Press Release Summary:
With screening panel set inside leak-proof, bulk plastic container, Model MRS-30 automatically screens out and captures solid particles while allowing liquids to safely pass through and accumulate in container bottom. When filled to its 30-gal capacity, self-contained unit may be drained to allow liquids to be reprocessed and reused on-site while solids may be sold as highly marketable scrap.Â Recycling system is forkliftable without pallet and stands on 44 x 44 in.Â footprint.
Original Press Release:
New MRS-30 Material Recovery Station Automatically Separates Liquids from Solids to Promote Reuse, Recycling
System Integrates with Existing Fluid Recycling Systems
Ashtabula, OH – Recycling product manufacturer MODRoto, Ashtabula, Ohio (www.MODRoto.com), has unveiled the MRS-30 model Material Recovery Station. Designed to automatically separate liquids from solids within a single, self-contained unit, the MRS-30 Material Recovery Station features a proprietary screening panel set inside a leak-proof, bulk plastic container to screen out and capture solid particles and allow liquids to safely pass through and accumulate in the container bottom. When filled to its 30-gallon capacity, the MRS-30 Material Recovery Station may be drained to allow the liquids to be reprocessed and reused on-site while the solids may be sold as highly marketable scrap.
Suitable as a stand-alone system or integrated within existing fluid recycling systems, the MRS-30 Material Recovery Station effectively separates and collects metal waste chips, ceramics, plastics, rubber, swarf and other materials from spent cutting fluids and other liquids. The recycling system is forkliftable without a pallet and stands on a 44-inch x 44-inch footprint. The container color, screen hole diameter and addition of tracking numbers and graphics are among the custom options available.
For more information, contact Jack Smylie, 4920 State Road, Ashtabula, OH, 44004; 1-800-829-4535; FAX 812.273.1878; email@example.com or see www.MODRoto.com.