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Binder+Co AG

Binder+Co is a unique enterprise in the world of processing. After all, we offer six elementary processing steps from one single source: comminuting – screening – wet processing – thermal processing – sorting – packaging and palletizing. For many decades now, Binder+Co has supplied individual systems and overall processing plants to the mining and recycling industries. In doing so, we have always placed great value on novel ideas.

Sensor-based sorting for waste glass for colour sorting and impurities separation

Glass is a unique recyclable material that can be recycled endless times without any loss in quality. Fragments from waste glass are an indispensable component in the manufacture of new glass. Using 100% fragments from waste glass in the glass manufacturing process will account for energy savings of up to 30% in comparison to the use of primary raw materials. In order for glass to become a high-value secondary raw material, it must be freed from any impurities and sorted according to colour.

Sensor-based sorting systems reliably recognise and remove foreign materials such as ceramic, stones, porcelain, metals but also lead glass or heat-resistant special glass. At the same time, the glass fragments can be sorted by colour in three-way solutions.
The unsorted glass fragments are fed into the machine and illuminated with light sources. Different sensors such as colour or near infrared cameras recognise the material type and colour. The valves mounted on the blow-off strip are actuated at just the right time, and the foreign material and defined colours are blown off into the corresponding sorting paths. Pre-treatment of the glass fragments with screens, crushers and delabellers is indispensable for optimum sorting results.

Products

CLARITY glass

Contact

Binder+Co
Werner Wiedenbauer, Business Development Management
werner.wiedenbauer@binder-co.at
Ph.: +43 3112 800 – 405
Grazer Straße 19-25
8200 Gleisdorf

Delabelling machine for waste glass as conditioning for sensor-based sorting

Preparation of glass fragments through the removal of labels and other adhesions is indispensable for optimum results in sensor-based sorting. In fact, glass fragments often have a high proportion of labels and coating residues from paper, metal and plastics. These adhesions hamper the exact classification of glass fragments by means of optical separators. And the consequence of this is incorrect and over-sorting, as well as subsequent glass loss, with a negative effect on cost-effectiveness. With the integration of a delabelling machine, you can maximise your output and increase the effectiveness of waste glass processing plants.

The delabelling machine makes an important contribution to the careful removal of labels and their remnants. In the delabelling machine with a speed-regulated drive and adjustable conveying inclination, the abrasion takes place by means of wear-protected paddles. They initiate the necessary compressed rubbing action of the glass fragments against each other. The result is optimum abrasion of the coating with gentle treatment of the glass fragments without producing fine-grain particles.

Products

Delabelling machine

Contact

Binder+Co
Werner Wiedenbauer, Business Development Management
werner.wiedenbauer@binder-co.at
Tel.: +43 3112 800 – 405
Grazer Straße 19-25
8200 Gleisdorf

Screen classification for waste glass as conditioning for sensor-based sorting

Preparation of glass fragments through screen classification is indispensable for optimum results in sensor-based sorting.

The screening of glass fragments is often a complex task for the screening technology, because glass fragments often turn out to be difficult to screen due to adhesions caused by organic residues or due to outdoor storage. Conventional screening systems can mostly not ensure satisfactory results, because the glass fragments are very susceptible to clogging due to their angular shape and organic adhesions.

With flip flow screens, a driving mechanism with the help of resonance provides two vibratory movements in which the flexible polyurethane screen mats are expanded and compressed in turns, and the hard-to-screen product is separated at high acceleration. The dynamically agitated screen mats thus remain unobstructed and allow efficient screening.

Products

BIVITEC Flip Flow Screen

Contact

Binder+Co
Werner Wiedenbauer, Business Development Management
werner.wiedenbauer@binder-co.at
Ph.: +43 3112 800 – 405
Grazer Straße 19-25
8200 Gleisdorf

Double roll crusher for waste glass as conditioning for sensor-based sorting

Preparation of glass fragments through the removal of labels and other adhesions is indispensable for optimum results in sensor-based sorting.
An optimum grain size of 10 to 50 mm is crucial for sensor-based sorting of glass fragments, since a higher content of fines (0-10 mm) would have an unfavourable effect on sorting performance.

Low energy requirement, a long service life and low wear and tear are among industry demands on double roll crushers in addition to the optimum comminution curve. Furthermore, double roll crushers comminute glass/cork connections (glass in screw connections or glass around corks) and crush bottlenecks and thick bottle bottoms. Large-size glass-bottle parts are thus turned into flat glass fragments that can be passed on for optical separation in an ideal size.

Products

Double roll crusher

Contact

Binder+Co
Werner Wiedenbauer, Business Development Management
werner.wiedenbauer@binder-co.at
Tel.: +43 3112 800 – 405
Grazer Straße 19-25
8200 Gleisdorf

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