For crushing of a wide spectrum of a large-sized thick-walled difficultly processed waste: automobile tire covers, pipes, boxes, butts, etc. from various materials (plastic, glass, papers for recycling, bones of animals) usually use shredders.

Shredders type Sh1R are single-shaft with a drive from one or two electromotors. On an exit of shredder it is possible to receive the crushed material with the size of fraction 1-3 sm.

Shredders Sh2R have two-shaft execution and also as Sh1r have a drive from one or two electromotors. They are used for primary salvage crushing, such as mechanical rubber and plastic products, woodworking and agricultural manufacture waste, and also many other resources.

UFSh-2 - new working out of automobile tires utilizer. This module crushes autotyres in 6 mm crumb by milling. It is especially effective in application to tires of supersize cars which are difficultly processed in Shredders. And for crushing of career tires it is simply irreplaceable.

The optimum equipment for crushing and recycling of a waste is crusher DKM.
The analysis of similar equipment has made it possible to develop a user-friendly machine in operation for recycling of large materials, both household and industrial. The sizes of processed raw materials are limited only by the sizes of a crusher loading window. Labour bodies ДКМ are rotors with reinforced high-strength knifes on them.

Universal knife crusher models are effectively applied for processing of plastic, rubber and wood waste products and also a waste of agricultural production. On crushers of a line DNU it is possible to process production received after crushing in shredders Sh1R and Sh2R. The special model of DNU should be instance applied to receive optimum result. Various configuration of knifes and also grids with any punching can be established on crushers.

The polyethylene film is the basic material for packing of the food and industrial goods, and also the basic covering material for hothouses.
A significant amount of a packing material in the form of FDW (firm domestic waste) gathers on industrial centers of recycling and storage of a city waste.
Collected and packed in mechanical or hydraulic presses the film material arrives on processing enterprises for sorting, clearings, crushing and granulation.
The basic technical parameters TLPP are resulted in the table.

The most part of food and chemical liquids in volume from 0,25 and to 5,0 liters spreads in plastic (PET-POLYESTER) bottles. A large quantity of the used bottles collected in big cities is taken out on the centralized ranges of gathering of a firm household waste (FHW). In several regions of Russian Federation gathering, sorting and recycling of PET-BOTTLES, for example in Moscow suburbs, and in Komi is organized. We offer line TLPB collected from modules of the modern high-efficiency ecological equipment.

The crushed, sorted and cleared plastic raw materials arrive on a granulation line.
Sometimes, at great volumes of processing, on an input of plastic granulation line is established bale opening machine from which the plastic raw materials (PE, PET, PP) arrive in the loading bunker of extruder for processing in granules.

Wood wastes represent a fine organic material with set of applications. After their processing on crushers and mills it is received valuable raw materials which can be used for production of fuel granules, fuel briquettes or  composit fuel.
It is possible to make of sawdust and a shaving non-polluting plates and a bar for housing construction with use of cavitational technics. Also it is easy to adjust production of insulating materials.
One of offered lines for preparation of raw materials and binding for manufacture of plates is resulted in figure.

Production of modern strong, plastic products of different function (building materials, landscape gardening designs) is carried out onextrusion technological line.
For production of constructional panels and other products as raw materials serves granulated PVC. Plastic forms are developed on the special equipment consisting from:

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