit of shredding before baling is an increased bale weight, and we also offer separation technology to separate contaminates from the paper stream.

Shredders for Paper and Cardboard Tubes Treatment

by SA Eng Soluzioni per l`Ambiente     based in San Donà di Piave, ITALY

Paper and cardboard even if already selected during their collection, should be further separated to increase the commercial value of the prdouct itself. For that reason, SA Eng is proposing semi-automatic selection systems to separate the different kind of paper (printed or blank) and cardboard. Particular attention is given to the cardboard cores for which has been developped a specific machine for their shredding.

Recycling Equipment for De-Inking Waste

by Bollegraaf Recycling Machinery BV     based in Appingedam, NETHERLANDS

Optimizing output in terms of economic value against the lowest possible costs per tonne. This is the short-term goal for every installation that Bollegraaf provides. The long-term goal is to ensure permanently low operating costs and achieve an optimal return on investment.  The better the separation, the higher the value of the output. This is the very essence of our paper & cardboard processing equipment: to increase the quality of the end product. At Bollegraaf, we build and provide high-end turnkey installations that combine a range of effective separation technologies that will improve the quality of the output and its intrinsic value. This will substantially reduce de-inking costs for your clients, the paper mills.

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