SHREDDER REQUIREMENTS

For a one-step process, the shredder must be particularly sturdy and resistant to foreign objects in order to shred the broad spectrum of partially bulky input materials. The aim is cost-friendly processing with the lowest possible €/ton ratio for the operator and continuously steady output – freely selectable between 40 and 100 mm – that is ready to be incinerated in cement kilns/calciners or as a fluidised bed. The POLARIS, our compact shredder solution, meets all these requirements in the best possible way.

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SHREDDER REQUIREMENTS

Der Zerkleinerer muss dafür besonders robust und störstoffresistent ausgeführt sein, um die hohe Bandbreite an Inputmaterialien zu meistern. Das Ziel der Zerkleinerung ist eine wirtschaftliche Aufbereitung mit geringsten €/t-Kosten für den Betreiber mit einem stets konstanten Austrag von 50-100mm,  fix und fertig verwendbar zur Befeuerung im Zementofen Kalzinator oder als Wirbelschicht- Brennstoff. Der POLARIS als die Kompaktlösung erfüllt die Anforderungen am besten.

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Anforderung an den Shredder

Der Zerkleinerer muss dafür besonders robust und störstoffresistent ausgeführt sein, um die hohe Bandbreite an Inputmaterialien zu meistern. Das Ziel der Zerkleinerung ist eine wirtschaftliche Aufbereitung mit geringsten €/t-Kosten für den Betreiber mit einem stets konstanten Austrag von 50-100mm,  fix und fertig verwendbar zur Befeuerung im Zementofen Kalzinator oder als Wirbelschicht- Brennstoff. Der POLARIS als die Kompaktlösung erfüllt die Anforderungen am besten.

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One-Step Shredding

In one-step shredding, the focus is on the shredder as a single-step solution. Untreated waste from households, commerce and industries is mostly fed into the primary shredder directly via wheel loaders, diggers or dosing hoppers with the aim of obtaining homogeneous, sortable material in a single step.

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Conveying

The shredded material continuously trickles out of the base of the shredder. A stationary conveyor belt is conveniently located immediately underneath to transport the product. The ideal choice here is a profiled conveyor belt operated by the Lindner Shredder or the control room.

MAGNETIC SEPARATION OF FERROUS METALS

Optionally, a permanent magnet can be fitted above the conveyor belt to securely extract ferromagnetic parts such as scrap iron and other ferrous scrap metal. Ferrous scrap metal in premium solid recovered fuels is said to spoil its quality. Once separated, it can be recycled in line with the circular economy concept.

Refuse-derived fuels for calciners

Shredding of municipal, commercial and industrial waste for incineration with energy recovery in the calciner

If you want efficient plants for turning municipal, commercial and industrial waste into fuel, you first have to define the end product. Especially in the single-stage production of fluidised bed fractions for incineration with energy recovery in cement-kilns/calciners, it is vital that the shredding systems work extremely robustly and reliably – and mostly around the clock. The calcinator accepts lower-grade fuels with regard to grain size and calorific value. Unlike in the rotary kiln’s sintering zone, much lower material temperatures (approx. 800–900 °C) are necessary as the CO2 simply needs to be extracted from the lime.

A wide range of RDFs can be used depending on the calcinator type. With certain calcinators it is even possible to use entire tyres as fuel; however, most standard calcinators (e.g. inline, separate line and combustion chamber) use shredded refuse-derived fuels. Since there is a wide range of calcinator technologies and types, this table only serves as a guideline.

Calciner fuel characteristics

Grain size<100mm, non-3-dimensional
Calorific value>3,500 kcal/kg
Density>100 kg/m3 <200 kg/m3
Moisture content<20%