The team have recently installed a JOEST Double Deck Screen, called a TOPCILLA, at a metal recycling facility near Edinburgh. This particular screen has a top deck with a long particle separator and a flip flow on the bottom deck. With this particular set up the wires are separated on the top deck and the screening happens on the bottom.
This recycling facility has now bought another screen to help process waste. This is a small Flip Flow screen that will allow them to reduce the landfill costs of their smaller material.
The TOPCILLA has been delivered and installed into its final place, awaiting the rest of the structure to be completed around it.
JOEST have recently celebrated 100 years. JOEST started out as a simple repair shop for explosion resistant electric motors, such as those used in the mining industry. In the 50s, JOEST delivered the first machines that used vibratory motors. A milestone that turned out to be significant for the company’s future. This way, the company from Dülmen made themselves independent from mining and opened themselves up to numerous other industries. The company is now thriving with over 750 employees in 5 countries.
If your recycling facility could benefit from JOEST screening equipment, contact us to find out more.