Sesotec specialises in industrial material-sorting systems and has more than 40 years of experience in the recycling industry. We provide a complete range of leading technology that includes sorting systems which reliably differentiate materials using various types of sensor technology and effectively separate material flows.
The amount of e-waste generated at home and in business continues to grow. However, the old equipment contains various materials, including valuable secondary raw materials, such as precious metals, steels, copper and certain plastics. Recycling these materials makes sense from both an economic and an environmental perspective. Harmful substances are also removed from electrical waste during the separation and sorting process and then properly disposed of. As a result, e-waste recycling helps actively protect the environment. In many cases, it is also required by law, for example under Directive 2012/19/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
We never stop further developing the separation and sorting processes. As a result, we provide you with state-of-the-art systems. Our machines are both modular and flexible. Thanks to the possibility of combining various sensors, one single sorting system can often handle a variety of sorting tasks. However, we not only offer individual sorting systems, we also create complete customer-specific solutions with multiple separation stages. By partnering with equipment engineering specialists, we can provide entire installations of even greater complexity with shredding technology. Doing so results in integrated systems with central facility control which are perfectly tailored to your needs.Are you facing a challenge related to e-waste recycling? Then contact us! We would be happy to advise you personally and help you find the best solution.
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Foreign materials posed the biggest challenge to the new plant.
Contaminants such as ceramics, stones, porcelain (CSP), metals, paper,
and plastics comprise as much as 15 to 20% of the total weight of all
collected glass waste. To overcome this challenge, KRS supplied a
sorting system that meets these requirements.
In a plant equipped with stateof-the-art (sorting) technology, Futurapet recycles plastic waste. The secondary raw materials obtained are returned to the plastics processing industry. When Futurapet was founded, General Manager Oğuz Engin and his t eam were looking for innovative solutions that efficiently deliver high-quality end products.
Multi-Sensorsortiersysteme für die Recycling-Industrie
Analyzing system for the plastics industry
Flexible sorting system for plastic bottles and trays
VISUDESK, the new visualisation software for sorting machines, makes your sorting processes transparent and enables direct control for higher efficiency and higher profitability.