Companies weighing the option of purchasing new metal scrap processing and fluid recycling equipment have the significant advantage of making an informed decision on the application’s success and expected return on investment before the purchase is made by having the supplier perform material testing on the equipment.
Testing should be done on both the metal scrap and fluid waste to answer such questions as:
• How much fluid would the system be able to recover?
• What additional value would a fluid separation system bring?
• What additional scrap value would the system add?
• What would the scrap value reduction and its impact on haul-away costs be?
As part of a value-added service, PRAB simulates the manufacturer’s process at PRAB’s in-house equipment testing lab. Our application knowledge and testing experience lay the groundwork for customer projects, setting a basic expectation of savings and product results that a customer can anticipate from their new equipment.
Learn more about how PRAB material testing can quantify the return on your next project contact us today.