Tire screening and separation for tire grinders

Tires screening and recycling, for a new trip

Top efficiency and yield for tire recycling machines

The use of the Ecostar dynamic disc screen for screening scrap and discarded tires has the exclusive advantage of minimizing wear and the maintenance costs on the secondary crusher by engaging it only with previously screened material of a larger size.

Hextra in action with shredded tires

The importance of the screening and recycling process for waste tires

Discarded tires can be recycled and put back on the market in various sectors: from sports to construction and asphalt; or they can be used in the energy industry. Each of these businesses needs a product with well-defined sizes, which is why using a three-fraction screening technology can increase the productivity and the material quality. Ecostar screening solutions for discarded tires are equipped with the patented anti-clogging technology DDS, Dynamic Disc Screening, which is very effective with the metal parts in tires that often block the traditional screening solutions. DDS also ensures low energy consumption and reduced cleaning. This allows the machines to operate more efficiently and longer.

The advantages of Ecostar solutions for scrap tires

Ecostar screening solutions reduce wear on the secondary shredder resulting in savings for the operator. Furthermore, they provide for greater yield, less clogging thanks to the patented Ecostar technology, and lower maintenance costs compared to traditional screeners. Finally, with the help of the inverter, the operator can vary the speed of the discs and thus change the size of the final material by +- 30%.

from 5 to 25 t/h
10, 20, 30, 50, 80, 100mm
With wet materials

The best technology for discarded tire screening

DDS (Dynamic Disc Screening) is Ecostar’s patented technology particularly efficient for discarded tire processing.

The efficiency of DDS technology ensures low maintenance costs, more efficient use of space and ancillary structures, and a reduction in energy consumption.

DDS, patented technology for disc screens


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