TS2096 Atritor Turbo Separator

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TS2096 Atritor Turbo Separator

The Turbo Separator is a flexible de-packaging system, developed to remove products from their packaging, releasing them for recycling or disposal.

Standard system comprises: Infeed hopper, infeed conveyor, Turbo Separator, Recovered organics outfeed conveyor, Recovered packaging outfeed conveyor, Control panel, Spare parts package, Commissioning. Optional pump for recovered liquid organics.

Typical packaging: Plastic bottles, soft packaging, sachets, pouches, polymer bags, paper bags, Tetra Paks, plastic containers, trays, blister packs, tubes, cartons, plastic jars, cardboard containers, tea bags.

Typical materials: Vegetables, beans, cigarettes, deodorants, processed meats, soups, beverages, coleslaw, detergents, pasta, potato chips, snack foods, sugar, biscuits, coffee, gravy granules, pet foods, powdered milk, tea, baby foods, cosmetics, flavourings, household products, water, pharmaceuticals, juices, cereals, custard, sauces, flour, yoghurt, soap power, shampoo, oil, paint, plasterboard and many more…

All Atritor equipment is built to the rigorous standards of BS EN ISO 9001:2000.

Wastech Engineering is the sole approved Australian distributer of the Atritor Turbo Separator.

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Inlet size18” x 18 “ (455 x 455mm)
Fuse size (A)120
Maximum throughput (Tonnes per hour)5
Main drive motor (KW)22
Chamber size20” dia. x 96” long (508mm x 2,438mm)
Approx. footprint (incl. conveyors, can be configured)14m x 7m
ConstructionMild Steel (Option: Stainless Steel)

Turbo Separator Key Features

Canned Foods De-Packaging

Kitchen Food Waste

Plasterboard Separation

Plastic Bottles

Supermarket Foods De-Packaging

About Atritor

In its facilities in Coventry, UK, Atritor produces a broad range of drying and milling equipment to serve the process industries. They are active across the spectrum of minerals, chemicals, pigments, pharmaceuticals, energy and waste processing operations.