What is auto recycling?
Auto recycling is one way to protect our ecological system and to also gain material profit. Firstly, auto salvage materials need to be separated. You should be able to separate the wheels from plastics, batteries and oils and liquids. The car body and engine parts would need to go to a metal scrapper. The batteries, bumpers and plastic parts would go to chemical and plastic recyclers. The windows would go to the glass works and the tires to the rubber industry. Auto recycling equipment For auto recycling, crushers need to be automatic and have remote and radio control. You will need to check if your equipment is one-man operated and road legal. Check for automotive sales. A variety of auto recycling equipment can be seen at Environ-group sales of crushers, loaders, shedders with their own features. It is important to know if your car crusher will crush your junk to a minute cube or a fat slab. If your auto recycling equipment is a baler crusher it will crush or flatten equipment into bale or logs. Find out if your machine is stationary or portable. If it is stationary, once it is set up in your location it cannot be moved so that you will have to take the salvage auto to this location. If it is portable it can be loaded onto a vehicle and taken to other junk yards. Check to ensure what kind of material the auto crusher is made of. This should be hard steel. Older models of auto crushers may cost less than newer models. Newer models may have introduced magnetic environments and have the equipment computerized to separate the different materials of the auto. You will also need to check for how much noise the auto recycling equipment makes. Auto shredders may be able to separate the end product of shredding into ferrous metal, nonmetal copper and plastic and dirt waste. The equipment you choose may be multifunctional. Research your product to see if there is wood waste, or a chance for demolition soil recycling. Check for complete systems. Ensure that the equipment drains fluids from vehicles, crushing and scrapping vehicle bodies, and recovering and recycling parts and vehicle fluids. Information specific to body repair or maintenance should also be asked about. Economical Benefits The purpose of auto recycling equipment is primarily for the purpose of metal recovery. Your equipment should produce maximum recovery for ferrous lead, aluminum and brass. The key is for your machine to remove these metals that may be attached to plastic and rubber material so as to maximize your profit.