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Waste Sorting - Commercial Waste Sorting / Industrial Waste Sorting

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

Traditional manual or semi-automated techniques, however, are only able to recover low levels of separate materials from commercial and industrial waste streams. In contrast, TOMRA’s fully adjustable, state-of-the-art, senor-based sorting and recycling systems convert complex and varied commercial and industrial streams into high quality, separated output. The systems also make manual picking unnecessary, thus reducing labor costs and material loss, while increasing the efficiency of commercial waste recycling. Operationally, through using detection techniques such as near infrared (NIR), x-ray transmission (XRT), visual spectrometers (VIS), color line cameras and metal sensors in combination, the systems offer: - High recovery rates - High throughputs - High purity levels - Speedy return on investment - Low running costs - Advanced recognition capabilities (material, color, atomic density etc)

Glass sorting for the glass recycling industry

by REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

Elimination of contaminants; Ceramics, stones, porcelain, Metal, Glass ceramic (heat resistant glass), Leaded glass, Organic impurities, Plastics, Cork, Paper. Sorting and recovery of; White glass, Green glass, Brown glass, Other colors and combinations of colors.

Mixed Municipal Solid Waste Sorting

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

Traditional (manual) or semi-automated techniques, however, are only able to recover low levels of separate materials from mixed municipal waste streams and mean considerable content going to landfill. In contrast, TOMRA Sorting’s fully automated, state-of-the-art, sensor-based municipal sorting systems convert complex and varied - even dirty - municipal solid waste streams into high quality, separated, marketable output. The systems also make manual sorting unnecessary, thus reducing labor costs and material loss, while increasing efficiency. Operationally, through using detection techniques such as near infrared (NIR), x-ray transmission (XRT), color line cameras and metal sensors in combination.

Gas detection analyzers for solvent based printing industry

by Control Instruments Corporation     based in Fairfield, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Solvent based inks in different colors and patterns are applied to paper, plastic, film and foil substrates. Finished products include all sorts of wrapping paper, wall covering, candy wrappers, flexible food packages, shrink labels, high quality magazines and many, many more. These industries employ ovens or dryers to remove the solvents from the finished product.

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