Built to de-package medium-sized packaged materials
The TS2096 was introduced in 1994 to meet the requirements of a manufacturer who needed to de-package materials packed in multipack boxes which were too large for the TS1696.
Due to the restrictions put in place in 2001 after the UK foot-and-mouth outbreak, several TS2096 systems were installed to de-package mixed supermarket food waste, allowing the contents to be composted or, for materials that contain no animal by-products, used as animal feed.
|Motor power||22 kW|
|Throughput||5,000 kg/h (material-dependent)|
|Typical materials||Kitchen food waste, vegetables, beans, cigarettes, deodorants, processed meats, soups, beverages, coleslaw, detergents, pasta, potato chips, snack foods, sugar, biscuits, coffee, gravy granules, pet foods, powdered milk, tea, baby foods, cosmetics, flavourings, household products, water, pharmaceuticals, juices, cereals, custard, sauces, flour, yoghurt, soap power, shampoo, oil, paint, plasterboard and many more…|
|Typical packaging||Tin cans, plastic bottles, soft packaging, aluminium cans, sachets, pouches, polymer bags, paper bags, boxed products, Tetra Paks, plastic containers, trays, blister packs, tubes, cartons, plastic jars, cardboard containers, tea bags|