Track Air Density Separator TAS180 provides a mobile alternative to manual sorting automatically separating waste into 2 fractions, light and heavy.
The TWS125 Tracked Biomass Screen features a 12’ x 5’ Vibrating Recycling Screen box with anti long piece Top Deck Mesh and Flip Flow bottom deck. The TWS125 efficiently screens shredded waste wood and converts it to a clean biomass fuel. Oversize fraction is reshredded. Screened undersize is utilised as an animal bedding. Mid-size fraction is utilised as a …
Track Picking Station TPS120 (Patent Pending) with inbuilt Air Density Separator and magnet..the ultimate recycling machine.
The Trommel Screen with Bag Openers is ideal for processing bagged waste and is perfect for materials recycling facilities looking to maximise throughput with quick and efficient bag opening. Ideally used in mixed refuse MRFs and various contaminated co-mingled applications, the bag opening unit can be specified as a stand-alone system, or fully integrated into a complete recycling line. Material …
Stationary, slow speed twin shaft shredder with electro-hydraulic power pack. M&K Slow Speed Twin Shaft Shredders shreds: Household Waste, Bulky Waste, Construction and Demolition Waste, Commercial & Industrial Waste. The capacity varies from 30 to 100 t/h depending on the type of waste, the type of configuration and the method of feeding. M&K Slow Speed Twin Shaft Shredder Features: High capacity Simple …
The M&K Mobile Picking station is an ideal alternative to an M&K static Picking Station for processing waste in a safe and efficient manner.
M&K manufactures a range of mobile & static Waste Screens, both Single Deck and 2 Deck.
A trommel screen is a rotating cylindrical screen used to separate materials by size.
M&K Picking Stations are bespoke constructions designed to enable the manual separation of recyclables within an enclosed and controlled environment, by operators working at a conveyor line that passes through.
2 Stage Air Density Separator separates waste into 2 fractions, light fraction and heavy fraction.
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