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SEPARATION SYSTEMS

CONSEP ®
Concrete Reclaimers

Manufactured by RONCUZZI®
Specially designed for use in concrete plants, CONSEP® is highly

®
Concrete Reclaimers
SEPARATION SYSTEMS
efficient, reliable and innovative.

CONSEP By reclaiming sand and aggregates from residue concrete washed


out from truck mixers or concrete pumps returning from job sites,
CONSEP® perfectly meets the requirements of environmental di-
rectives which concrete manufacturers now have to comply with.
In particular, those directives concern:

• Environmental impact;
• Prevention of pollution;
• Re-introduction of waste water into production of ready-mixed
concrete;
• Recycling of reclaimed aggregates to be reused in concrete
production.

Solids Outlet Liquid Outlet Concrete Inlet

Aggregate Material Liquid Phase


Reclaiming of aggregates (gravel and sand) Recycling of water containing
with no less than 0.2mm particle size. cement water and lime particles.
Washing of aggregates.

Reuse in the regular production cycle


4 solutions for tip-top efficiency

Maximum number of truck mixers per hour 16


Maximum recycling capacity per truck mixer (m3 of diluted concrete) 1
Operating time (hours per day) 24
Simultaneous unloading stations 4
Ribbon Screw Trough

Benefits
Use of innovative, modular
SINT® components
• Energy-saving thanks to fast
operating cycles
• Small quantity of water used for
washing
• Simple, quick maintenance
• Top performance in terms of
non-stick properties and resist-
ance to abrasion
• Excellent separation and
washing of aggregates
• Fully automatic control of flow
rate when unloading concrete into
the Reclaimer

Lower Bearing
Batch Hopper Accessibility

Benefits
Use of the feeder

• Up to 4 vehicles can be unload-


ed at the same time
• Lower costs due to shorter
waiting time for washing and
removal of residue concrete
from the vehicles
• Energy-saving since the sys-
tem works for a shorter time at
the maximum flow rate
• High recycling capacity
• Highly efficient solids-liquid
separating action thanks to the
large amount of water present
• Large capacity for settling
and extracting of fines

Power Transmission
Economic Convenience Analysis
160
WAM® Comp. No.1: Screw Comp. No.2: Drum
140

Cost of WAM® system = 100)


Competitor 2
120
Cumulative Cost
100

Competitor 1
Model S 80

60

40
WAM® system

20
Comparison between 1 2 3 4 Cumulative Cost 5
cumulative costs of Years
competitive systems 300
PERIOD OF 5 YEARS Competitor 2
Cumulative cost (5 years)

250

200 + 168%
Competitor 1
150
WAM® system + 61%
100

50

0
1 2 3

Model S Model L Model T


Economic Convenience Analysis
110
WAM® Comp. No.1: Screw Comp. No.2: Drum
100
Competitor 2
Cost of WAM® system = 100)

90
Competitor 1
80

70
Cumulative Cost
60
Model L
50

40
WAM® system
30

20
1 2 3 4 Cumulative Cost 5
Comparison between
Years cumulative costs of
competitive systems
250 PERIOD OF 5 YEARS
Cumulative cost (5 years)

Competitor 2
200
Competitor 1 + 101%
150

WAM® system + 55%


100

50

0
1 2 3

110,00
WAM® mod. S WAM® mod. L WAM® mod. T
100,00
Mod. S
90,00
Cost of WAM® system = 100)

80,00
Mod. L
70,00

60,00
Cumulative Cost Comparison
50,00
between models
40,00
Mod. T S-L-T
30,00

20,00

10,00
1 2 3 4 5
Years Cumulative Cost
Applications

For more details, visit our website


www.wamgroup.com

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