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R&D - Tegro group

The Tegro Group has launched dense media separation (DMS) technology which features precise split cut results, optimal dense media recovery and its ability to be customised to suit various in-feed materials.

Chief executive Biagio Adragna said: “After many years’ experience, and having installed several individually designed DMS plants which today are producing high quality out turns for the biggest names in recycling, we believe our new and improved DMS solution to be at the forefront of global DMS technology and know-how, and a long way ahead of anything available on the open market.

“The flexibility of the in-feed to this new DMS design is a major factor in placing our plant above the competition as it offers our customers a wider range of options to treat different types of materials, from End-of-Life-Vehicle residues to e-scrap to non-ferrous fractions in incineration bottom ash.

“The market demands and market conditions change so fast in today’s recycling world that this ability to adapt quickly is what we believe will be the key to any successful operation, and our unique design reflects this need.”  

The DMS plants could be used to focus on mixed non-ferrous material sized 2-60mm, allowing customers to treat the smaller particle sizes, Zorba fines and IBA; or could be customised to treat larger materials of 20-150mm, for example.

Depending on customer requirements and the material specification, the throughput per hour is five to 20 tonnes.

www.tegrogroup.com

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