Dust collection is essentially a mechanical process. That being said, several technological components are an integral part of the systems installed in industrial environments. For example, process control involves devices that require tailored programming by automation specialists. The installed logic and sequencing represent control intelligence that directly influences operational effectiveness and cost. These technological devices, like many others that are present in manufacturing industries, contribute greatly to the profitability of businesses.
Today, sorting and recycling centres face major challenges. The field is in complete turmoil because the rules of the game have changed dramatically over a short period of time.
On the one hand, tighter regulations on waste disposal and incineration by applying preventive measures to divert as much waste as possible from landfill sites add pressure on sorting centres and thereby increase the amount of material to be processed.
On the other hand, the market, particularly on the Chinese side, is tightening its requirements in terms of the quality of the materials recovered, thereby reducing market opportunities. Such a difficult environment requires local companies to improve the performance of their sorting processes in order to optimize the quality of their finished products.