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Binder+Co sells 2100th
The bestseller BIVITEC celebrates a
It is operating on six continents, is used in
mining as well as in recycling and screens
hundreds of thousands of tons of different
products every hour. We are talking about
the BIVITEC flip-flow-screen from Binder+Co.
In November 2018, the 2100th BIVITEC screening machine was successfully accepted by its future owner, Ing. Hans Lang GmbH. Hans Lang GmbH, is one of the most important construction companies in Tyrol and is Western Austria's leading producer of construction materials. And as such, the company attaches particular importance to the highest product quality. "This can only be achieved with reliable machines and plants. We appreciate the professionalism with which Binder+Co works," says Hans-Peter Schuler, authorised signatory and business division manager for building materials. The anniversary machine is not the first machine that the Tyrolean company buys from Binder+Co. The Styrian technology is already being used to the customer's satisfaction in several plants.
CEO Martin Pfeffer thanked Hans-Peter Schuler for his loyalty with a spare parts voucher for EUR 2,100. The Binder+Co employees were invited to the traditional “Leberkäsejause” in the round hall to celebrate the 2,100 BIVITEC.
A reason to celebrate - the bestseller from Binder+Co was sold 2100 times! Markus Muhr, Project Manager, Heinz Raith, Sales Austria, Christian Buelacher, Hans-Peter Schuler and Martin Geisler from Ing. Hans Lang GmbH and Martin Pfeffer, Member of the Management Board of Binder+Co AG.
Norway’s container glass
Sirkel Materialgjenvinning AS from Oslo, recently
recycled with technology
commissioned Binder+Co for the delivery of a
recycling plant for glass in Fredrikstad. This
installation will be the most modern one of its
type and can process 45 tons of collected glass
and metal per hour. The glass is sorted as of a
size of 5 mm into different coloured products
(clear, green and brown glass), and metal is
sorted into ferrous and non-ferrous fractions.
The new plant will provide Sirkel Materialgjenvinning with the greatest possible flexibility in the processing of its products. Depending on the requirement, the customer can recover the entire quantity of recycled glass in the highest quality for sale, or use part of the glass cullet for foam glass production. With this concept, Binder+Co ensures the maximum material yield for Sirkel Materialgjenvinning.
“This order substantiates our market leadership in the recovery of waste glass and, at almost EUR 14 million, it is the biggest order awarded to Binder+Co in the recycling area,” says Jörg Rosegger, Member of the Executive Board of Binder+Co AG. “Through our broad range of machines for processing bulk material, we are able to supply the complete process to Sirkel Materialgjenvinning, from glass crushing, continuing with screening and cullet sublimation up to sensor-based sorting.” In order to optimally prepare the waste cullet for sorting Binder+Co has developed cullet sublimation. The essential process steps are: drying, cleaning, polishing and dust removal.
In Norway, glass and metal cans are logistically collected together. Therefore, both recyclable materials are processed in the new plant. Besides pre-treatment with screening, metal separation, comminution and organic separation, the plant includes metals processing by separation of ferrous and non-ferrous metals as well as the so-called cullet sublimation, which is decisive for the efficiency of the subsequent sorting stages of the coarse and fine fractions.
The sorting stages with 16 CLARITY sensor-based systems are the heart of the plant. They produce mono-fractions of flint, green and brown glass cullet. The glass is separated of any interfering glass ceramics and leaded glass with patented UV technology.
In this project, Binder+Co takes over both the machine technology as well as delivery of the complete plant from the structural steelwork up to extensive peripherals such as pipelines, chutes and electrical installations. Acceptance of the waste glass recycling plant is slated for the end of September 2019.