Lamp–Crushing Machine Turns Expired Lighting Products into Recyclable Material - Air Cycle - Facility Management Product Release
The Bulb Eater 3 with Intelli Technology is the next generation of the company’s lamp-crushing machine. The system crushes, in less than 1 second, spent fluorescent lamps of any length, u-tubes, and CFLs into 100-percent recyclable material, while capturing over 99.99 percent of the vapors released, according to the company. The system, mounted to a 55-gallon drum, can hold up to 1,350 4-foot fluorescent lamps. A five-stage filtering process removes hazardous particulates and vapors. New onboard controls include multiple sensing points that assist with machine diagnostics and maintenance/filter change outs.
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