A brief overview of the process
The waste stabilisation principle is based on a heterogeneous assembly of agglomerated waste using a hydraulic binder.
The hazardous waste is conditioned by compacting and then placed into a package (drums: plastic, metal and concrete) or deposited into stabilisation cells. A concrete block confines the waste in the package; after a period of drying, a biological seal completes the package.
This method enables the coating of incinerated waste such as clinkers ashes, smelter dust and aggregates. The coating is produced from waste, a binder (Portland or alumina), water and chemical additives.
- Compression resistance (10 to 60 MPa)
- Full automation of the process
- Monitoring via a touch tablet
- Traceability of information and events on a database
- Packaging: Big-bag, metallic drums, stabilisation cell …
- Flow: 8 to 20 T/h
- Total power: 50 KW – 400 v tri
- Control: 2 operators