REDWAVE - Model XRF-P - Plastics Sorting System for Recognition of Chemical Composition
From Plastics Sorting
The REDWAVE XRF technology separates material on the basis of chemical composition. This sorting system could revolutionize the whole market of plastic recycling. There is an extraordinarily high demand for a sorting machine capable of segregating dark PVC and brominated plastic from an infeed of shredded plastic.
Managing Director, Heinrich Fuchs:
'Our extensive experience in plastics sorting and our proven mechanical equipment combined with Olymup ANI's XRF expertise will allow us to bring this much needed technology to market and offer a solution for the recyclers.'
This technology was developed in collaboration with Olypus ANI Systems. Olympus ANI is a world-leading innovator of portable/on-site XRF technology, offering handheld, mobile laboratory, and high volume in-line systems for a wide variety of industries. The XRF technology provides unique solutions, and has already proven to be a welcome addition to existing sorting technologies in both glass and metal recycling markets.
This sorting machine works with high-resolution RGB-sensors.
- Sorting widht: 800-2.000 mm
- Capacity: up to 5 tph (depending on the material and tasks)
- Design: 2-way or 3-way machine
- Sorting of Household waste
- Sorting of Industrial waste
- Sorting of Electronic scrap
- Sorting of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF)
- Sorting of Demolition waste
- Recovery of Bottles (PET, HDPE, PP)
- Recovery of Films (LDPE, PP)
- Recovery of Bio-degradeable plastics
- Separation of Chloride compounds (PVC)
- Separation of Flame retardant plastic
- Separation of Paper and wood
- Separation of Metals
REDWAVE is a flexible operating system with applications in a variety of fields, expecially for the plastics industry. No matter how complex the sorting task may be the REDWAVE range of sorting equipment can achieve the high levels of purity. REDWAVE guarantees high throughput of materials with maximum recovery of materials achieving maximum return on the separated commodities.
The systems below can be selected to achieve the optimum performance:
- Multi-Sensors - a combination of Near Infrared Spectroscopy with colour sensors for material and colour recognition (NIR/C)
- Near Infrared Spectroscopy - for material recognition (NIR)
- Line Scan Camera Technology - for colour recognition (C)
- X-Ray Fluorescence Technology - for recognition of chemical composition (XRF)