Air Belt Separators
The Air Belt Separator separates the input material using wind sifting into a light and heavy fraction. Due to special construction an extremely high yield of lightweight material is gained from the input material.
The material passes an air nozzle in free fall with the airstream separating the light-weight components and blowing them into the settling chamber. The heavy materials fall down in the transfer area onto a heavy material outfeed belt beneath the air belt separator. The light-weight materials are initially blown by the air stream into the expansion chamber. In the calm air the light-weight materials can settle and are discharged on the light-weight material outfeed belt.
The separator functions in a recirculating air mode, while the fan takes its exhaust air from the expansion space. The separated dust is fed to the light-weight fraction.