Ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metals
Wire and cable
Metal drum and bucket
Tire and End-of-life auto
Aluminum Used Beverage Can (UBC)
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Hourly output: 500-2000kg
Power consumption: 100-400kWh
Output size: 40mm, separated
Number of operators: 1
Scrap metal recycling system is a series of equipment for volume reduction and separation of metal waste. The system is ideal for recycling resources and reclaiming valuable metals in many different variations and sizes. Wiscon enables you to recycle not only light metals but also aluminum, brass, copper, lead, stainless steel, titanium and zinc.
Primary Shredding (Scrap Metal Shredder)
No matter small or bulky, scattered or briquetted, ferrous or non-ferrous your waste is, the very first step is to process the scrap metals in a double shaft shredder. Determined by metal hardness and composition, one out of three types of robust rotor is pre-selected to accomplish your task.
The low number of turns allows you to get a very high torque with super low power consumption. Gas nitriding is adopted to enhance surface hardness and anti-wearability of blades. The robust housing is machined in one setup for high accuracy and stiffness. Our technology allows you to make the most out of each cut, getting uniform shredded pieces.
Separation and Reclamation
After shredding, the scrap metal recycling system distinguishes the non-ferrous and the ferrous. Magnetic belt conveyor sucks up all the ferrous, followed by eddy current separator taking out all the non-ferrous. This leaves materials such as plastics and paper remained in the system, while the valuable metals are recycled.
In short, a scrap metal shredding system breaks down scrap metal into pieces. Next, separate the metals from plastics and impurities. The final products are highly valued and pure. You can view more recycling videos here.
Once a scrap metal shredder is finished, Wiscon tests it with similar materials to show capability and output. Seeing is believing, so you are greatly welcome to present and witness with us on site. If you cannot make it in-person, detailed videos and numerous photos will be prepared for you to exam.