Incineration Bottom Ash

The recovery of aluminium (Al) scraps from waste incineration bottom ash is becoming a common practice in waste management. However, during the incineration process, Al in the waste undergoes oxidation processes that reduce its recycling potential. This article investigates the behaviour of Al scraps in the furnace of two selected grate-fired waste-to-energy plants and the amount recoverable from the bottom ash. About 21-23% of the Al fed to the furnace with the residual waste was recovered and potentially recycled from the bottom ash.

Eccentric Pole Eddy Current Separator

Non – ferrous metal recovery equipment with eccentric high – speed magnetic roller for fine copper and aluminum recovery.

Permanent Overband Magnet

Permanent Overband Magnets are designed with a continuously running belt to tramp and automatically remove ferrous metal from conveyed material