cleaning vehicle Applications

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Metal Sorting - End of Life Vehicles Scrap Sorting

by TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)     based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY

Using modern TOMRA sorting technology you can generate clean non-ferrous metal fractions in your daily shredder operation. The processing of valuable scrap metal gains more and more importance worldwide. The aim is to generate clean, mono-fraction products from this very complex stream of End of Life Vehicles scrap metal material using suitable separation procedures. And that is worthwhile; End of Life Vehicles scrap processing does not only preserve natural resources of raw material, but it is also considerably cheaper. Compared to the aluminium production from primary raw material, using secondary material from End of Life Vehicles saves around 90% of the energy demand.

Hydrocyclones for automotive applications

by FLSmidth KREBS     based in Tucson, ARIZONA (USA)

Krebs cyclones are used in automotive and large vehicle plants. Krebs cyclones improve the cleaning process prior to painting by separating the paint weld balls, metallic particles, oils, grease and phosphate sludge from the cleaning solution.

Diverse Surface Treatment Technologies for Military Industry

by International Surface Technologies     based in Laval, QUEBEC (CANADA)

We have developed washing techniques and technologies for the military industry in keeping with high military standards of safety and efficiency, using water jets and the sanding power of aluminum oxide. We are currently creating an anchor profile that will allow us to file a plating patent application for an exclusive, entirely automated surface treatment which prolongs engine life in extreme conditions. At IST Pure, we also manufacture washing tunnels for the complete cleaning of military vehicles and ballistic equipment to prepare for and return from missions.

Water treatment systems for chemical industry

by Weidner Ireland Ltd     based in IRELAND

The effluents that accrue in the cleaning process of silo vehicles and containers for transportation of raw materials for the chemical industry, are highly complex and constantly changing in the composition of wastewater. Flocculation as the prior art of treatment for chemical waste water can not remove many of the completely dissolved invisible substances. Thus, the residual stresses are evident despite high claritv of the `Treated effluent` is often well above the levels witch are applicable for wastewater in domestic environments.

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