Non-Organic Briquettes

Aluminum
Due to its high smelting yield greater than 96%, briquetted aluminum is an ideal material for economical recycling, giving particularly high additional value to the material.

Reductions of volume up to 20:1 lead to big savings in haulage, handling and storage costs, and the retrieved coolant lubricants can be returned to the production process without any additional treatment, again leading to considerable yearly savings.


Grinding Chips
Because of their varied consistency, grinding chips are one of the most difficult materials. With very few exceptions, almost any grinding chips can be briquetted and with Ruf’s technology, it is possible to reclaim the maximum volume of grinding oils and emulsions. The pressed out coolant lubricant can be reurned to the production process without any additional treatment.


Steel and Cast iron
Steel and cast iron, as a recycled material in a briquetted shape, can be treated like a solid scrap. This internal recycling process allows considerable cost savings and also adds high value as a secondary raw material for export. The pressed out coolant lubricant can be reurned to the production process without any additional treatment.


Dust
The aluminum and steel industries, as well as foundries, will accept production waste in dust form, only under stringent conditions. Thus in many cases the efficient briquetting of dust is a precondition for recycling which can lead to an increase in value.

  Briquetting Aluminum with Ruf Briquette Press

PDF: Chips Versus briquettes: How the aluminium industry can effectively and efficiently recycle scrap

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