What is cryogenic separation and why is it used?
Cryogenic separation allows different materials to be separated through cryogenic technology. It is performed on different metals and plastics to separate and recover the supports or waste materials and then reuse them.
What are the main cryogenic separation processes?
The cryogenic separation processes are called differently depending on the material on which they are activated.
Cryogenic splastication : allows the recovery of waste products for reuse. It applies to technical items for cars, electric cables, ski boots, sports items in general, buckles and safety belts, gaskets and much more.
Cryogenic degumming : allows the recovery of waste products for reuse. Applies to anti-vibration mounts, cushion tires, offset printing rollers, tank tracks, gaskets, rings and much more.
Plastic removal : it is applied to the tools of the galvanic industry. It allows to remove through cryogenic technology the elastomer and PVC coating from galvanic frames and other artifacts. For example pumps, tanks, hoppers, mills, cyclones, nets, baskets, wheels, cups, rollers, impellers etc.
Tank stripping: removal of the internal anti-wear coating of the tank for maintenance or restoration of the same. The separation of the elastomer and polyurethane coating is also applied to vibratory finishing tumblers and other artifacts.
What are the benefits of cryogenic separation?
We guarantee that our process will not alter the shape or the structure of the support.
The cryogenic separation method with liquid nitrogen as a removal agent is particularly important from the point of view of environmental protection and waste disposal as it is environmentally friendly and eliminates disposal problems.