The TBRF is a pyro-metallurgical furnace which has many applications.
This technology was initially adopted by the Copper and Nickel industry, and is now a mainstream technology for the recovery, upgrade and refinement of Precious Metals and is used widely for:
The milling operations are a step in the recycle process, subsequent to the incineration process, in which the resulting materials are crushed to a fine powder.
The subsequent step of e-waste recycling is refining. Refining of resources in e-waste is possible and technical solutions exist to ...
The smelting process is used to separate precious metals (PM) and base metals (BM) from inert material residues from the incineration process.
Incineration is the process of destroying waste through burning. Because of the variety of substances found in e-waste, incineration can be associated with a major risk of generating and dispersing contaminants ...
Mechanical processing is the first step in e-waste treatment, normally an industrial large scale operation to obtain concentrates of recyclable materials in a dedicated fraction and also to further separate hazardous materials.