Ballistic separator is to separate materials to the top zone and the bottom zone of the rotating paddles depending on the apparent shapes and characteristics of materials. The screen is capable of separating various materials such as plastics from cardboards, papers and films.
Ballistic separator is to separate materials to the top zone and the bottom zone of the rotating paddles depending on the apparent shapes and characteristics of materials. The screen is capable of separating various materials such as plastics from cardboards, papers and films. Ballistic screen makes use of gradability unique to each material to separate one material from other materials. The screen is excellent in separating light materials such as film from rolling materials (such as bottles, cans, etc.). Materials with 3D shape are bounced from the ballistic paddles of the screen to the bottom of the screen. Materials with 2D shape such as film and paper climb up to the top of the paddles of the screen at different speeds in accordance with the gradability of materials. In this way, you can control the purity of the separated materials by adjusting the angle of the rotating paddles of Ballistic Screen.
Ballistic Screen is typically installed as a starting machine of the automatic sorting line of MRF (Material Recovery Facility) or MBT (Mechanical Biological Treatment) to supply recyclable wastes by type for maximizing the separation efficiency of the rear-end separators.
In addition to being sturdy and reliable, the Ballistic separator includes many of the benefits of our current separators with added features improving performance.
Highlights & Benefits:
· Easy and safe maintenance
· Versatility: enables processing of different material streams within a single system
· Angle adjustment (optional)
· Reduces operating & maintenance costs
· Constant performance with all steel screening surface
· No wrap design minimizes cleaning & maintenance costs
· Single motor and direct drive system reduces maintenance and energy costs
1. Separating combustibles, recyclables and landfill waste
2. Separating glass bottles and chinaware
3. Separating plastic container from film/paper
4. Discharging inserts smaller than 10mm
Flat and light 2D:
Film, Paper, Cardboard, Textiles and fiberous materials
The material will be seperated dependant on the particle size and the diameter of the paddle perforations
Rolling and heavy 3D:
Plastic Containers, Bottles, Stone, Wood, Cans and Ferrous materials