Video - BIBKO Concrete Reclaimer Part 2 of 2-the water end of the system, 100% closed loop recycling


Videa Liebherr Recycling plants BIBKO Concrete Reclaimer Part 2 of 2-the water end of the system, 100% closed loop recycling



BIBKO Concrete Reclaimer Part 2 of 2-the water end of the system, 100% closed loop recycling

One thing that's unique about the BIBKO is that the amount of concrete being fed into the machine is controlled by the size of the opening. There's no motor to stall or any of that issue. It is controlled strictly by the opening size of the opening going in. One of the unique things about the BIBKO is that the machine sits at grade, the hopper sits at the appropriate position so there are no ramps required. Here's an example where the truck is washing out at the BIBKO, but at the same time he's washing off his barrel and his loading hopper. That water, again, is captured in the boat ramp where it can be pumped over and reused. This water is pumped over into the clear water pit, because most of your solids settle on the bottom where they're easily mucked out with the boat ramp and then can be processed back through the BIBKO. A unique thing about the BIBKO auger is that it is in a urethane blanket. It is not a steel flighting in a steel chamber, therefore we can maintain much tighter tolerances and remove more sand fines, aggregate fines from the washed out concrete. There's a jack shaft that the screw is mounted on and a bearing mounted within the shaft itself of the auger so that the bearing is in all cases above any moist or wet solution that is in the machine. Take a look at this material that is discharged by the BIBKO. One of the things that I think is key is that fact that there is not a trace of cement fines. This material is clean as a whistle. Another thing is ...

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