scarcity, environmental degradation, and climate change demand a new approach
to sustainable business. The
solution is a circular economy in which waste is repurposed as a valuable raw
profitable recycling, material purity is essential.
intelligent technologies and services help recycling companies to
profitably produce secondary raw materials of the highest quality. Material
cycles are closed.
Sustainability, environmental protection, and profit go hand in hand.
Many materials can be recycled to create new, high-quality products.
However, the purity of the material is crucial to efficient recycling. Our
detection, separation and sorting systems remove contaminants and separate mixed material
flows into homogeneous, unmixed fractions. By doing so, they facilitate a high
degree of material quality and profitable recycling. Material analysis systems can be used to
precisely determine the purity of plastic flakes.
With our versatile range of equipment, we can install detection, separation, or sorting equipment at precisely the process stage where it can make the biggest impact on product quality, plant availability, and material recovery rates. All from a single source!
Higher material quality and greater added value: In order to recycle glass and metal economically, the recyclable material that is collected must have a high degree of purity. Our separation and sorting systems precisely remove contaminants and separate material flows into homogeneous, unmixed fractions. Recycling rates of up to 100 per cent are possible with our systems for applications that involve recycling used glass and some plastics.
Our systems sort the following materials, among others:
Blue Competence is an
initiative of the VDMA (www.vdma.org) to promote sustainability in mechanical
and plant engineering, but also to make sustainable solutions known to the
industry. With our partnership, we commit ourselves to adhering to the 12
sustainability principles of mechanical and plant engineering
The plastics industry is under pressure. Between climate change, excessive consumption of finite resources, and vast amounts of plastic waste in the world’s oceans, plastics are coming to be seen in a different light by politicians, businesses, and consumers alike. Read in our e-book about the most important factors of a functioning circular economy, especially which challenges and opportunities exist for recyclers and plastics processors.
Which building blocks are necessary for a closed-loop plastic circular economy and which important parameters there are to close the loop, we will go into in the second part of the
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.
Metall-Separator für pneumatische Förderleitungen
Splitable metal detector for installation on conveyor belts and material chutes
Multi-Sensor Sorting System for the Plastics Recycling Industry
Förderband-Sortiersystem für die Glasrecycling-Industrie
Sortiersysteme für die Glasrecycling-Industrie
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.