Recycling plants and separation lines Stokkermill are designed and built for different types of materials. The recycling plants built by Stokkermill are turnkey solutions made on specific request of the end user and include customized solutions to achieve the customer's objectives. Stokkermill recycling plants are built according to criteria of rationality, efficiency and simplicity, however they contain modern and refined technological solutions.
Toner cartridge recycling plant allows you to recover plastics, metals and dust made up of pigments and plastic polymers. All components recovered during toner recycling activities are thus reused and regenerated. The recycling of toners requires attention and care regarding the handling of powders to avoid the risks of explosion caused by the particle size of the powders. The production capacity of the waste toner recycling lines varies according to the requests of the end user and the type of materials to be treated.
The PCB recycling plants is designed for the size reduction and separation of the different components present in the PCB's. After the process through the recycling line it is possible to get a steel metal fraction, a fiberglass and a mixed metal fraction which includes the precious metals. The capacity of the line can vary to meet the demand of the end-user.
Aluminium recycling line is designed to refine the input material from plastic, rubber and ferrous metals. The recycling plants allow to obtain a high-quality aluminium proler allowing the delivery directly in the foundry avoiding further preparation activities. Aluminium scrap recycling plants improve economic performance. Aluminium scrap treatment plants are extremely flexible and versatile and allow to treat aluminium profiles, aluminium tins, and general aluminium scrap.
LCD screens recycling plant, allows you to recover the glass and TFT films present in LCD screens. Our system allows the aspiration of the fluorescent powders contained in the neon backlight lamps. To avoid dispersions in the environment or risks to the final operator caused by the dispersion of potentially hazardous substances, activities shall be carried out within isolated environments and, where necessary, connected to filtration systems generally of the type HELPA or ULPA.
Solar panels PV recycling lines allow to recover the materials that make up the photovoltaic panel for scrapping. Photovoltaic panels recycling plants can recover about 97-98% of the total weight of a module. This is roughly equivalent to 15 kg of glass, about 1 kg of silicon powder, 2 kg of aluminium, 2,5 kg of plastic in addition to copper wiring.
Electric motor recycling plants for recycling of starters, the recycling of alternators and, more generally, the recycling of electric motors is becoming, day after day, one of the most interesting activities for the recycling of end-of-life vehicles. The increase of electrical and electronic components in motor vehicles makes the recovery and recycling of metals, in particular copper and aluminium more and more important.
Recycling line for alkaline batteries allows you to recover the mass consisting mainly of alkaline electrolytes. Stokkermill has developed several systems of black-mass recovery from alkaline batteries through mechanical processes of shredding, screening, and the removal of metal parts. The recycling of alkaline batteries is complicated due to possible chemical reactions of electrolytes in the presence of oxygen.