BALL-SORT VX (Ballistic Separator)

The BALL-SORT VX is the most sold Ballistic Separator for Light Packaging and household Waste. A wide Range of Machine-Types available to fit to all Application on the Ballistic-Separation.
The Separation Process takes place in only one step. Here, the material is broken down into a rolling, flat and sieve fraction, which is highly suitable for further processing. In the separation of single stream, light packaging and co-mingled waste, BALL-SORT VX is the first choice for effective sorting process with low cost and high availability.

• rolling, rigid body, bottles and hollow bodies (3D/Heavy Fraction)
• fine material (sieved fraction)
• (3D/Heavy Fraction)
• fine material (sieved fraction)
• Films and other labile components (2D/Light Fraction)

Der BALL-SORT VX is also available as WT Type. It is a medium heavy Ballistic Separator for Waste like Commerical and Household Waste. He is qualified to split the Material to five Fractions in one Step. The Paddles and Side walls of the Machine equipped with Hardox for hard use.

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Description

Features:

• Rugged Machine-Design for durable Application
• Patented Eccentric-Crankshaft with rugged changeable Bearings
• Up to five fractions in one Step
• Angle independent on both decks hydraulically adjustable
• High Troughput

Application:

• Municipal Solid Waste
• Single Stream
• Commingled Material
• PET Bottles
• Industrial- and Commercial Waste
• Wastepaper

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1. The material to be separated is fed via the conveyor belts to the BALL-SORT VX.

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Through the connection between the different gradability (ability to overcome inclines during conveyance) and the differing ballistic behaviour, the material for separation in the machine can be affected by the angle of the incline.
Rolling, dimensionally stable bodies, bottles and other hollow objects adhere to the ballistic principle and are “shot out” of the machine at the front side. Foils and other unstable parts migrate to the machine overflow (back side) dependent on their ability to climb. Fine-Material falls through the Sieve-Lattice.

1: Input-Material
2: 3D / Heavy Fraction
3: Fines
4: 3D / Heavy Fraction
5: Fines
6: 2D / Light Fraction
7: Paddle