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Car Part 



Whenever metal is involved, the ANDRITZ MeWa technology can prove its strengths. Especially components from end-of-life cars contain a variety of valuable raw materials for which ANDRITZ MeWa has developed pioneering solutions. 

oil filters, shredder light fraction, catalytic converters, engine blocks, aluminum rims, etc.

Replaced oil filters from cars and trucks are classified as special waste worldwide. However, they consist of some 60% metals (mainly iron). The oil makes up around 20% of the material mixture. The actual paper filter, rubber sleeves, and other plastic parts make up the remainder.

ANDRITZ MeWa implemented the first oil filter recycling plant in Europe back in 1995. This cutting-edge technology is now found worldwide.

A wide range of valuable raw materials can be found in the components of scrap cars. Obtaining the precious metals from catalytic converters, the aluminum from wheel rims and engines, or the steel springs from seats – ANDRITZ MeWa recycling technology offers the right solution for any situation.

 




Output

•Oil
•Iron
•Non-ferrous metals
•Paper
•Rubber
•Plastics





Input

Pre-treatment

Clean metal after # 1 process

High valuable materials after # 1 process

High valuable materials after # 2 process