PLASTIC RECYCLING WASHPLANT

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Price: £70,000
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Stock Ref: 3632
Description
PLASTIC RECYCLING WASHPLANT
, 1) Control Panel.
Full control of all areas from one control panel,including temperature settings for the hot wash and speed controls for infeed and outfeed motors.


2) Feed conveyor.
To transport raw materials into the process,variable speed controlled.


3)Granulator.
The first part of the process,reduces the materials to a manageable size.


4) Friction washer
Water is introduced at this stage and the materials are washed at speed to remove any excess waste and reduce the amount of cleaning needed further along the system.


5)Transport auger.


A stainless steel auger that transports the plastic from the 1st friction washer to the hot wash.


6) Hot wash


Plastics are introduced to the base of the hot wash which is filled with water to the set temperature and a heater keeps the temperature at this level through the pre set controller.An agitator contantly moves the plastics as it travels up the hot wash ensuring that a good wash is achieved.


7)Weir system


The washed plastics are pushed along to the next process via a weir system, recirculating the hot water from the hot wash whilst moving the materials along


8)Friction washer


a second friction washer removes any remaining soiling from the plastics,the material flushed from the hot wash to the friction washer, which then gives the plastics a further,final wash process.


9)and 10)Cold water float and sink tank.


From the friction washer the plastics move over a series of paddles in the cold water tank,any non HDPE or PP materials sink and can be extracted from the bottom outlet whilst the floating materials are passed along by the variable speed paddles.


11)Outlet Auger


The materials pass over the cold wash and fall into the outlet auger, where they are passed to the drying process.Excess water drains from the base outlet and passes back into the system whilst the plastics are moved along.


12)High Speed drier.


Any remaining excess water is then removed from the plastics via passing through a high speed drier.


13)The finished plastics are blown from the drier into a cyclone where it is collected into big bags and the process completed.
ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS PLANT PLEASE RING THE OWNER, PAUL TEESDALE




Paul Teesdale



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