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Plastic Granulate 

  1. Granulate of Small Domestic Appliances (SDA)
  2. Granulate of fridge plastics
  3. Granulate from post-consumer plastic waste
  4. Granulate from car plastics
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Clean flakes

  1. Clean flakes from Small Domestic Appliances (SDA)
  2. Clean flakes from fridge plastics
  3. Clean flakes from post-consumer plastic waste
  4. Clean flakes from car plastics
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Input material

  1. Small Domestic Appliances (SDA)
  2. Fridges
  3. Post-consumer plastic waste
  4. Plastic from cars
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Complete recycling line

Example of a complete recycling line

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Water table separation system

Separating heavy materials (metals) from light ones (plastics)
Plastic metal separator
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Sink/float separation system

Separating materials with different densities.

Uses water

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Combined recycling line: 2.5 T/H

This system can be used to sort various types of plastic from a material stream. The stream may comprise various types of plastic, metals and other materials.

The system depicted offers three options in terms of separating the various material streams. These are as follows: 

  • Separating copper from PVC or a material stream containing metal and other raw materials.
  • Separating PS/ABS and PP/PE from a material stream containing metal and other raw materials.
  • Separating PP/PE from a material stream containing metal and other raw materials.
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Recycling line for household appliances: 5 T/H

This system is suitable for sorting various types of plastic and metal from end-of-life electronic scrap (WEEE). Depending on the input material, the system conveys the material flow through particular parts of the installation. This installation can perform the following processes: 

  • Separating plastics from a material stream containing metal and other scrap materials
  • Separating PP/PE and ABS/PS from a material flow comprising a variety of plastics
  • Separating ABS and PS from a material stream comprising ABS and PS. 
In addition to separating the materials, the system classifies and grinds the plastic granules wherever necessary. The installation also comprises various systems for air transport, air filtering, suction and water treatment. For instance, it is equipped with a closed loop water treatment system. This is a closed system. The water is filtered during processing, whereupon it is returned to the recycling process for reuse.
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Separating plastic from various materials: 5 T/H

Our Plastic Recycling Installation cleans, shreds and separates plastics. The installation is designed to separate a mixture of plastics from other materials. This includes foreign materials such as stones and metal objects. Metals, materials heavier than plastics and foils are first removed by means of several stages of separation. Foreign plastics that are heavier than water are separated halfway through the process and packed in big bags. Any remaining dust and contaminants are then removed. Dry polypropylene or polyethylene chips are ultimately packed in big bags at the end of the process. The installation is basically designed to separate polypropylene (PP) and high density polyethylene (HDPE) therefore.

The Plastic Recycling Plant comprises various closed systems for air transport, air filtering and process water filtration. Transportation of the process material between the various stages of the process is carried out by means of conveyor belts, transport screws and air conveyors.  

The plant has a closed loop process water filtration system. The water is filtered during processing, whereupon it is returned to the recycling process for reuse.

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Nieuws 4

When you service all makes of turbine, all around the world, how do you make sure that safety standards are maintained at the highest level? It’s an important question – and when we talk to our customers about what’s most important to them competencies in renewable energy systems. IRecco’s extensive range of robust and reliable products backed by its cutting-edge R&D and more than two decades of expertise are designed to ensure optimum performance. Of course, it’s a given that all turbines live up to strict legislation, but that’s not really where the greatest safety challenge lies. If you look at the causes of incidents, more than 90% are caused by human behavior. That’s why we believe that keeping the highest safety record means creating a safety-first mindset.

The people I meet who service our turbines are special: They’re proud of what they do, and they take their jobs very seriously. It’s not an easy environment to work in. When you’ve experienced standing on the top of an 80m high turbine, swaying in the wind like a ship at sea, you really respect what they do. It takes a cool head and a lot of courage.

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But not all the people who are attracted to this lifestyle – because that’s what it is – are not natural-born rule followers. And to secure a high safety level for all, we spend a lot of time developing watertight safety procedures and protocols which must become second nature for them. Because not following rules has serious consequences. Secondly, training is vital, both technical safety training, turbine specific training as well as Safety awareness training. Adding to this leadership needs to be strong and leaders perform safety walks to check first-hand what our engineers will encounter. Even our executive leadership takes part, and our CEO has climbed the ladder and walked the roof of a nacelle… so when they talk safety they can speak from experience.

“ There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning failure ” -Tina Retina

Our goal is to create the same service documentation for each and every turbine, in a standardized, user-friendly format. Our engineers already have enough to think about without having to navigate convoluted directions! With this global service manual, we’re able to give the same training round the world to make sure all our technicians stay safe. Performance and target-wise we don’t distinguish between brands and expect the same safety performance when servicing all makes of turbines. Because safety comes first. It’s that simple.