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WROBLER
WROBLER
A brief description of the technique involved
 
 
The main performance features of the 'Wrobler' Waste separator are:
The unit in its basic design separates the following fractions:
  1. Compost 
  2. Plastics and paper 
  3. Bottle / Cans 
 
It is of course, possible to carry on dividing the final fraction into further sub-fractions, should this be required.
 
In order to describe the technique involved, and at the same time demonstrate that it works, a scale model (1/3) of the waste separator was built and subjected to real-life tests with solid waste taken directly from households.
Comparisons between the composition of the waste and the content of the various fractions clearly indicate an extremely good sorting result.

Since the structure of the technique is compact and modular, a variety of sizes, capacity requirements, fractions, etc. can be adapted to suit the specific demands of individual recycling plants with respect to separations. Its compact design means that the waste separator can be built as a mobile unit and moved between temporary sites.

The level of mechanization can be varied - from a mobile design with a simple inflow and outflow up to a fully automated unit. The waste separator can serve as the nucleus of a plant which is fully mechanized and where the different fractions are separated, transported and stored, in a totally detached and enclosed system, prior to the next treatment stage.

This brochure shows that the separator is simple in design, which naturally has a significant effect on investments, operation and maintenance. The fact that it is possible to build in different levels of mechanization for a recycling plant means that the plant can be built in stages.

Similarly, a number of machines can be connected together in a larger plant, and this is of interest bearing in mind the increasing demands likely to be made in the future on a recycling plant located in a developing area.

Some of the advantages offered in comparison with current alternative technical solutions:
  • Separates material better than other currently known mechanical methods. Tests and analyses carried out to date indicate that at least 80% of the compost fraction is sorted into Hopper 1.
  • Low energy consumption as a result of the fact that the waste is not crushed into small fractions but is instead cut/shredded into manageable pieces.
  • Low investment costs.
  • Low operation and maintenance costs.
  • Operationally reliable as a result of its simple structure.
  • High sorting capacity.
  • Great flexibility, can be adapted or extended to required capacities.
 
 
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