STADLER is a global specialist in the design, production and assembly of automated sorting systems and machines for the recycling industry. With experience of more than 400 implemented plants as well as more than 3,000 manufactured individual components and a team of nearly 450 experienced specialists, we are ideally positioned.
Traditional Values. Sustainable Thinking and Action. Forward-Looking Engineering Expertise. In this way, we make our contribution to counteracting the constantly growing waste mountains all over the world.
Our high-performance, highly efficient large-scale plants are state-of-the-art. Whether engineering, steel construction, electrical installation or assembly – with our team of experienced specialists, we are ideally positioned in every respect.
In order to be sure, we test everything thoroughly in advance in our "STADLER Test Centre". Engineers from our company accompany you through the entire project from planning to production and assembly to commissioning.
STADLER stands for individually planned, turnkey sorting plants for municipal solid waste with a processing capacity of 40,000 t/year up to high-capacity plants with a capacity of 1,000,000 t/year, such as the one we recently successfully constructed in Spain.
Although disposal of the material essentially takes place in a similar way, the material properties vary from country to country. The fact that STADLER was involved in developing the first plants of this type from the outset is extremely useful in this regard. STADLER is familiar with each material in the individual countries, and knows which plant model will produce the best overall results for the customer in each individual case.
Commercial waste consists of a wide range of different products, substances and materials with greatly differing volumes and a rather high density. This means that high demands are placed on the machinery used. This poses no problem, thanks to our extremely high quality standards.
Thanks to our broad wealth of experience, our high-performance plants achieve a high degree of sorting purity – which is particularly vital today, in times of worldwide plastic waste pollution.
One of our areas of expertise is the pre-sorting of bottles for washing plants. Thanks to our extensive experience, we achieve a high degree of purity in the final output fraction, which enables seamless further processing.
The subject of film sorting has only recently become a focus of the recycling industry. STADLER identified the demand – and responded immediately. We were the first plant constructor to develop a corresponding sorting concept, which is specially tailored to the properties of film produced from different polyolefins.
Equipped with our 4-wave ballistic separator PPK, the paper and cardboard sorting plants designed by us are genuine all-rounders. The result is material fractions with the highest degree of purity.
Refuse derived fuels for cement production must be of consistently high quality. Our plants therefore preferably use mechanical separation processes.
Sorting plants for the so called "e-waste" are required to satisfy the highest demands: before separating different types of metals and plastics, it is also necessary to detach the valuable materials through shredding and classifying out of the composite of different materials, and subsequently feed them into the recycling loop.
The large-volume material mix with a particularly high density requires an especially robust plant construction with high-performance components. In order to satisfy these requirements, STADLER has developed a true powerhouse the ballistic separator STT6000 specifically for this type of plant.
STADLER developed high-throughput wood sorting plants to facilitate recycling as much waste wood as possible the first of several plants to be installed in 2012. The objective: to separate all materials that pose a problem to processing.
The performance and efficiency of each sorting system is fully dependent on the performance of the individual components installed.
Whether our particularly robust ballistic separators, torsion-resistant trommel screens made of 10 mm-thick Hardox steel, innovative STADLER conveyors or our new high-performance label remover. STADLER components stand for premium quality Made in Germany.
Intelligent solutions, a particularly solid design and a consistently high level of serviceability as well as a wealth of experience from over 3,000 individual components delivered. This is what our customers all over the world rely on.
The ballistic separator STT2000 is specially designed for sorting the following feed materials:
The PPK200 ballistic separator is specially designed for separating paper, OCC and cardboard without 3D fractions
The STT5000 ballistic separator is our all-rounder for separating household waste, mixed commercial waste and bulky waste.
Thanks to generously sized material outlets and completely smooth contours in the screen outlet, the STT6000 can sort individual particles that are up to two metres long.
The use of 10-mm Hardox steel results in robust and incredibly strong, torsion-resistant trommel screens. What is more, the drive, support and guide wheels feature double bearings for extremely low-vibration operation.
For flows of light to moderately heavy materials and average centre distances, together with compact design.
For flows of moderately heavy to heavy materials and long centre distances with low drive powers at the same time.
The STADLER conveyor PX has been specially designed for use with sensor-based sorting technology.
Thanks to conveyor speeds that can be precisely controlled, it effectively spreads the flow of material. With the stabilizer (optional), the air flow produced by the fans guide the material in a steady way on the belt, regardless of the high speed.
For material and air control in sortingsystems with compressed air discharge of one or two fractions.
Bush conveyor chains allow flows of even heavy and large materials to be transported with ease.
The side wall and belt position have been specially designed to sort material as efficiently as possible directly on the conveyor.
Developed for temporary storage of sorted material fractions, the STADLER storage conveyor has side walls up to 2.5 metres tall.
The material is evenly distributed and thus ensures a constant feeding of the system and higher purity.
Our powerful label remover processes up to nine tonnes of plastic bottles per hour – achieving a quality standard of up to 80 per cent of labels removed. It features a robust overall construction and is incredibly resistant to impurities.
Equipped with blades made from high-tensile steel that are attached to the rotor at one end so they can oscillate freely, and to the housing’s inner wall at the other, the label remover processes a mass flow of up to nine tons per hour depending on the particle size and material composition.