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Separation by static electricity

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Separation by static electricity

06/04/2017 at 15:02

Hi everyone,
In a quest to find the best sorting methods I made multiple post on different ways of separating plastics.
In this post I will explain separation by static electricity.

Another industrial way of separation is static separation. With this method a sample of plastic is dropped between 2 static charged plates, and the amount of static energy the sample absorbs determines the type of plastic
+ relatively simple principle
– High voltages

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Profile gravatar of mattia
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13/04/2017 at 16:06

Interesting.
Ready for a test?

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Profile gravatar of Truong Dong
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21/04/2017 at 12:04

Seem to be a interesting method but the starter like me need more in detail. After read this topic, i have some inquiries:
– Which kind of plastic will be affected by anot, catot?
– How to make electric plate? How much voltage? How is it work?
Thanks

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Profile gravatar of Jaime
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01/06/2017 at 22:39

Something like this?

the hole point i find it quite important, in order to get results, will be nice to have industrial amount of processing plastic in order to maximize the benefics, no only economical…

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