The GeiserBox® Active Sanitisation process involves subjecting the waste stream to a non-combustion, high-temperature and high-pressure concentrated steam environment. Central to the process is a continuously maintained high-pressure autoclave.
What results is a heterogeneous mixture of clean, sterilised and odour-free material that can be easily separated, reclaimed and recovered, and sorted into four different fractions: organic fibre, plastic, metal and rejected material.
The GeiserBox® Active Sanitisation treatment system essentially comprises the following modules:
- DosiBox400®. This module is for feeding and dosing the waste before it enters the system. Waste that is deposited in the plant’s reception area, after being shredded to control maximum size, is transported on belt conveyors and fed into the inlet hopper. The DosiBox400® can handle continuous adjustable batches of approximately 85 kg/min, depending on the density of the material.
- ValBox800®. These modules come in pairs and are attached to the GeiserBox® MG35T’s inlet and outlet systems. They ensure correct pressurisation prior to the entry of waste into the treatment system and depressurisation prior to the extraction of treated material.
- GeiserBox® MG35T. This module is a high-pressure autoclave, in which the waste is subjected to uniform high-temperature and high-pressure steam treatment for 15 to 30 minutes. The duration of the process is determined by the time it takes the waste to travel from one end of the module to the other.
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