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Nehlsen GmbH
Nehlsen GmbH
Chemical-physical treatment plant
A chemical-physical plant (CP plant) is used to dispose of emulsions, oil-water mixtures, rinsing liquids, used oil, acids and bases. The aim of the process is to break down the liquid into its components. Delivery Emulsion, for example, is delivered to the plant by suction trucks. In the first step, the solid material is filtered out and then treated in a high-temperature hazardous waste incinerator. The emulsions are then pumped into a storage tank and the exhaust air is dissipated through a filter. Separation of oil and water Emulsion is separated into water and oil by adding hydrochloric acid. The acidic mixture of oil and water is further treated in an emulsion cascade, allowing the oil to float to the surface before it is conveyed into the holding tank for decanting. The water is transferred into a different holding tank to remove any remaining oil before being discharged into the public sewer. Cleansing (oil) The oil is pumped into the holding tank of the decanter where it is separated into sludge, water and oil using a heat exchanger. The sludge is burned in a high temperature hazardous waste incinerator, while the water is pumped into a holding tank to be further treated before being released into the public sewer. The oil is conveyed into storage tanks, from where it can be picked up for either thermal recycling or refining. Neutralization The acidic water from the holding tank is conveyed into the separating plant where it is neutralized with the use of chemicals. Before the neutralized water can be released into the sewer, it is analysed at the on-site laboratory to ensure that indirect discharge thresholds are not being exceeded. De-watering of sludge Sludge is formed when acidic water is treated and this is then dewatered using a membrane filter press. Depending on its composition, the dry sludge will be either recycled thermally or disposed of. Before the filtered water can be released into the sewer, it is analysed to ensure that discharge thresholds are not being exceeded.
Mechanical-biological treatment-stabilisation plants
Mechanical-biological stabilisation/treatment (MBS/MBT) plants are used to treat household and commercial waste in order to gain an organically stable fraction that can be disposed of safely. Since 1 June 2005, it is no longer allowed in Germany to dispose of untreated waste in landfills. Currently, Germany has 45 MBS/MBT plants in operation with an overall capacity of 5 million tonnes per year. The aim of an MBS/MBT plant is to treat and stabilise waste in such a way that prevents or minimizes any damage done to the environment due to greenhouse gas emissions and highly contaminated landfill leachate. In addition, it is the aim to recover valuable secondary raw materials such as metals and to produce refuse-derived fuel (RDF) of high calorific value. So MBS/MBT plants not only reduce the volume of the landfill fraction and greenhouse gas emissions but they also produces RDF that can be used as a substitute for fossil fuels. Nehlsen developed, built and operated its first MBS/MBT plant in 1998. Today, three modern MBS/MBT plants have resulted from this first pilot project and are operated at an annual capacity of 163,000 tonnes. Want to learn more? Click here for details of completed projects. The main treatment steps of a typical MBS/MBT pant are described in the following paragraphs. 1. Mechanical pre-treatment Firstly, the waste is delivered to a fully encapsulated plant where rejects and secondary raw materials such as metal, wood and plastic are extracted before the waste is fed into a mechanical shredder. The waste is then reduced in size and homogenised before being separated into two fractions: the organic fraction is treated biologically and the fraction containing high calorific material is turned into RDF, which can be used in a waste-to-energy (WtE) plant for the production of steam, heat or electricity. 2. Biological stabilisation/treatment In this step, the organic fraction is dried for 8 days using an in-vessel system, which reduces the weight of the drier and more stabilised material by 25%. There are a number of in-vessel systems available, such as containers or tunnels, which should be chosen according to the waste composition and the local conditions. After the drying process, further material of high-calorific value is then mechanically separated from the material. 3. Encapsulated intensive rotting and open rotting process The Nehlsen concept is based on the encapsulated intensive rotting process, where air is added to the biologically dried waste fraction to speed up the process of achieving biological stability. As a result the rotting time and the floor space required are reduced. The advantage of the fully automated encapsulated intensive rotting system is also, that dust and odour are collected and cleaned in the waste gas purification system. In order to break down the organic material quickly, the intensive rotting process is optimised by controlling the amount of air and water added during the 2-week process. The material then undergoes a 2 - 8 weeks open post-rotting process before being deposited in a landfill. 4. Refuse-derived fuel production Nearly half of the original input material becomes refuse-derived fuel (RDF), a substitute for fossil fuel that can be used in combined heat and power plants in order to produce electricity and steam. This high-calorific material undergoes various mechanical treatment steps such as cutting, sorting, classifying and compacting, in order to achieve the various qualities customers require. For more information on RDF-CHP plants please click here. 5. Air cleaning technology To comply with the required legal limits, the waste gas from the mechanical and biological process is treated and cleaned in a waste gas purification system. Highly polluted waste gas is cleaned by using regenerative thermal oxidation plants (RTO), while the less polluted waste air is treated using biofilters.
Plastic treatment plant
In this treatment plant mixed plastic, such as crisps packets, yoghurt containers or plastic bags, are refined into agglomerate that is then used as a reducing agent for pig iron in the steel production process. Screening and sifting The refining process starts in the rotating drum, where the packaging is freed from contaminants. The plastic is shredded and ferrous and non-ferrous metals such as iron and aluminium are extracted using a metal separator. An air separator is used to sort light and heavy plastics. Agglomeration Pressure and friction heat are used to compact light plastics during the agglomeration process producing granular agglomerates of different sizes. These are again freed from ferrous and non-ferrous metals and before it is conveyed to a sieve. Screening & sizing The agglomerate is separated into three different sizes using sieves. The agglomerate with a size exceeding 1mm is collected in a bunker and can be used in thermal recycling. The medium-sized fraction between 1 – 8 mm is placed into the silo via a conveyor screw. The fraction that is greater than 8 mm is shredded and also conveyed into the silo. Loading & utilisation The agglomerate is stored in silos, then placed in bags and transported to the steel plant. The plastic agglomerate, together with hot air, is injected into the steelwork’s furnace creating gasses that draw oxygen out of the iron ore. Normally, heavy oil is used for this process but using plastic agglomerates helps to protect the environment by preserving valuable primary resources.
Pressing of bales
This technology is used for single material streams – such as paper, foil or polystyrene – that do not require treatment, but can pressed into bales for easy transportation straight away. Our presses are able to compress voluminous materials such as foil into easy-to-handle bales using metal bands for safety. That way more material can be loaded on our trucks and transported to the recycling plants, which both reduces costs and protects the environment.
Recycling at -120° C - Cryogenic separation technology
To be able to re-use contaminated packaging, Nehlsen has developed a technology that can separate harmful residues, such as chemicals or oil, from sought-after raw materials like metal and plastic. We can also recycle oil filters and composite material made of plastic/metal and rubber/aluminium. At the present time the cryogenic plant can treat around 9,000 tonnes a year and we are receiving material from across the whole of Germany, and also from the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg and other parts of the EU. To be able to use the contaminated metal and plastic packaging as secondary raw materials, it must be cleared of harmful residues. This process happens in a low temperature tube, that is twelve metres long, with a diameter of one and a half metres. The material is conveyed through the pipe and cooled to approximately minus 120°C by a special quick-freeze process using liquid nitrogen. The brittle and friable residues, along with any adhering substances are then mechanically separated in a hammer mill. After automatic sorting, just the clean plastics and metals are left, ready to be reutilised. After being packed into practical multi-compartmented big bags and containers, the recycled raw materials are sent to our customers. With the aid of the cryogenic plant we are able to achieve purity levels between 60-70%. These metals are then used commercially under the product name of CyroTall, and the plastics under the name CyroPlast
Sorting plant for commercial and packaging waste
In sorting plants, different types of consumer goods packaging waste and commercial waste are separated. Sorting and screening On arrival, the waste is crudely separated and freed from large anomalies. The sorting process starts in a rotating drum where smaller contaminants are separated from the material. The rotating drum with its different sized holes allows the material to fall onto different conveyor belts. Larger items are sorted manually and put into their relevant boxes. Separation, sifting & sorting The small-sized fraction first passes a magnetic separator to remove ferrous metal and then a separator for non-ferrous metals removes items such as aluminium and tin. The medium-sized fraction is divided into light and heavy fractions by an air separator. The ballistic separator then sorts the secondary raw materials according to their size and weight, before another separator removes the metals and divides them into ferrous and non-ferrous fractions to further improve the quality of the secondary raw material streams. Near-infrared technology Secondary raw material streams pass near-infrared devices before they reach the manual separation station. These devices use compressed air to extrude materials such as paper, foil or different types of plastics (PE, PP and PET), which are then moved into different storage boxes via conveyor belts. Pressing & Loading After manually checking the quality of the secondary raw materials they are pressed into bales, loaded onto vehicles and then supplied to manufacturing industry.
In order to offer a service of the highest possible quality and safety, we use the latest technologies and processes for the treatment and recycling of waste. Some of the technology and types of treatment plants that are currently used by us: • mechanical-biological stabilisation, • fuel treatment plant, • household packaging waste sorting plant, • composting plant, • CO2-fermentation/biogas plant, • combined heat and power plant, • construction waste recycling plant, • wood recycling plant, • chemical-physical treatment plant and • cryogenic separation technology.
Treatment of refuse-derived fuels (RDF)
Refuse-derived fuels consist of highly calorific material, so they need to be processed in a special treatment plant for substitute fuels to ensure that they are specifically tailored for their use in either combined heat and power plants or the cement industry. Shredding and separation A mechanical gripper is used to load the refuse-derived fuels into the shredder. Ferrous and non-ferrous metals, such as iron and aluminium, are first separated and then the remaining material is sorted according to its size and weight by means of a ballistic separator. Near-Infrared technology Both the small-sized and heavy fractions are conveyed into a bunker for later use in thermal recycling. The lighter large-sized fraction is further shredded and sorted using near-infrared devices. Compressed air is used to extrude polyvinyl chloride, which is then collected in a bunker, compressed and recycled. Milling & loading The refuse-derived fuel fraction is again separated from ferrous and non-ferrous metals and then milled. The material is grinded by a millstone and then pressed through a sieve to produce a grainy material of defined quality. Utilisation The refuse-derived fuel can now be used in either combined heat and power or cement plants as a substitute for primary raw materials.
Non compacting front Compartment for recycling
Non compacting front Compartment for recycling FK It is possible to combine the front compartment with almost any NTM rear loader. The FK module is loaded from one side and discharged by tipping from the other side. The FK module is completely separate so there is no risk of cross-contamination. In conjunction with a split compactor this facility enables three way waste separation.
The NTM Front End Loader is designed for easy operation as well as high degree of reliability. With the pendulum principle for compaction you get few moving parts, favourable life cycle costs and a good compaction ratio. The FL-P has a loading capacity of up to 36 cubic meters. It is easy to keep clean and has no ejector plate. Discharge is done by tipping. The patented cab shield makes it easy to get all the waste in the hopper without spillage. The lifting arms are controlled easily by a joystick. This is possible by the advanced PLC-technology.
K is designed for chassis between 7.5-15 GVW. It can handle bins from 120 to 1280 litres, including roll-tops. Available on any make of chassis this body lends itself to a variety of refuse collection and street cleaning applications. Standard equipment Bin lift Pneumatic bin catcher bar (operator adjustable) Control buttons on both sides Proportionally controlled hydraulic levers for the bin lift, carriage plate and the packer plate. High speed compaction Hose break valve for raised hopper Hopper clearance when raised Amber beacons Vehicle work lights Dustpan and brush with holder. Sack carrier Rear view camera with in cab-monitor Units are sandblasted to Sa 2.5, following which they are given two coats of paint
This efficient system operated by one man can handle up to 1000 bins a day. The automated side loader enables the driver/operator to pick up a bin that is up to 2,4 metres from the body, empty the bin into the hopper and place the bin back in position without leaving the cab. The unique pendulum principle of the compactor gives an excellent compaction ratio and also contributes to low life cycle costs as it has very few moving parts. The Automated Side loader bodies can be lifted to both 2-axle and 3-axle chassis with body from 14 to 24 cubic metres. Standard equipment Bin lift Emergency stop Tailgate lowering control fitted to the rear of the body Hose break valve for raised tailgate Amber beacons, also on the binlift arm Vehicle work lights Mud guards, mud flaps Camera with in cab-monitor for loading and reversing
The use of sound calibrators dates back to the days when it was easier to design a stable sound calibrator than a stable sound level meter. Today, sound measuring instruments, in general, are as stable as the sound calibrators. However, measuring microphones are very delicate devices designed to fulfil very rigid specifications. This makes them vulnerable and subject to damage unless care is taken. One may therefore say that a calibrator is just as much a verification of proper operation as it is a device for re-adjustment of sensitivity of sound measuring instruments. The Norsonic selection of sound calibrators comprises three types, viz. the Nor1251, the Nor1252 and the Nor1253. The difference between them lies in their accuracy; while the Nor1251 is a class 1 calibrator and the Nor1252 is a class 2 calibrator, the Nor1253 is no less than a class L calibrator. It also satisfy all class 1 requirements!
Noise sources
Nor250 Loudspeaker Nor258 MLS Synchronizer Nor261 Ref. sound source Nor270(H) Loudspeaker Nor277 Tapping Machine Nor280 Power Amplifier
Sound Level Meters
Nor117 Vehicle Noise Analyser Nor118 Sound Level Meter Nor121 Real Time Analyser Nor131/132 Sound Level Meter Nor137 Vehicle Noise Meter Nor140 Sound Analyser
PS professional solutions hard- & software GmbH
PS professional solutions hard- & software GmbH
DVRlive - The Digital Video Recorder within your pc
PIPEX automatically starts recording of the camera inspection at the start of a new survey. The recording is paused automatically during editing of observations if desired. The user can also pause recording manually if necessary. The recorded movies are all managed by the program. Every survey movie is being stored in a separate movie file. If a section has to be inspected from both sides a movie is being recorded for each.
PIPEX - The Ultimate Pipe Explorer
PIPEX is a key element of a variety of products for CCTV-inspection. A skilled team of engineers and technicians is responsible for maintainance and development of the whole range of products and also for service and hotline. The fundamentals of all development is bearing reference to practical work with our products and a close relationship to our customers.
pipex the ultimate pipe explorer
pipex the ultimate pipe explorer
PTF Hausser GmbH
PTF Hausser GmbH
Rotowrap 30
30-35 Standard machine for normal throughput
Rotowrap 30M
Standard machine for normal throughput
Rotowrap 60
Rotowrap 60 50-60 fastest machine up to 60bales/h
Rotowrap TT
Rotowrap TT 10-20 very economic machine for little throughput
Pumppulohja Oy
Pumppulohja Oy
Pressure water booster system 30 m³ - h × 5 bar
Sand filter 1500
Tanks for water filters
Two mantle pressure tank
Water treatment tank
Retech Recycling
Retech Recycling
Pet bottle recycling system
Discarded PET bottles used for soft drinks, mineral water, etc, is a growing environmental problem in many countries, since they are often just thrown away in the streets and the garbage bins. It's bad for the economy and a burden for the environment since the bottles do not decompose for 200-300 years. But this garbage can be transformed into valuable materials - and it's good business! A PET bottle recycling plant takes dirty bottles and transforms them into clean PET flakes. This is an export commodity which can be sold and used for many creative applications. And the flakes can be further processed and reutilised with high commercial value. PET RECYCLING PLANTS REDOMAÂŽ offers a unique PET bottle recycling system that stands out for its cost efficiency, flexible design and user-friendly operation. It is available in 3 main sizes: PET 700, PET 1000 and PET 1300. The standard plants produce clean flakes intended mainly for reuse in sheeting, strapping, moulded parts, etc. The plants can also be upgraded with a highly efficient friction washer for obtaining flakes with very high purity required for food contact applications (bottle to bottle process). And if you want to produce flakes of lower quality intended only for producing fibres, we also have simplified, lower-cost plants for this purpose. Thus REDOMAÂŽ offers a wide range of PET bottle washing lines in terms of capacity and purity of the flakes. Here are some important features: Simple to operate and service Environmentally friendly process Easily accessible Highly automated process - fully PLC-controlled Relatively low initial investment Very well suited for low wage countries Infeed capacity: 700, 1000 and 1300 kg/h Easy-to-sell PET flakes that can be reutilised in many applications and products INFEED MATERIAL: Pre-sorted PET bottles/containers (even dirty ones from disposal fields) END PRODUCT: Very clean PET flakes - purity that fulfils international standards for reuse
inclined sorting machine
The inclined sorting machine is designed to sort almost any combination of recyclable materials automatically. When processing mixed construc- tion and demolition waste, the machine separates the waste into a pure mineral fraction and a high calorific value fraction consisting of plastics, paper and wood.
Mobile Separation units
REDOX offers a wide range of mobile and semi-mobile separation units. The mobile units can be delivered on trailers or on tracks. The systems can be delivered with unique stretch deck screens, very efficient windshifters and feed hoppers. Semi-mobile units are equipped with a hook-lift system or hydraulic supports. REDOX delivers the following types of mobile sorting units: DSW 4000 ED Single deck screen with deposit hopper, single lane windshifter SW 5000 DD Double deck screen, double lane windshifter DS 6000 ED Single deck screen with deposit hopper
Overband magnets
Overband magnets are designed for use over a moving bed of material from which iron is to be removed. Iron is a common material in demolition and construction waste. The magnet is there for one of the most frequently used separators in a sorting line or any sorting process for construction and demolition waste. Overband magnets are box-shaped units containing blocks of permanent magnet material, arranged to produce a powerful magnetic field. This magnetic field attracts the iron from the passing waste stream and removes it.
REDOX deposit hoppers
The REDOX deposit hoppers are designed to continuously and steadily feed various kinds of material. They fead materials like construction and demolition waste, industrial and commercial waste, household waste, organic waste, compost, dry recyclables etc. Functioning of the REDOX deposit hoppers The REDOX deposit hoppers are primarily used as a feeding system for a sorting line, a washing line or for windshifters. The deposit hoppers can be loaded by a front loader or grab. They can be equipped with a walking floor or with a dosing conveyor belt, which is suitable for frequency control. The chosen material of the slats of the walking floor depends on the material. The conveyor belt can be supported on the total length with impact rollers to protect the belt during loading of heavy materials like demolition and construction waste. Advantages REDOX deposit hoppers continuous and steady material supply to system suitable for different materials low maintenance costs strong construction (long life) suitable for set-up both inside and outside
Sesotec GmbH
Sesotec GmbH
CSP Separators
LAG 7200 LE-G Ceramic, stone, porcelain (CSP) separation system for glass recycling applications
Flake Purifier
The FLAKE PURIFIER is a multi-sensor sorting system for plastics recycling. In addition to the third generation of refined sensors for metal and colour separation, the FLAKE PURIFIER is also equipped with a high-performance module to recognise contamination, including different types of plastics, like PLA or PVC
Freefall - Bulk conveying
Metal separator for free-fall applications.
Metal separation system for bulk material applications
The MAG 4400 series of metal separators removes metal contaminants eg aluminium, steel or stainless steel from bulk materials.
Single-face metal detectors
Plane-Metal-Detector for the installation into a conveyer belt
Special glass separators
Specialised glass separation system for glass recycling (material fed by conveyor)
Tunnel metal detectors (rectangular)
DLS tunnel metal detectors are separable and are designed for installation in conveyor belts and material slides.
X-Ray Scanner
RAYCON BULK special conveyer for the inspection of loose bulk material with a maximum width of 400 mm and a maximum height of 40 mm
Double Tubular Piston Pump with ball valve
Municipal raw sludge, also to feed filter presses Black water and bilge water Fine structure pastes with up to 15% dry solids
Single Piston Pumps
SolidPumps Piston Pumps are suitable for transporting highly viscous media with solid particle contamination such as steel sheets, glass, slaughterhouse waste with bones, ropes, wire, wood, gravel, etc.. Piston pumps have low maintenance costs and all parts exposed to the medium, such as the cylinder liner, piston, piston tube, slide gate valve, seals, etc. are easily replaceable.

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