Extraction of production waste
Some production processes generate industrial and hazardous waste on a continuous or occasional basis.
Printing, paper and cardboard factories, plastic production and processing plants, etc. all produce industrial waste such as paper, metal, cardboard, plastic, textiles, packaging, adhesives, etc. This waste can be shipped from the source, and production can be optimized by managing this waste, and we no longer need manual collection to improve production processes.
Waste collection: Collection is carried out directly through the intake ports of the machine. Usually, a programmable diverter automatically controls the collection rate based on the amount of residual material. Too much waste is crushed or cut before entering the transport circuit.
Chopping or shredding: Depending on the size of the waste, it undergoes a shredding or cutting process to facilitate its long-distance transport without creating blockages in the tubing.
Transport piping: Depending on the type of waste, the aeration circuit must take into account several parameters: transfer speed - if too small it creates blockages, the thickness of the piping - if too thin it smibles.
Filtration, recycling: If the air contains dust particles, it must be filtered either by dry means (cartridge filter or bag) or by wet means (high performance wet filter). The filtered air can be recycled through a heat recovery system and reintroduced into the production hall, being especially effective in winter. Recycling this air allows for substantial energy savings.