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Scrap, Trim and Waste Extraction

Wherever an industrial process produces waste, we can design systems to capture and remove it. The waste will then simply be taken away to be recycled or disposed of. Our expertise in this process is trusted for many different medias and industries such as food and beverage, paper, corrugated card or packaging and containers. Efficient industrial waste extraction in the workplace is critical to the safety of your working environment, and with over 100 years of combined engineering expertise behind us, we’re the ones to call.

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integratedAIR Systems has been supplying trim and waste extraction systems worldwide for almost 20 years, working alongside and being the trusted company of choice for businesses such as Ball Packaging, Crown Packaging, Ardagh Group, Trivium Packaging, De La Rue, DS Smith and many more. We would love to be yours!

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Industrial waste extraction

How do Trim and Waste Removal Systems Work?

A typical waste removal system uses extraction points strategically positioned near key waste-generating areas of your production process. Each extraction point is connected to a main header system, which leads back to waste-handling fans. These fans create the correct volume, pressure and conveying velocity within the system to keep the trim waste constantly moving, enabling the waste removal system to rapidly remove the material right from the source.

What is a typical Process?

The stages to a typical waste extraction system, such as in the can-making industry working with aluminium, steel and tin are as follows:

CAPTURE

Strategically-placed extraction points are positioned near key waste-generating areas of the production process.

CONVEY

Waste is transported through the extraction points into a main header system, leading to waste-handling fans.

PROCESS

The fans keep the trim waste constantly moving throughout the system by creating the correct volume, pressure and conveying velocity to enable a rapid removal of material right from the source.

RECYCLE

The scrap is then ready to be removed or recycled – the removal point (typically a baler or compactor) is positioned within the facility for quick and efficient access for removal or transport.

Scrap and trim removal systems

What are the Applications of Scrap and Trim Removal Systems?

Our waste removal systems are being used across a wide range of industries and applications, including but not limited to:
Corrugated trim extraction
Steel trim extraction
General paper edge trim extraction and removal
Aluminium beverage/drink can waste extraction
Carton board packaging excess
Newspaper and magazine printing
Printer trim
Toilet rolls and paper towel products
Food packaging and other foil or film products
Carpet and textile waste

What Are the Benefits of Tailored Waste and Trim Extraction Systems?

Waste extraction is a primary necessity in all industries where it is produced – not only saving you time and money, but equally benefitting your employees and workspace:
Increases efficiency
Improves profitability
Reduces labour costs
Creates one centralised waste collection area
Reduces the cost of multiple pieces of extraction equipment
Ensures clean working environments
Encourages better recycling standards

Tailored waste extraction systems

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