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Small and Large Household Appliances Treatment


  • Input:
    - Small household appliances (coffee machines, toasters, vacuum cleaners, irons, hair dryers, alarm clocks, etc.)
    - Large household appliances (washing machines, cooking machines, microwaves, electric radiators, etc.)
  • Output:
    - Fractions of plastic, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, glass, cables, printed circuit boards, etc.
  • The line’s treatment capacity: 3-5 tones / hour (depending on the type of appliance).

 

Process flow



Equipment's preparation
The external electrical cables and the items containing hazardous components are removed.

First shredding
The equipment is cut in smaller pieces for an easier sorting of certain materials and components.

Manual sorting
Some components like condensers, transformers, printed circuits boards, etc. are sorted in order to be treated on other lines.

Second shredding
Its role is to reduce the dimension of the fractions.

Fractions’ separation
a) magnetic separation: for ferrous fractions
b) inductive separation: non-ferrous metallic fractions (ex: aluminium, copper, etc.) and non-metallic fractions (ex. plastic, wood, rubber, etc.).