Conditioning of the waste textile material lays the foundation for the subsequent textile recycling process steps, regardless of whether they are based on mechanical, chemical, combined or any other customer-specific form of treatment.
Numerous parameters influencing the choice of technology include the type and origin (input material) of the waste, feeding technique, particle size required, cleanliness, impurities such as zippers and ornaments, capacity, and all the needs of downstream processing.
ANDRITZ Recycling offers single equipment and complete conditioning systems comprising the following process steps: material feeding, shredding, conveying, separation, fine grinding, and storage of the finally conditioned material.
Different types of ADuro shredders form the technological centerpiece of the system. Our systems are capable of managing volumes of up to 200 t/d and are consistently developed on the basis of trials conducted in the ANDRITZ Recycling Technology Center near Graz, Austria.