Reinforced materials are no longer a problem to recycle
[CONSTRUCTION REVIEW ONLINE - OCT 2021]
"When it comes to recovering reinforced material, companies have been forced to (reluctantly) come to terms with the limitations of the machines they own. A customer of ours, who owns job sites all over Europe, summarizes a common problem: “Costs and downtime soar when it comes to reinforced materials. It’s a well-known fact the problem comes from the iron, and when it’s processed by machinery, it typically cuts the conveyor belt, causing downtime for the job.”
How do you turn this weakness into a strength? By installing one of MB’s jaw crusher buckets to the carrier machine on the job site and crush the reinforced material down to the desired output size. The rebar simply comes out along with the crushed material. The rebar’s separated from the aggregates using the 24V iron separator, a device that’s installed on MB’s unit and operated directly from the excavator cab. [...]"
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