In the case of traditional waste-management technologies, valuable components are selected from the waste, while the remainder is buried in landfills.  With SYLROCK, a new patented technology, however, that very land fill is recyclable. 

The SYLROCK method works like this: A worker separates larger pieces of metal, concrete, glass, etc., from the garbage, and the remainder goes directly into the SYLROCK machine.  The SYLROCK machine consists of two container-sized elements: In phase one, the garbage is dried and conditioned, and after tempering, the material is exposed to intense mechanical blending in phase two. After phase two, the former trash has the consistency of bread dough.   This soft material is then put into the moulding-machine.

The essence of this patented invention is the special SYLROCK GARBAGE RECYCLING MACHINE, which can process both household and industrial waste, such as remains of food, cans, plastic bottles, foils. These materials are melted within the machine at a high temperature.  Using the SYLROCK technology, materials degrade to a molecular level from which they will then be reformed into an incredibly resilient new material called SYLROCK.  SYLROCK  has extraordinarily high weight- and force-bearing power, resisting water, acid- and alkali- solutions. The material is compressed into 2.5 cm thick (approx. 1 inch) boards, with a weight of 25 kg.  

During manufacturing, it is possible to contribute different types of additives to the garbage, to modify the appearance, density, specific weight and other characteristics of the product (such as a durable, skid-free surface).  A variety of products, suitable for different applications (mainly construction) can be formed this way.

The SYLROCK machine is driven by a 20KW electromotor or a diesel engine, without electricity. The machine is fuelled by waste-wood. No detrimental material is released during processing and no poisonous gases are emitted during heating either.  

SYLROCK is able to process and recycle almost all kinds of waste materials generated by a consumer society.  Essential from a sustainability standpoint, as household waste management, transport and storage issues are exploding, given that only a small fraction of all waste is recycled. 

Degradation of plastic within the soil takes approximately 400 years. Our machine – among other things – is able to process remains of packaging materials, such as bags, plastic cups from yogurt, bottles of soft drinks, containers from cosmetics or cleaning agents, agricultural foils, plastic stationeries, or even worn-out shoes.   During processing, moisture content is lost, while dry matters embed into the basic plastic material, establishing bonds at a molecular level, completely integrated and homogeneously built.





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Assignment #1

posted Mar 19, 2012, 9:34 AM by Mihaly Szilvassy

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