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|Carbon Steel/Stainless Steel
|Tire Recycling Machine Line
Ejectors and Diverters: The optical sorting system can be customized with different types of ejectors or diverters to separate the identified materials. This can include the use of air jets, mechanical arms, or conveyor diverters to divert selected materials into separate collection bins or downstream processing units
Conveyor and Feeding Systems: The optical sorting system can be integrated with customized conveyor and feeding systems to ensure efficient and controlled material flow. This includes features such as adjustable conveyor speeds, vibratory feeders, or pneumatic systems for precise material feeding.
Optical sorting systems can identify and sort tires based on their color. This capability allows for customization by separating tires of different colors, such as black, white, or colored sidewalls. Color sorting can be useful in recycling processes where specific colors are desired, or for separating tires with colored sidewalls for alternative uses like rubber mulch or playground surfaces
Tire Crushing and Grinding: The shredded tires go through a crushing and grinding process to further reduce the size of the rubber particles. This step enhances the efficiency of subsequent processing and ensures a finer rubber powder output.
Optical sorting systems can identify and remove contaminants from the waste tire stream. This customization capability ensures that only clean and suitable tires are directed towards the recycling process, enhancing the quality and efficiency of the overall recycling line
Fiber Separation: Some waste tires contain textile fibers, such as nylon or polyester, which need to be separated from the rubber material. A fiber separation system is utilized to remove these fibers and produce a cleaner rubber powder.
Fine Grinding and Powder Classification: To achieve a desired particle size distribution, the rubber material undergoes a fine grinding process. The production line may include a pulverizer or micronizer to further grind the rubber particles into a fine powder. The powder is then classified into different size fractions through a screening or air classification system.
Automatic Control System: A full-auto waste tire recycling production machine line often incorporates an automatic control system to monitor and regulate the various processes. This system ensures efficient operation, optimal performance, and the ability to adjust parameters as needed.
Material Handling and Sorting: Waste tire recycling involves various stages of material handling and sorting. Automation systems can be configured to handle these tasks efficiently. For example, conveyor systems with sensors and actuators can transport tires to different processing units, while optical sorting systems can automatically identify and separate tires based on their characteristics.
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