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Lamp Recycling Equipment

  • BulbPack - Lamp Recycling Containers

    EPT's innovative disposal package for mercury-based fluorescent lamps. These convenient lamp recycling containers are ideal for use in numerous industries including; commercial properties, schools/colleges, hospitals, industrial facilities, environmental firms, and government agencies.

    By EnviroPack Technologies based in Plaistow, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • HID Separation Processor

    MRTs’ HID Processor is designed for safe disassembly of waste High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps of various types and sizes. The machine separates the lamp into bulb glass, quartz glass, inner metals and sockets. It is equipped with filters for dust, and mercury removal from the processing air.

    By MRT System International AB based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN. from Lamp Recycling Product line

  • Lamp Bank - Model 4000 - Waste Lamp Storage Containers

    Balcan Lamp Recycling offers the widest range of waste fluorescent lamp & mercury bulb storage containers available. Designed to suit all needs as it is no longer acceptable to allow these mercury lamps to be dumped unprotected and haphazardly on the floor or against a wall with the consequential risks of injury or pollution of the surrounding ...

    By Balcan Engineering Ltd based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM. from Lamp Recycling Product line

  • Model 25DLC-ECO PLUS - Lamp Disposer

    Economical and for smaller volumes, this model is made to crush 4 and 8 foot tubes. #3;There is no impact shield with this model and it does not include a poly sleeve. 55 (45 gal imp) gallon drum not included. Drum dolly is optional.

    By Dextrite based in Laval, QUEBEC (CANADA).

  • Model 25DLC-II - Lamp Disposer

    One of our earlier and long standing models. Bult for heavy-duty use, crushes straight lamps only, 4 & 8 feet. Ensures years of dependable performance. Optional 'TDPG TrapDoor' is also available for the LC model. 55 (45 gal imp) gallon drum not included. Drum dolly is optional.

    By Dextrite based in Laval, QUEBEC (CANADA).

  • The Bulb Eater - Lamp Crusher

    The Bulb Eater Lamp Crusher crushes spent fluorescent lamps of any length into 100% recyclable material while capturing over 99.99% of the vapors released. The system, which is mounted to a 55-gallon container, can hold up to 1350 4-foot fluorescent lamps.

    By Air Cycle Corporation based in Lisle, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Balcan - Lamp Crushers

    In 1980 Balcan manufactured the first commercial lamp crusher.  Today, Balcan Lamp Crushers are used extensively throughout the world, both manually & electrically operated they are used in all climates to help reduce volume and control the mercury emissions generated during crushing.  Without the use of this type of equipment we ...

    By Balcan Lamp Recycling based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Model MP 8000 - Lamp Recycling Systems

    The MP8000 is the largest unit in the Balcan Lamp Recycler Range. It combines the Multi Purpose unit along with a high capacity conveyor loaded crushing system to handle flouorescent tubes at a rate of 5000 per hour

    By Balcan Engineering Ltd based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM. from Lamp Recycling Product line

  • Mercury Recycling Filter Unit

    Balcan Lamp Recycling Systems and lamp crushers use extensive filtration for phosphor powder and mercury vapours.  Typical mercury emissions are zero. Lamp crushing and lamp recycling with Balcan means your lights will be able to burn for longer.

    By Balcan Engineering Ltd based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM. from Lamp Recycling Product line

  • Fluorescent bulb disposal

    A unique corrugated disposal package for spent mercury-containing fluorescent lamps. These handy containers are idea for office buildings,schools,hospitals,medical facilities,banks,household waste collection,and building retrofits or renovations. The simple answer to complying with today's universal waste rules for handling spent fluorescent ...

    By Container Distributors Inc. based in Venice, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Drums

    Environmentally friendly and cost effective method of lamp recycling. Fluorescent lamps fall into the category of ''universal waste'' and do not require UN rated containers to transport. Drums have no printing.

    By BASCO, Inc based in University Park, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Balcan - Model MP8000 - Lamp Recycler

    Balcan brought the world the first commercial lamp and bulb crusher in 1980.  We are now pleased to be able to offer you the Balcan Lamp Recycling Plant.

    By Balcan Lamp Recycling based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • BLUBOX - THE FIRST INTEGRATED PLANT FOR MIXED LAMP AND FLAT SCREEN RECYCLING

    The vision to develop a BLUBOX which recycles hazardous waste was born several years ago. Because of the growing volume of flat panel displays (FPDs) and lamps containing mercury on the market, a solution was called for to enable theirsafe recycling without endangering human health or contaminating the environment. In cooperation with MTB ...

    By BLUBOX Trading AG based in Birrwil, SWITZERLAND.

  • Model 600 - Lamp Processors Crushes

    Our Lamp Processors crushes, sieves and separates all crucial components in a lamp. The mercury bearing fluorescent powder, the glass fraction and the lamp socket material are all isolated and collected in suitable vessels. The most common types of fluorescent lamps from the market can be processed, in addition to pre-crushed lamp material.  ...

    By MRT System International AB based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN. from Lamp Recycling Product line

  • Balcan - Lamp Recyclers

    The advantage of the Balcan Lamp Recycling Plant is you have one system to process all types of lamps. A system which genuinely cares and is kinder to the environment. When looking to make an investment in a lamp recycling plant it is not only obvious to make certain it does what it says, but it is also important to assess the overall ...

    By Balcan Lamp Recycling based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Volume Reduction Lamp Crusher

    MRT supply two versions of Lamp Crusher. Each one is a stand-alone crushing unit for volume reduction of lamps; such as mercury vapour lamps, high pressure sodium lamps, metal halide lamps and CFL lamps. The machine is used for crushing the complete lamps or just the inner arc tubes of HID lamps. The smaller units are easy to relocate, and can ...

    By MRT System International AB based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN. from Lamp Recycling Product line

  • Model MP 6000 - Lamp Recycling Systems

    The MP6000 is the workhorse of the Balcan Lamp Recycler Range. Capable of handling between 5-8 million lamps per year on a one shift basis, this system outperforms its competitors in terms of power consumption, maintenance requirements and quality of outputs.

    By Balcan Engineering Ltd based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM. from Lamp Recycling Product line

  • Balcan - CFL Lamp & Bulb Recycling Technology

    With most of the world moving towards CFL (compact fluorescent lamp) lighting in place of the incandescent light bulb, this means that there will be many millions more mercury lamps and mercury bulbs requiring recycling at their EOL (end of life).

    By Balcan Lamp Recycling based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Model FPP60 - Flat Panel Processor

    MRTs’ Flat Panel Processor (FPP60) is used for disassembly of a large range of flat panels. The FPP automatically makes 2 parallel cuts at the perimeter of the panel, allowing for clean and secure extraction of the fluorescent lamps, and separation of the different fractions. The processor is designed to open up the display panels in order ...

    By MRT System International AB based in Karlskrona, SWEDEN. from Flat Panel Recycling Product line

  • Drum Top Lamp Crushers

    Balcan lamp crushers are designed as true waste management systems for fluorescent tubes and other waste lamps.  Capacities upto 2000 lamps per hour. 

    By Balcan Engineering Ltd based in Horncastle, UNITED KINGDOM. from Lamp Recycling Product line

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