31.03.11 -- Oy Cyclotec Ltd Reports introduction of innovative Dry Separation/De Dusting Technology of Aggregates waste streams previously not attractive for recycling.
Up to date due to waste fines contamination most of the fraction smaller then 5-6 mm is not used. Dry screening at 5-6 mm and smaller fractions is not efficient.
Wet de dusting methods applied, make waste fines even less attractive for utilization, due to need for waste fines drying for further application/utilization.
Multi Product Air Separators out stand state of art separators by broader on line adjustment of product size capabilities resulting finer product at range of 100-160 microns at higher separation efficiencies, and ability to work with feed moisture up to 5%.
Multi product combined separators were designed for Particle size/density/form factor in air flow separation of dispersed materials.
The technology permits up to Four de dusted separation products Simultaneously in size range of 0.1 to 10mm, or products with a specified particle size distribution function.
Capacity from 0.1 t/h to 80t/h (maximum upscale throughput 100 t/h)
Applications include, Processing of scalpings in crushing-sorting lines for environmental ecological improvement by waste reduction in the following applications: de dusted fillers/aggregates, for asphalt/concrete/dry mix plants
De dusting of gravel and fraction separation of gravel sand mixes and sands
Dry beneficiation of mining & mineral waste
Distinctive Advantages of the technology are
On line adjustment of particle size
Sharp Accuracy of separation
Reliability & convenient maintenance (vertical surfaces wear protected by polyurethane & horizontal surfaces are made from manganese steel.
NO moving parts & self lining bed protection
Low energy consumption (4-6 kW/ton)
No dust hazard & low noise disturbance
Working with Feed moisture of 5%
Till 2010 12 units with capacities from 30-80 t/h were supplied for the following applications:
Granite/marble/gravel, scalpings processing, sand/glass/ talc ore/ feldspars separation