According to Seda Umwelttechnik it will be one of the biggest Live demonstration events of a whole car-recycling process at a trade show. The event will proceed on the open air side, within 3.586 m², 4 times a day. It will be a great opportunity for the expert audience, as well as the interested visitors to see a professional and efficient process in the range of car-recycling. It places the highest emphasis on environmental protection and work safety. The demonstrations will be held daily at 10:30, 12:30, 14:30 and 16:30.
According to Seda the process will be divided into different stations. The stations cover ideal and compact storage possibilities of ELVs, which apply on the EU-rules. Furthermore, is a thoughtful preparation essentially for an efficient scrapping procedure. For that reason sophisticated software is needed, which all spare parts in good condition will be defined, categorized and marked. Finally, the parts can be released for sale, and launched online in an easy way if requested.
On the subsequent station the battery will be removed, the tyres demounted and all pyrotechnic safety facilities (airbag, belt tensioners) released. Thereafter, the ELV will be forwarded fork-lift free, with a trolley to the drainage station. Over there, all fluids like petrol, diesel, waste oil, brake fluid, etc. will be drawn off restless and sorted, environmentally-friendly and EX-protected. After the drainage station, the ELV comes to the dismantling station. The All-in-One Solution offers a gorgeous condition for a efficient operation. A tilting lift enables ergonomic work on the ELV. The installation is fully loaded with extra features, therefore, all devices can be reached instantly within extraordinarily safe time.
The scrapping operation will be completed with the further processing of each material, as well as with the compression of the car body. The demonstrations take place daily from 14. – 18. May 2018 on the open air side FGL.812/21 at the Trade Show Centre Munich. Be inspired by innovative ideas and find out through a personal conversation, with SEDA or the BDSV about legislative changes and developments.