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Unit Operation is a simple and easy process!
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From the Truck Driver's perspective, it's five easy steps...
 
Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 1 - Position the Truck   Step 1...
The Driver Positions the Truck

The process begins when a Driver backs their truck up against the large and sturdy backstop of the Concrete Reclaimer Unit.

This places the truck in the perfect position for easy discharge of waste concrete with the concrete truck's fold-back chute.
 
Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 2 - Position the Chute and Overhead Water Hose   Step 2...
The Driver Positions the Fold-Back Chute and Overhead Water Hose

The process continues when the Driver swings the fold-back chute into position, and lowers it to a point just above the Concrete Reclaimer Unit's Discharge Hopper.

The Driver can then swing the Concrete Reclaimer Unit's Overhead Water Hose into the concrete truck's charging hopper.
 
Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 3 - Press the Start Button   Step 3...
The Driver Presses
the Start Button


The Driver then presses the start button to activate the Concrete Reclaimer Unit.

Within 15 Seconds, the Concrete Reclaimer Unit will activate the Blast Pump.

The Concrete Reclaimer Unit's Green Light will then illuminate to indicate that the Driver can begin discharging the waste concrete.
 

Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 4 - Add Water to the Truck's Mixing Drum

  Step 4...
The Driver Adds Water to the Truck's Concrete Mixing Drum

The Driver then uses the spring loaded valve on the Concrete Reclaimer Unit's Overhead Water Hose feed pipe to dilute the waste concrete in their mixing drum, just prior to discharge.

The Concrete Reclaimer Unit can then supply as much water as needed to complete the drum flushing process.
 

Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 5 - Discharge Waste Concrete and Flush Drum

  Step 5...
The Driver Discharges Waste Concrete and Flushes the Drum

The Driver then dumps waste concrete into the Concrete Reclaimer Unit's Discharge Hopper, and flushes the truck's mixing drum until it's clean.

The Driver can dump concrete at a rate of up to one yard per minute while monitoring the process to ensure he does not overfill the Discharge Hopper.
 
The Unit then takes over the concrete reclaiming process...
 

Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 6 - The Slurry is pumped to the Aggregate Classifier

  Step 6...
The Concrete Slurry
is pumped to the Aggregate Classifier
and Sand Extraction Conveyor


The Concrete Reclaimer Unit then takes control by pumping diluted concrete to the Aggregate Classifier.

Within moments, clean aggregate is reclaimed on the other side.

Sand then settles in the holding tank below; it is then slowly moved up the conveyor, and discharged in a dry, dewatered form.
 

Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 7 - Aggregate and Sand are Reclaimed

  Step 7...
Gravel and Sand are reclaimed separately

The Concrete Reclaimer Unit continues the process by reclaiming gravel and sand into separate and easily recovered piles.

Within as little as one year of steady use, the value of reclaimed material will amount to more than the Concrete Reclaimer Unit's modest cost, making it a truly worthwhile investment!
 

Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 8 - Process Water and Concrete Sediments are pumped to the Settling Tanks

  Step 8...
Waste Water and Cement Sediments are pumped to the Settling Tanks

The Concrete Reclaimer Unit then pumps the process water and cement sediments from the Reclaiming Unit to one of the two Settling Tanks.

The process is completely automatic, and cycles from time to time, to keep the Concrete Reclaimer Unit ready for use and functioning at peek efficiency.
 

Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 9 - Clarified Water is returned to the Reclaimer Unit

  Step 9...
Clarified Water is recycled for use by the Concrete Reclaimer Unit

The Reclaimer Unit's blast pump then draws water from the selected Settling Tank.

The pump feeds diluting jets in the Discharge Hopper, the Overhead Water Hose, and a cleaning jet in the Sand Reclaiming Conveyor.

The Concrete Reclaimer Unit's recycling process then begins again at Step 1.
 

Concrete Recycling Equipment, Concrete Recycling & Concrete Recyclers Step 10 - The Settling Tanks are Periodically Cleaned

  Step 10...
Cement Sediments are reclaimed from the Settling Tanks

After an extended period of time, cement sediments will build up to a level that justifies reclamation.

The Concrete Reclaimer Unit's Settling Tanks can then be switched over, so cement sediments in the full tank can be emptied easily while cement sediment collection continues in the other Settling Tank.

The diluted cement sediments can then be recycled with crushed concrete to recover every last element of your waste concrete!
 
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Concrete Reclaimers, Incorporated
4725 Lawndale - La Marque, Texas 77568 - U.S.A.
Phone: (409) 938-8800 Fax: (409) 938-8802
Business Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST, Monday-Friday
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