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Category Archives: Plastics

Compactors

Pre-Load Compactors

4500SSI Pre-Load Compactors are used to compact, load and transfer from 25 to 125 tons of waste per hour into lightweight transfer trailers to maximize payloads for long haul transfer.

2000pcSelf-contained units that compact material within the compaction chamber, independent of a transport vehicle. High density solid waste compaction produces clean, efficient transfer to highway trailers and containers.

2500Self-contained, pre-load transfer station compaction systems with constant density controls, single stage cylinder, single or multiple bale output, platen jam relief, replaceable wear strips and no return hoses or hose rewind.

4500Stationary compactors featuring three, single stage cylinders designed to form one high density square ended bale. The 4500 Series compactors are optimum solutions for high volume facilities needing to transfer municipal solid waste, recyclables, or other commodities into highway and intermodal trailers or containers.

1800SSI’s 1800 MSC, (aka The Crusher™), mobile scrap compactor is built for rapid loading and compaction of bulky materials, consistently delivering bales at ideal density for auto shredders.

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Balers

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Presona AB is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of balers with pre-pressing technology for efficient baling of the most varieties of material – from paper and plastic to household and industrial waste. The product range also includes pneumatic waste extraction systems for the graphics industry, paper and packaging manufacturers and sorting plants for household waste.

The company is based in Tomelilla in southern Sweden close to the continent. The head office and factory are housed in modern airy buildings in which the working environment has been prioritized. We have an efficient production flow and cooperate with established suppliers in order to ensure quality at every stage.

Presona’s safety and environmental awareness permeates into our work – our employees’ working environment must be safe. It is paramount to us that the equipment we supply always offers the customer the greatest possible security.

Presona´s equipment can be found (almost) everywhere. We have supplied baling systems, waste extraction and sorting plants to more than 65 countries all over the world.

Presona – the smart baler

If you want a baler that will perform with an optimized energy efficiency, choose the Presona baler.lp40eh1_in-5-720x340

The correct capacity Presona baler to meet the customer’s requirements is always available. The Presona Baler Series consists of 6 basic models, the OH, EH, VH, CH, DH and XH. These letters refer to size of the feed opening. All models are available with either larger or doubled up motors for higher output.

The OH model is developed for the printing, packaging and graphic industry. Typically fed by means of a pneumatic feeding system. The OH model has no prepress – suitable for low headroom. The LP 40 OH baler has a throughput capacity of up to 10 tons/hour.LP-50-EHF2_2-720x340

The EH, VH and CH models accept and process most materials, from paper and PET-bottles to household and industrial waste. Typically fed by means of a conveyor system. All equipped with prepress. This series has a throughput capacity of up to 50 tons/hour.

The DH and XH models have the unique two-step prepress system allowing a feed opening width up to 2,2 m – all the way from the feed opening down to the bottom of the press chamber – excellent when baling bulky material. Capacity up to 50 tons/hour.

 

Features

  • Minimum energy consumption
  • Highly resistant to wear thanks to the unique prepress technique
  • Bales of optimum size and density
  • Easily operated
  • Mechanically reliable and quiet in operation
  • Incorporate a high degree of safety in all components
  • Safest possible working conditions

Redwave Sensor Based Sorting Technology

JDM Aust proudly recommends and supplies REDWAVE Sorting Technology in Australia

REDWAVE is a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder and is proudly distributed and supported in Australia by JDM Aust Pty Ltd. REDWAVE machines are used in the recycling and mineral industries to sort a wide and deversified range of materials.

REDWAVE sorting technology is successfully implemented worldwide for sorting a variety of materials in many fields. For the recycling industry, these machines enable fully automated separation of recyclable materials.

The processing of minerals places a high demand on the sorting process. REDWAVE offers flexible sorting systems which are highly effective in separating impurities from valuable minerals.

As required by the customer, sorting will be done by color detection, material identification or by the examination of chemical composition. The excellent industrial design of the REDWAVE machines guarantees high performance and quality recovery of desirable materials.

Advantages of REDWAVE:

  • Cutting edge sorting technology
  • High reliability and efficiency
  • Flexible sorting systems
  • User friendly, low maintenance products
  • Operational and personnel cost reduction
  • Increase the value of the sorted material and the resulting profit
  • High sorting accuracy and high throughput
  • Modem and remote maintenance

Technology leadership due to continuous research and development:

Due to continuous research and development, REDWAVE is the technological leader in the sensor-based sorting technique. Our research and development efforts focus on the areas of:

  • plastics recycling
  • paper recycling
  • glass recycling
  • mining industry
  • electronic scrap
  • automotive industry
  • wood recycling

 

Vecoplan Plastic Shredders

Plastic Shredders

Our qualified plastic recycling and shredding products:

Vecoplan shredders for the recycling of plastic can be combined with any feeding and discharge conveyor as well as with separation technology.

VAZ 800 XL – 1100 XL

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VAZ 1300 – 1800

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VAZ 2000 – 2500

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Single-shaft shredders (VAZ) small series
The single-shaft shredder is the most versatile and widely used shredder and can operate without an additional feeding system in most applications. The material collected can be fed directly with dosing. The hydraulically driven ram feeds the material to the rotor. The rotor system, developed and patented in 1989, is able to handle almost all materials.

The rotor of the single-shaft shredder (VAZ) turns particularly slowly and this, combined with the vertical material feed, makes it especially quiet and dust-free. The large- volume hopper and the patented rotor system optimise the shredding of wood, plastic, paper and other recyclables.

Contact JDM Aust for further details

redwave Plastic Sorting Technology

REDWAVE is a flexible system with applications in a variety of fields, especially for the plastics industry. No matter how complex the sorting task may be the REDWAVE range of sorting equipment can achieve high levels of purity. REDWAVE guarantees high waste throughput with effective recovery of required materials, achieving maximum return on the separated commodities.

The systems below can be selected to achieve the optimum performance:

  • Multi-Sensors – a combination of Near Infrared Spectroscopy with colour sensors for material and colour recognition (NIR/C)
  • Near Infrared Spectroscopy – for material recognition (NIR)
  • Line Scan Camera Technology – for colour recognition (C)
  • X-Ray Fluorescence Technology – for recognition of chemical composition (XRF)

REDWAVE NIR/C

Plastics Sorter for Material and Colour recognition

1. REDWAVE NIR/C is an optical sorting machine which can recognise and separate the material and the colour in only one sorting step. The illumination unit and the sensors are placed above the sorting belt.

Sensor system:

Multi-Sensor NIR/C
This sorting machine combines Near Infrared Spectroscopy and colour sensor technology in a single machine.

Machine data:

  • Sorting width: 1000 – 2800 mm
  • Capacity: up to 8 t/hr (depending on the material and task)
  • Design: 2-way or 3-way machine

REDWAVE NIR

REDWAVE for material recognition

2. REDWAVE NIR is an optical sorting machine for separation of different type of plastic materials. The light source and the sensor system are placed above the sorting belt.

Sensor system:

Near Infrared (NIR)
This sorting machine works with Near Infrared Spectroscopy of the reflective light.

Machine data:

  • Sorting width: 600 – 2800 mm
  • Capacity: up to 8 t/hr (depending on the material and task)
  • Design: 2-way or 3-way machines

REDWAVE C

Plastic Sorter for colour recognition

3. REDWAVE C is an optical sorting system for colour recognition. This sorting machine, which works in the field of plastics sorting, is equipped with an RGB camera.

Sensor system:

Camera Technology
This sorting machine works with high-resolution RGB-sensors.

Machine data:

  • Sorting width: 800 – 2000 mm
  • Capacity: up to 5 t/hr (depending on the material and task)
  • Design: 2-way or 3-way machine

REDWAVE XRF – Plastics

Plastics Sorter for material and elements recognition.

4. The REDWAVE XRF technology separates material on the basis of chemical composition. This sorting system could revolutionize the whole market of plastic recycling. There is an extraordinarily high demand for a sorting machine capable of segregating dark PVC and brominated plastic from an infeed of shredded plastic.

Managing Director, Heinrich Fuchs:
“Our extensive experience in plastics sorting and our proven mechanical equipment combined with Olymup ANI’s XRF expertise will allow us to bring this much needed technology to market and offer a solution for the recyclers.”

This technology was developed in collaboration with Olypus ANI Systems. Olympus ANI is a world-leading innovator of portable/on-site XRF technology, offering handheld, mobile laboratory, and high volume in-line systems for a wide variety of industries. The XRF technology provides unique solutions, and has already proven to be a welcome addition to existing sorting technologies in both glass and metal recycling markets.