Shredder Fractions Applications

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Recycling and separation of shredder light fraction

by AD REM N.V. (Valtech Group)     based in Menen, BELGIUM

Ad Rem`s main focus is currently on the processing, reuse and recycling of Shredder Light Fraction. Currently shredder light fraction is already being processed at Group Galloo with the Ad Rem equipment. With the enormous experience in house on this subject,  Ad Rem is currently designing a complete new recycling facility for Group Galloo. This new facility will be specialized in treating Shredder Light Fraction. This installation is full of new exiting technologies and hopes to set the standards for the next coming years.

Recycling and processing of shredder heavy fraction

by AD REM N.V. (Valtech Group)     based in Menen, BELGIUM

Since 1991, the bi-directional dense medium separation technology for the recycling of automobile and industrial wastes is being used. For many years a principle client in this regard has been the Group Galloo.  Group Galloo owns currently 50% of the AD REM shares. At first the Galloo staff was not convinced that a carrot separator could compete with the classical dense medium separators on the market at that time. So they set up a trial on +12 mm automobile shredder residue, running half of the test material through a conventional drum and the other half through this modified bi-directional carrot separator.

Energy and Fuels from Auto Shredder Residue (ASR)

by Advanced Plasma Power (APP)     based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM

End of life vehicle processing recovers valuable recyclates and removes for recovery all pollutants from automobiles. After this process, the remaining vehicle is shredded for further treatment into smaller parts called Auto Shredder Residue (ASR) sometimes referred to as Auto Shredder Fluff or Car Fluff. ASR contains a mixture of all the different materials that make up the automobile, including metals, plastics, rubbers and textiles. This mixture of materials makes ASR a difficult waste to handle and potentially harmful to the environment. The Gasplasma® energy from waste process breaks down the ASR: Organic materials are transformed into a hydrogen-rich synthesis gas which is used to generate power / Inorganic materials are vitrified to become Plasmarok® /Any remaining ferrous and non-ferrous metals are recovered

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