Post-separation focuses primarily on separating valuable resource streams. After sorting and separating, we can upgrade the raw materials. This happens largely in the plastic sorting plant (PSP).
The reprocessed 3D material from a post-separation plant for household waste can serve as input for the PSP. The 3D stream consists of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, cartons and rigid plastics. (Non-) Ferrous metals are separated by using a magnet and an eddy current. A number of Near Infrared (NIR) scanners placed in succession separate the cartons and plastics, PET, PE, PP and mixed plastics.
Quality inspectors then ensure that the plastic mono-streams meet the desired specifications. The plastic mono-streams are pressed into bales and serve as raw materials for the plastics processing industry.
The plastic sorting plant can be customized, designed and implemented with a processing capacity of 1 ton / hour to 15 tons / hour.
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