OCC Auger Screen™
High-Agitation Tri-Lobe Recover and Create Clean OCC Stream Without Traditional Wrapping Rotors
Future of Mechanical Screening
Our customers challenged us to create the MRF of the Future. We responded by developing a non-wrapping machine that disrupts the traditional MRF design flow and eliminates the presort. Our new patented OCC Auger Screen specifically targets mid to large sized OCC and creates a clean end product utilizing high-agitation augers. Each shaft is a self-cleaning, rotating screw that allows wrapping material to come off the opposite end. The OCC Auger Screen is non-wrapping, durable and low maintenance, requiring minimal downtime and cleaning. Additionally, when placed in front of a traditional presort, hazardous materials like sharps and needles go to the unders fraction to bypass manual sorters, creating a safer worker environment and a more efficient sorting process.
See the OCC Auger Screen in Action
We listened to our customers’ challenges with processing larger amounts of OCC and responded by developing this new machine. Through our research and development we put together the best of both the CP Auger Screen and OCC Screen. See it in action during testing and in the first installation at Waste Connections.
CP Group’s OCC Auger Screen has been a great addition to our operation. This machine does an exceptional job at producing a clean stream of OCC at an efficient pace with minimal downtime and cleaning necessary. The folks at CPG have been great to work with through this process and we will definitely work with them again for future projects.
District Manager, Waste Connections
Durable steel cantilevered tri-lobe augers
Non-wrapping, self-cleaning, and low maintenance
High agitation and throughput
Eliminates the presort enhancing worker safety
Webinar: How to Optimize OCC Recovery
Cardboard constitutes the bulk of the household recycling stream, both in volume and in value. The differing mechanical properties of carboard change the flow of material within a MRF and therefore operational and capital decisions.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How the dominance of OCC changes flow and chokepoints in a MRF
- How to tweak operations to deal with these changing flows
- How to account for OCC when designing the new MRF of the Future