Gensco has introduced what the company is calling the most advanced compact wire and cable recycling system in the world: the Guidetti SINCRO MILL.
Now available in North America through Gensco Equipment, based out of Toronto, the SINCRO MILL wire and cable recycling system, from Italy-based manufacturer Guidetti, was designed for small to large recyclers. These small-footprint machines are engineered to allow for the simultaneous processing of rigid to small fine cable and wire without the need of pre-selection or pre-sorting, other than grade or scrap specification.
In addition, according to Gensco, with a preshredder placed before it, the Guidetti Sincro Mill is a fully integrated system that includes a high-speed primary granulator, a zig-zag separator to remove heavies, a secondary Turbo refining mill and a vibratory air separation table. Thick metal coming from plugs, connectors, rigid wires, etc., are removed by way of the zig-zag separator, while thin shredded cable is further reduced in the refining mill, improving quality of separation and reducing loss of fine metal or shavings in tailings. Clean chop (end product) leaves the machine in one direction, in which lighter waste is moved away from the machine by way of an adjustable air control sifting system.
Plus, light dirt and waste is extracted by a self-standing dust collector connected to the plant, and an optional radiator bypass and/or aspiration system can be added to recover fine metals.