Refrigerators plant

The FORREC plant for the processing of refrigerators foresees a productive cycle able to secure and process the refrigerators guaranteeing the use of all of its components with zero impact on the environment.
The process foresees an initial reclamation of the refrigerator to be processed which consists of removing the engine and the subsequent separation of the oil and gas contained in the refrigeration circuit.

The treatment continues with the grinding and reduction into uniform pieces of up to 30 mm. The separation stages of the materials follow. Ferrous and non-ferrous metals are recovered with magnetic systems; the remaining material is ground down to 5 mm and by using technologies which use different specific weights in order to separate plastic, copper and aluminum.

An advanced suction system consents the complete recovery of CFC, which is released during the grinding of polyurethane and at the same time it controls and filters dust formed during the recycling process. Finally, a sophisticated compacting plant pellets the polyurethane rendering it harmless.

Plant WG1520

Hourly capacity: 20 pieces

Space occupied:  1500 m2

KW installed: 360 KW

No. of staff: 4

Plant WG3540

Hourly capacity: 40 pieces

Space occupied:  1750 m2

KW installed:     540 KW

No. of staff:         6

Plant WG6070

Hourly capacity: 70 pieces

Space occupied:  2000 m²

KW installed:     740 KW

No. of staff: 8

Input:

R1 (refrigerators and air conditioners)

Output:

Iron (62 %)

Aluminum (4.5%)

Copper (0.5%)

Plastics (16%)

Polyurethane (10%)

Oil (0.5%)

Gas (0.5%)

Engine (6%)

Plant WG1520

• Four shaft grinder TQ1300

• Granulator FML60/45

Plant WG3540

• Four shaft grinder TQ1800

• Granulator FML90/45

Plant WG6070

• Two shaft grinder TB1800

• Four shaft grinder TQ1800

• Granulator FMS100/70

 

• Low number of rotations which efficiently use the elevated torque - low consumption ratio

• Low dust emissions resulting in a lower workload for the suction plants

• Low emissions on a noise pollution level

• Modular plants which consent future upgrades

• Excellent ratio between manual labour and plant automation

• Shaft system with independent engines and reducers

• Interchangeable shafts

• Bearings outside of the cutting chamber

• Use of high quality steels

• Remote assistance via modem

 

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