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CP's Lightsout air drum separator ideal for separation of light materials from glass

Robust low-maintenance solution designed to clean mixed broken glass generated from MRFs

CP's Lightsout air drum separator ideal for separation of light materials from glass

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6795 Calle de Linea
San Diego, CA
US, 92154

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thecpgrp.com

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Lightweight materials and contaminants can be challenging to separate from 2-inch minus glass. To solve this problem, CP Group has developed the LightsOut Air Drum Separator, a robust low-maintenance solution designed to clean mixed broken glass generated from MRFs. 

The LightsOut Air Drum Separator is a turnkey system designed to deliver maximum separation efficiency when processing high volumes of material. Systems ship ready to plug and play and there is no bag house or cyclone required.  

According to CP, LightsOut will separate light material such as film, fibre and grit from glass, and it can be used in C&D applications to separate light commodities from heavier materials. Additionally, there are no wear surfaces, the unit's separation chamber has no blockage points, and the machine is easy to tune and adjust. It is also quiet and runs with no vibration. 

Three LightsOut models are available with infeed widths ranging from 24 to 60 inches, maximum material sizes from 4 to 18 inches, and with throughput up to 30 tph. 

"CP Group has pioneered technology in the recycling industry for over 40 years. Our focus has always been, and continues to be, on the success of our customers," says Ashley Davis, Director of Sales for CP Group. "As owners and operators of a MRF, we have unique insights that help us build the best equipment for our customers. The Lights- Out Air Drum Separator separates lightweight materials and contaminants from other valuable commodities. It requires no regular maintenance, doesn't jam and has no wear parts. The result for our customers is a lower operating cost per ton."