Stokkermill designs and produces innovative machines and plants for the grinding, granulation, shredding and separation of non-ferrous metal scrap, for aluminium processing, preparation and recycling, for the recovery and recycling of copper and aluminum cables, for the recycling of electrical and electronic materials (WEEE), for the recycling of PCB boards and printed circuits in general, for the volumetric reduction, for the recycling of plastics and plastic materials, for wood grinding and for the treatment and pressing of paper and cardboard and for the electrostatic separation of materials, for vehicle recycling (ELV), for the valorization of Car fluff, ASR, Zurik, Zorba and for biomass processing... read more

The range of Stokkermill industrial machines is produced in Italy with the support of a chain of strategic partners with great experience and capacity located in the north-east of the country, a place of excellence for mechanical and electromechanical constructions. Our development model designs every detail of the machine and is carried out by qualified and specialized suppliers. The assembly and the final control procedures allow us to make machines without compromises, guaranteeing excellent levels of efficiency, quality and reliability. The wide offer and the personalization possibility allow to respond to the different needs of professionals in the recycling industry, offering innovative and reliable solutions. The Stokkermill machines are designed to meet the standards applicable in the different countries of use. For explanatory purposes: CE, IE3, Nema Premium, UL-CSA, MEPS, BPE.


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  • Electrostatic Separator Stokkermill original separation series provide the only known method of separating some important minerals and removing or recovering metals from certain recycled materials.  Separation occurs by induced an electrostatic charge into a conductive dry-liberated particle.  Electrostatic Separator Stokkermill E-soring series are commonly used in conjunction with high-intensity magnetic separators.  The electrostatic technology is successfully used in sorting step of plastics, metal recycling industries and mineral processing.
    Electrostatic Separator Corona Stokkermill E-sorting series design has been developed for the recycling industry and mineral processing, it is the culmination sevral years of technological development and research.  As a global leader in the design and manufacturing of recycling machinery and sorting equipment, Stokkermill is continually supporting the recycling industry. However, usual magnetic separation equipment is unable to separate certain minerals and materials and subsequent research identified electrostatic separation technology as the solution.  Electrostatic Separator Stokkermill E-Sorting are an important addition to the Stokkermill range of the sorting solutions. Stokkermill E-Sorting electrostatic separator is supplied as either a single or double stage system.There are three sizes designed to handle different capacities with feed widths of 500, 1000 and 1500mm. Depending on the customer's needs, we are able to offer tailor-made electrostatic separation systems.In operation, an electrostatic separator exploits the difference in electrical conductivity between various materials in a feed material to produce a separation.  The ability to produce a separation depends on a number of key material characteristics including:Particle size range, Conductivity, Moisture content.
    In many applications, commonly where the particle size range is fine, the electrostatic separator is the only technology able to execute separation (ex. 2mm copper granulate from plastics) in eco-friendly method.Electrostatic Separator Corona technology utilises the difference in conductivity between insulators (plastics) and conductors (copper and aluminium) to obtain a separation on an earthed roll.  The insulators are pinned to the earthed roll via an image force whilst the conductors lose their charge and are thrown from the roll by the natural trajectory.  Separations can also be achieved between particles of different conductivity (e.g. copper and aluminium).