CP Group Sales Drafter and Representative Angel Martinez discusses the capabilities of CP Group at Green Expo 2017 waste conference in Mexico City.
MSS CIRRUS® FiberMax™ is the next generation of optical fiber sorting technology. Faster, Smarter, and Better than any other automated sorting technology in the industry.
The high-speed conveyor belt of the CIRRUS® FiberMax™ runs at twice the speed of conventional optical sorters, and a proprietary air-assist and material handling system keeps the paper moving through the sensing zone in a laminar flow without turbulence. It sorts paper 40x faster than manual sorting thanks to belt speeds of 1,000 feet per minute.
Every CIRRUS® FiberMax™ is equipped with an intuitive learning algorithm that adapts to changes in the ever evolving material stream. An automated software assistant speeds up the programming of different or new types of contaminants and automates the fine-tuning of the sort recipe, all the while helping it to make distinctions the human eye can’t.
CIRRUS® FiberMax™ generates a higher purity paper grade for better marketability. In one recent installation, the CIRRUS® FiberMax™ decreased the level of prohibitives in a residential mixed paper stream from about 10% to less than 3% consistently. Additionally, it reduced the number of manual sorters by six per shift on the mixed paper QC line.
The Sunnyvale Material Recovery and Transfer (SMaRT) Station’s MSW system was installed in 2009. The mixed waste MRF consists of dual infeed municipal solid waste processing lines and a residential, commingled processing line.
This video details the material flow of the commingled portion of the system.
In April 2015, CP Group retrofitted the MRF for increased material recovery and system performance. Today, the system is exceeding expectations.
Time-lapse of Scott County Waste Commission Equipment Installation
Construction crews worked seven days a week for a month and a half to complete the installation of WCSC’s single stream recycling system. Equipment was manufactured and installed by CP Group.
This equipment will sort all of the recyclables brought into the Waste Commission of Scott County.
You can learn more about Scott County’s switch to single stream recycling at www.GoAllInQC.org
Take a look at CP Group’s technology powering Republic Services’ huge new material recycling facility in Las Vegas.
The facility features various screening and optical sorting technology on dual 35 TPH sorting lines, which provide operational flexibility.
CP Group engineered the residential and commercial single-stream processing system, capable of handling residential, commercial, and industrial material streams at 70 tons per hour.