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GLOSSARY OF EQUIPMENT 140-141 significant time during which no compacting is being performed. To compensate this effect a storage volume is designed for the chute feeding the press with a volume greater (at least 200%) than the volume of the compacting chamber. • This chute must have vertical walls until the compacting chamber to ensure comprehensive feeding. They are provided with a load detection cell locked with the plate actuation to ensure complete filling in each stroke. • The chute cross-section will be e qual to or less than the cross-section of the compacting chamber (loading mouth), to prevent stops in the filling operation. • The sorting and calculation of a press system must consider the following points: › Apparent density of the materials to be compacted. › Density required by the TSRM. › Stream of materials to be compacted. › Mean size of materials to be compacted. › Cross-section of the bale formed (cross-section of the pressing tunnel). › Volume of the loading box or compacting chamber. › Reduction in volume with each stroke (compacting index). › Length of bale required by TSRM. › Bale strapping system if required. 3. Multimaterial tunnel compacting press. 3 LIGHT WEIGHT PACKAGING SORTING PLANTS


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