ElectraTherm announced recently that it has expanded the range of power output of its Series 4000 Green Machine generators by 15kW, now offering customers between 30 to 65kW of fuel-free, emission-free power from waste heat. The increased output stems from more than a year of internal product development and testing while monitoring existing fleet performance and operability.
ElectraTherm’s technology captures low-grade waste heat using the Organic Rankine Cycle to generate clean energy. The Series 4000 Green Machine is more robust, easier to maintain, carries a NEMA 3R outdoor rating and incorporates fully automated controls with remote access capabilities via internet connection. The unit’s range of power can be generated from various low to mid-temperature heat sources, reciprocating engines, biomass boilers, geothermal, solar thermal and industrial processes.
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Single-Ram and II-Ram High-Capacity Balers
At Machinex, we've been designing sorting systems for over 35 years, so we know how essential it is for MRF operators to have a baler they can trust and not worry about its operational reliability. This is why we design and manufacture reliable single-ram and II-ram high-capacity balers to specifically help optimize their operations.
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For C&D recyclers, waste haulers, demolition contractors and landfills, there is a growing opportunity to profit from rethinking processes. Although every operation is different, by streamlining the front end of the C&D operation processes with purpose-built technologies, recyclers can tap into new end markets, accommodate higher material volumes, stay ahead of regulatory restrictions, increase recovery rates and add commodity revenue, while decreasing labor and other costs.
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