Robot Cleaning Applications

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Shredders and crushers for LCD monitor recycling

by Erdwich Zerkleinerungssysteme GmbH     based in Kaufering, GERMANY

According to initial estimates, in Germany about three million LCD monitors will be recycled in the year 2016. However, they often still have backlighting containing mercury and therefore have to be classified as “hazardous waste” in accordance with the German General Administrative Regulation (AVV) and registered in compliance with the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (Elektro G) under category 3. Whereby special conditions must ensure that no risk arises from the mercury for the environment or for humans. However, because of a lack of suitable automated procedures for the recycling of LCD monitors, it was to date only possible to dissemble the appliances laboriously by hand, with the ensuing health dangers for the workers.

WEDA Underwater cleaning robots in lagoons and large fountains

by Weda AB     based in Södertälje, SWEDEN

The new Weda YT-5000 with a five (5) meter wide suction nozzler speeds up the cleaning process considerably. Estimated cleaning speed is up to 3000 sq. meters/hour. The cleaner removes efficiently bottom sedimentation (sand, algae etc.) from the bottom surface and pumps it to a selected discharge point (filter, waste etc).

Custom Built Solvent Recycling Solutions for Special Industrial Projects

by International Surface Technologies     based in Laval, QUEBEC (CANADA)

We make a large variety of recyclers for solvents and cleaners, as well as custom, automated surface-treatment systems. We are specialists – from continuous-operation machine design to integration of components.

Gas monitoring for the manufacturing industry

by Kurz Instruments, Inc.     based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Kurz Insertion Mass Flow Meters provide precise monitoring for compressed air and gas applications resulting in increased efficiency and decreased overall operating costs.

Automated solutions for the sewer pipeline dredging - sewer dredge

by Liquid Waste Technology LLC (LWT LLC)     based in New Richmond, WISCONSIN (USA)

LWT’s Robotic Crawler Dredge can be used for underwater dredging applications, such as sewer pipeline dredging and tank cleanout. Models are available in electric driven pump and hydraulic driven pump versions, depending on the application.

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