Insmart cross belt samplers for AFR are most suitable for highly abrasive material sampling and it is specially designed to sample materials like: Paint sludge, Pharma waste, Spent carbon, Rice husk, Pulps, Bagasse, Non-sewage municipal waste, Chemical sludge, ETP sludge, Seeds, Brake shoe liners, Bio-degradables & non bio-degradables…
As cement plants start using alternative fuels. They make new stocks ready for calciner / kiln firing. Given the heterogeneity of alternate fuels there is a constant need to inspect quality of AFR composites by assessing calorific values, moisture content, volatile matter, ash content, metallic aluminium, determination of H, C and N content etc. This can be effectively completed only by taking representative samples at periodic intervals.
Insmart has socially designed cross belt clean radial sweep system for residues, wastes (MSW) or biomass in semi liquid, pasty or solid form.
A. Representative sample collection
B. De-moisturizing collected samples
C. Shredding the sample material upto -3mm size
The Automated Sample Collection system for residues, wastes or biomasses in liquid, pasty or solid form meets the basic rules for sampling as prescribed by EN 15442 – 2011. All enclosures are either made up of stainless steel AIS 314 or have steel lining and provide non-reactive surfaces.
The automated sample collection unit is provided with high speed automatically controlled scooping arm that covers the entire cross section of the belt and collects representative samples in the process.
As the material starts to flow on the belt the scooping arm takes a rotating cut. In the process it collects a sample from the entire cross-section of the belt and delivers it to the de-moisturizing unit.
Provision is provided to divert the collected sample into a container for sieving purposes.
After delivering the sample into de-moisturizing unit the scooping arm comes back to its home position and canopies on the top of the belt and is ready for the next cycle. At this position it does not obstruct the material movement.
The collected sample is directed into a rotary drum type dryer. Here the collected sample is de-moisturised by churning and simultaneous hot air blowing.
The rotary drum drying action extracts a considerable amount of moisture from the sample and makes it ready for the sample size reduction.
At the end of the cycle the entire sample is delivered to a sample shredding unit in order to derive -3mm size output.
The cut sample is delivered into a lab container and this representative sample is used for sample analysis.
Onsite Representative sample collection and preparation for rapid analysis.
Zero manual handing of effluent and abrasive material during sample preparation.
No material wastage.