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    Recycling equipments for shredding scrap metals

    Scrap metal includes metals that can be reclaimed for use in manufacturing, processed for re-melting or prepared for disposal in landfills. These metals include industrial scrap metal and remainders, electronic scrap, aluminum and precious metals. Shredders prepare the metals for bailing and bundling, saving storage space, transportation and disposal costs. Quad shaft shredders reduce and separate electronic scrap and prototypes in one process, allowing for the recovery of precious metals. Dual or quad shaft shredders break bales or briquettes of pre-processed metal scrap for final size reduction and separation for reclamation or re-melting, allowing for recovery and reuse of the metals. Integrated systems include grinders and hammer mills for producing small size or powdered materials for reuse.

    By Granutech-Saturn Systems based in Grand Prairie, TEXAS (USA).

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    Recycling equipments for non-ferrous scrap metal shredding & recycling

    Non-Ferrous Metal Recycling is a large industry focusing on the recovery of metals such as aluminum, brass, copper, and even precious metals from electronic scrap. The applications and needs of non ferrous metal recyclers vary greatly. These can include a large corporate recycler buying UBC bales for shredding to be converted back into beverage cans or a small recycler who is recovering precious metals from circuit boards or catalytic converters.

    By Granutech-Saturn Systems based in Grand Prairie, TEXAS (USA).

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    Metal Sorting - Electronic Scrap Sorting

    The recycling of disused and obsolete electrical and electronic equipment is gaining more and more importance world-wide. Waste electrical equipment is an incredibly rewarding source of raw materials. In Waste electrical equipment, up to hundreds of times more precious metals can be found per ton of material than in the primary source of raw material, ore. The goal for TITECH and the industry as a whole is to utilise electronic scrap recycling and sort out pollutants on one hand and profitable components in high purity on the other. For electronic recycling purposes, the EU classifies W??? into 10 categories. After separate collection of TVs, fridges and so on, they are processed and sorted in electronic scrap recycling systems. The average content of thus gained materials is as follows: metals (50%), plastics (30%), glass (10%) and other materials (10%).

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

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