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Rejected Waste Impurezas No Plástico Impurezas Plástico ÓPTICO PET ÓPTICO PEAD CONTROL DE CALIDAD PEAD SILO PEAD Impurezas Impurezas SILO CBA RECHAZO ÓPTICO PLÁSTICO/NO PLÁSTICO ÓPTICO CBA CONTROL DE CALIDAD CBA CONTROL DE CALIDAD PET SILO PET CONTROL DE CALIDAD PM SILO PM Optical separators sequence and prevents oversizing the capacity of the rest of the optical separation chain. In plants where the rolling element current received from the ballistic separator does not contain much requested material, such as in remainder fraction treatment lines, the first optical separator is programmed to perform the separation of plastic materials from non-plastic materials. Although this separation provides a pre-treatment for the rest of the cascade, it is not recommended for Light weight packaging sorting plants where the input material in the plant contains a requested material amount higher than 75%. The separation sequences most commonly used in light weight packaging sorting plants are shown in the following figures. Although these configurations are those normally used in light weight packaging sorting plants, PLASTIC/NON-PLASTIC OPTICAL BC OPTICAL PET OPTICAL HDPE OPTICAL PET QUALITY CONTROL PET SILO BC QUALITY CONTROL HDPE QUALITY CONTROL MP QUALITY CONTROL BC SILO HDPE SILO MP SILO Impurities Non-Plastic Rolling material Plastic Impurities Impurities Impurities 6


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