RECYCLING PLANT FOR 'CONTAINERS ONLY' WITH A MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF 6 TONNES /HR AND BASED ON THE T & A AUSTRALIA DESIGN CONCEPT


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Inground infeed conveyor. Start of the sort conveyor in the background and the waste discharge in front left. Glass sorting in the background using hook lift bins for collection.


This plant contains one automatic and two semi-automatic baling presses, each handling two products.

It is also equipped with two densifiers for piercing P.E.T. clear and coloured bottles.

Large storage bins for cans, plastics and full truck load sized hook lift bins for glass provides for economic and flexible means of handling.

An inground primary (infeed) conveyor allows trucks to dump directly into the conveyor, preventing breakage's and double handling.

The waste discharge point also allows for the use of a large size hook lift bin, ensuring economic disposal of the waste.


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Plastic bottles sorting area above the presses and milk cartons adjacent. Magnetic separator and sorting point for aluminium cans at the start of the sorting line. Sorting line.

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Baling press and storage bin for steel and aluminium cans (fully automatic process). Baling press and storage bin for plastic bottles (semi automatic process).  
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