In 2012, the company that manages waste disposal for the municipality of Rome, located in Pomezia, asked us to design a plant for shredding waste metal collected by the municipality.
The request came with the need to sort waste according to the type and size: ferrous and non-ferrous, small, medium or large.
A complex task since there are many waste processing stages. Therefore, the task required great technical knowledge and experience. CIF srl design engineers were not intimidated and promptly managed to design a waste sorting plant, whose core is indeed a grinding mill, where waste (already sorted in the previous stage by a rotary screen), is conveyed thanks to a conveyor belt system. The rotary screen, through the rotary motion of its axis and its inclination, ensures an additional degree of separation and classification of waste, according to the size.
The industrial magnet we placed above the mill had the obvious purpose of sorting the incoming material, separating ferrous and non-ferrous components.
The materials, once separated and sorted by material and size, could transit in an orderly fashion to their destination.
A true example of efficiency and customisation, which further proves the flexibility of CIF Carpenteria in addressing and solving specific customer requests.
The plant was installed successfully in Pomezia, generating, over the years, full customer satisfaction, to the extent of giving us the opportunity to further expand our range of collaborations, increasing the number of grinding plant functions through new applications.