Waste electrical and electronic equipment treatment plants
The plants for the treatment of waste electrical and electronic equipment are sized according to the characteristics, needs and requirements of the processors.
With our experience we can indicate that all plants are different, requiring an important previous analysis in order to size the appropriate plant to meet the needs of the processors.
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Processing starts on a unit receiving conveyor, with 4 stations for prescreening and general disassembly.
From these pre-selection stations, the components are divided into 3 main groups: cathode ray tubes (CRT), plastics and metal housings, and specific components.
The CRT processing line continues with a station for coil disassembly, and a station for tube cleaning, removal of adhesives and blast strips.
After this preparation, the tube is divided in a hot wire cutting station into cone (leaded glass) and screen (unleaded glass) sectors.
The cone sector (leaded glass) is crushed in a grinder, and diverted to a dry cleaning machine, after which the clean crushed glass is discharged into containers for transport to buyers.
The screen section is sent to a phosphor powder cleaning station, where the phosphor powder is removed by a hand vacuum cleaner, after which the glass is crushed in a grinder and discharged into containers for transport to the buyers.
The metal casings and plastics are sent to a sorting and purification belt, where foreign components are removed and ferrous materials, non-ferrous casings, and plastics are separated according to the different component polymers. The sorted materials are collected on mobile carts and then sent to a manually fed horizontal compactor.
Specific components are sent to a sorting belt, where they are separated into the different fractions: cables, integrated circuit boards, power supplies, batteries, motors and micromotors, LCDs and others. Motors, transformers and other elements with steel core and copper coils are disassembled in a specific station equipped with a hydraulic disconnector.
A central suction system, with outlets at each work station, captures any dust and gases that may be released during the process.