Equipment Insights: Fractionate

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Primary Separation MRF Presort

Traditionally a MRF needs several manual sorters at the presort. They get the full brunt of the infeed while pulling all the large and hazardous items off the line. This difficult position is unsafe, one of the least efficient, and most expensive in the MRF. Through field testing and research, we found that splitting the material stream into sized fractions prior to the presort can allow you to increase operation efficiencies with fewer people, safer people and more productive people. Find out how the Auger Screen replaces traditional screening and fractionating technology in a MRF.

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Posted on

August 21, 2020