SPS122T Tracked Picking Station
The Screenpod SPS-122T picking station is a mobile material separation machine, providing an all-encompassing platform from which numerous different types of waste can be extracted from a given material stream around any number of sites across a vast range of applications, all from the safety of the on-board, air-conditioned cabin.
- 2 bays with 4 discharge points featuring large, easily loaded drop boxes
- Caterpillar C4.4 98KW Engine with Hydraulic Drive
- 1200mm wide, variable speed picking conveyor
- 1200mm wide, variable speed discharge conveyor
- Hydraulically adjustable Air-Knife blower system for light material separation
- Hydraulically adjustable Air-Vac suction system for light material extraction
- Overband magnet for ferrous metal removal
- Heavy duty tracks providing full mobility and easy transport across sites
- Telescopic legs that raise whole machine for rolling skips under discharge points
- Electrical control panel with user friendly interface for straightforward operation
- Air-Conditioned cabin with chequer plate flooring, heating and lighting
- Simply accessible hydraulic controls for rapid machine set-up
- Emergency stops and pull cords in cabin for immediate machine shut down
- Walkways with ladders for cabin and service access
- 6 Large windows provide vast quantities of natural light to the picking area
- Engine bay access from ground level for daily maintenance checks
- Robust steel construction with highly durable coating
- Easily transported via a low loader
- Can be used in a wide range of applications
How it Works:
Stage 1: Material is fed into the inlet chute of the machine via a conveyor.
Stage 2: As the material falls through inlet chute, it is subject to a blast of air from an air-knife, which blows any lightweight material, or ‘lights’ out of the waste stream. The ‘lights’ are then blown through an outlet chute, where they can be collected.
Stage 3: Following the air-knife, the material falls onto the main picking conveyor belt, and passes into the cabin.
Stage 4: The cabin has 2 bays and 4 discharge points, each of which has an assigned operator. Each operator is designated a particular waste type to look out for. As the material passes through the cabin, they look out for any of their designated material in the waste stream, and as they see it, they’ll remove it by hand and deposit it into their respective discharge chute, thus separating it from the waste stream.
Stage 5: As the material moves out of the cabin, it passes under a vacuum head. Any ‘lights’ still in the material stream get sucked up through the vacuum head, getting blown out to the side of the machine through a hose, where it can be collected.
Stage 6: After the vacuum head, the remaining material falls onto the discharge conveyor, where it passes under an overband magnet. The magnet attracts any ferrous metal to it, pulling it up and out of the waste stream, discharging it to the side.
Stage 7: Any remaining material on the belt will be deposited out the end of the discharge conveyor, where it can be collected or processed further.
- Offers all-encompassing platform for on-site material separation
- Unrivalled mobility with minimal setup for fast operation
- Easily transported for materials processing across numerous sites
- Outstanding separation of numerous waste types from material streams
- Recover up to 7 different material types in one pass
- Improves quality of processed materials produced
- Higher rates of recycling and larger volumes of extracted material
- Can remove materials that can be sold to create new revenue streams
- Reduce amount of waste destined for landfill, lowering disposal costs
- Weatherproof cabin providing comfortable, safe working environment
- Wide picking belt for optimum waste sorting
- Variable settings to suit a wide range of applications
- High throughput and low operating costs with minimal maintenance
- Exceptional safety with easily accessible emergency stops from any location
- Construction & Demolition Waste (C&D)
- Commercial & Industrial Waste (C&I)
- Household Waste Processing
- Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Production
- Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) Production
- Skip Waste Processing
- Plastics Recycling
- Paper & Cardboard Recycling
- Scrap Metal Recycling
- Electronic & Electrical Waste (WEEE) Recycling
- Organic & Green Waste Processing
- Aggregate Recycling
- Landfill Mining & Reclamation
- Wood Recycling & Biomass Production