How do you separate aggregates from iron on the job site?

19-10-2021

In order to process reinforced materials, you need to remove the iron first, which is often a complex operation and comes with several issues.
 

Sometimes, the most common methods used to try and extract iron from aggregates cause:

✘ Cost increase

 Lengthy downtime if rebar damages your machines

However, there is a simpler and quicker way to do it: by using the machine that’s already on site.

 

LET'S READ SOME CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES

Demolish an old building

While demolishing a building from the 1930s, MB’s BF90.3 crusher bucket made it possible to crush all of the reinforced material, separating it from the iron and immediately reusing the aggregates as subgrade for the new parking lot.

The building from the 1930s used to belong to a church, then to a charity’s headquarters, and will now be home to a residential project that inlcudes: 26 housing units, private gardens on the ground floor, and a shared vegetable garden.

There are numerous ADVANTAGES:

Environmental; it promotes recycling and reduces purchasing natural materials.
Logistical; reduce CO2 emissions by minimizing how often trucks arrive and leave the job site to transport debris or materials
 Economical; reduce disposal and transportation costs

How do you separate aggregates from iron on the job site?

Recover barn gratings

After attempting to process the barn gratings with a track mounted crusher and then a demolition grapple, our customer switched to the BF90.3 crusher bucket.

Thanks to the crusher bucket, our customer crushed the reinforced gratings were crushed down to their desired output size and reuse it without damaging the unit. The iron was then extracted and separated from the pile of aggregates using the iron separator.

No problems with the rebar jamming the unit
The rebar was separated from the aggregates using the 24V iron separator installed on the bucket and was operated from inside the cabin
They quickly finished their job

How do you separate aggregates from iron on the job site?

360° recovery

Disposing reinforced materials is expensive and a complex process. However, you use the correct equipment, reinforced material can be recycled and reused.

You can solve your problem by installing a jaw crusher to the excavator you’re using on the job site then reducing the size of the aggregates.

The rebar doesn’t jam the unit and is separated from the pile of aggregates.

There are several ADVANTAGES:

Quickly separate materials directly on the job site
Recover materials autonomously
Eliminate
transportation and disposal costs

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