Environmental News

Posted by Cromar Ltd

Environmental News

We are now able to offer the supply of Briquetting machines suitable for handling Aluminium swarf produced from either turning/machining operations.

  • Profits from the sale of compacted swarf, increase income from scrap by converting chips to briquettes.
  • 90-95% of coolant residue extracted from swarf.
  • Massive reductions in storage of Aluminium swarf.
  • Can be managed in a dedicated area within the building, not exposing Aluminium to the elements.
  • Reduce labour and material handling expenses by reducing scrap volume.
  • Reduce potential environmental liabilities for hazardous waste disposal.
  • Profit from the sale of pressed cuts and chips (briquettes).
  • Decrease in material losses when melting the briquettes instead of chips.
  • Recovering a significant amount of cutting fluid.
  • Decrease in transport and storage charges by reduction of the volume of chips.