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    Peristaltic pumps and fluid path technologies for water and waste industry

    Watson-Marlow peristaltic pumps` simple, glandless, `straight-through` design, with no valves, vanes or impellers have clear advantages when handling viscous sludge with high-solid content.

    By Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group based in Falmouth, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Harden Shredding Technology for Pulper Ropes

    Harden Shredding Technology for Pulper RopesHarden Industries Ltd. designs and manufactures a variety of high-capacity shredding solutions specially suited for paper shredding and pulp mill materials processing. With Harden’s low-speed, high-torque technologies, pulp and paper mills are able to increase overall mill efficiency by reducing waste volume and lowering fuel, storage and transportation/disposal costs. Paper & Pulp Mill Materials Processed Rag rope Baled corrugated (old corrugated containers) or old newsprint. Pulper waste Paper rolls/fiber cores Wire Slabs Pallets Packaging materials (shrink wrap, banding, etc.) Scrap raw fibers and wood Typical Shredding Applications 1. Pre-Incineration Shredding Shredded paper is easier to handle and meter-feed into an incinerator and burns more thoroughly and rapidly. 2. Fuel Preparation Shred in-plant waste into cost-effective boiler fuel 3. Bale Breaking or Preprocessing Shredding bales prior to pulping delivers consistently sized

    By Harden Industries Ltd. based in Zhongshan, CHINA.

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    Hazardous waste treatment solutions for metal industry

    Sludge by-products from the metalworking industry have a high potential for recycling. Prolonged grinding processes can generate large amounts of highly valuable, alloy-rich sludge; consisting of metal powder and cooling lubricants. Inside our VacuDry system, the thermal separation of the liquids (hydrocarbons, eventually water) and solids (metal powder) takes place in an oxygen free atmosphere. This absence of oxygen ultimately eliminates material degradation by oxidation, and self-ignition or explosion risks. Operation under a low vacuum ensures the possibility to recover the cooling lubricants for later reuse. After the thermal treatment, for appropriate handling in the melting process, the metal powder is pressed into briquettes. With the econ VacuDry technology, 100% recycling of all ingredients is possible.

    By econ industries GmbH based in Starnberg, GERMANY.

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    Shredders for Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Refrigerators

    Electric and electronic waste (WEEE), are coming from technology products such as home appliances (washing machines, vacuum cleaners), computers and tools. An economy based on the consumption such as today, provides a continuous increase of WEEE, and determines an increasing risk of dropping out in the environment or in landfills, with the consequences of pollution of soil, air, water and health human repercussions. These products should be handled properly and used for the differential recovery of the materials they are made of, such as copper, iron, steel, aluminum, glass, silver, thus avoiding a waste of resources that can be reused to build new equipment in addition to the environmental sustainability.

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

  • Automotive Shredder Residue Drying

    Getting economic value from landfill waste like automotive shredder residue (ASR) is a big challenge that can have a big payoff. Vulcan® Systems Drying Technology is the key component of material preparation when separating ASR waste to reclaim energy and metals. Vulcan® ASR Dryer Systems are manufactured to suit each client’s individual project needs and custom-designed specifically to dry ASR, making the material easy to transport, separate, and handle. This drying system consists of a drum with a burner that is mounted to a combustion chamber. Shredder residue is fed into the rotary dryer. After passing through the system, the dried material is discharged to a transfer conveyor for further sorting and separation. The vapor from the process is pulled through a cyclone that is specifically designed to deal with the fine ASR dust, as well as a high-temperature baghouse that removes additional fine particulates from the vapor stream.

    By Vulcan Systems based in Moberly, MISSOURI (USA).

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