Separating recyclable and disposable materials
The characteristics of construction and demolition waste include both easily recyclable and disposable materials. Separating valuable ferrous materials is easy with the TANA shredder. The heterogeneity of construction and demolition waste sets high demands that cannot be met by many other common waste shredders. TANA shredders can even produce high-quality SRF from these miscellaneous waste fractions. The end product is highly uniform, homogeneous and first-class burnable fuel that generates added value in SRF production.
The mixed waste from construction and demolition sites consists of heavy, bulky debris with cables, wires, insulation and plasticsThe TANA Control System (TCS) controls the shredding operation and prevents possible damage. Non-crushable particles, such as metal bars or blocks of concrete, that end up in the hopper create a peak in pressure that makes the rotor reverse a few times. If the object does not crush, TCS stops the operation, and the object can easily be removed through the opening side door.
Uniform end product in just one pass
Normally a pre-shredder, secondary shredder and drum screen are required to produce SRF out of construction and demolition waste. The TANA Shark’s unique features – TANA Control System, half-cutting effect, adjustable amount of counter-knives and rotor screens – make this possible with one machine in one pass. An integrated overband magnet separates the metal directly from conveyor.
The unique features of TANA Shark waste shredders allow the shredding process to be completed in just one pass – with any desired particle size between 50 and 500 mm. Changing the counter knives and adjusting or removing the rotor screen can be done smoothly in a reasonable time without unnecessarily long downtimes disrupting the operation.