PULPER BRAID TREATMENT PLANT
The new CAMEC implant installed and tested successfully and with great satisfaction.
The plant in question is used for the treatment of Pulper Braid and is intended to solve the need for paper mills through a series of specific phases, separating the ferrous fraction from the non-ferrous fraction, simplifying the disposal / recycling of the material.
Thanks to this solution, which involves the use of a patented separation technology, it is possible to enhance the fractions obtained to such an extent that the investment for the plant can be recovered in a very short time.
The shredding takes place by means of a GS650 Camec single-rotor shredder which reduces the material in sizes less than 40/50 mm, a measure suitable for the subsequent separation of the ferrous fraction from other materials, mainly plastic.
The material is pushed inside the hopper towards the rotor by a hydraulic pusher which compresses the material on a rotor equipped with rotating tools and fixed tools forcing it to be cut.
The opposite part of the rotor is covered by a perforated sheet (screen) which only lets the material of the suitable size come out and brings the too large material back inside the hopper.
In the following second phase the material after shredding falls on the unloading belt that loads the elevation belt. Above this last belt there is a magnetic strip separator which draws the material upwards and then moves it sideways using the conveyor belt and unloads it onto the iron discharge belt.
Furthermore, a magnetic drive drum is installed on the lifting belt to remove any ferrous metal residues and convey them to the iron discharge belt.
The third phase includes the fine separation of the ferrous material.
It occurs by means of a patented separator which combines magnetic separation with an air current to guarantee the best possible separation between the ferrous fraction and the non-ferrous material. The material is thrown from the belt towards a rotating magnetic drum that attracts the ferrous fraction in the flying phase. Between the detachment from the surface of the belt and the capture of the magnet air at high speed is blown which diverts the lighter material that is captured by a suction hood and then ends up in the discharge of the final material.
In the last phase, the air used for the suction hood in the separator is prefiltered by a decanter cyclone which discharges onto the belt and subsequently sent to a dust filter bag.
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