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Vibrate to separate

Lubo Systems, part of the Bollegraaf group, says its Vibro-Air Sort (VAS) has already been sold successfully to several international recycling companies.

VAS is a compact solution for the separation of fractions based on variations in specific gravity. It is particularly suited to the removal of polystyrene contamination from sieve sand during demolition works, during composting or for applications in glass recycling for the removal of contamination by paper and films.

The system consists of a vibrating conveyor with an adjustable angle, linked to a blast nozzle with variable setting. Two vibration motors ensure the stable and reliable operation of the vibrating conveyor. Its compact construction ensures that it can be integrated into a new or existing sorting line.

Processing capacity is dependent on the fraction to be separated, but is generally up to six tonnes an hour.     

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