What’s The PCB Recycling Machine
In electronics, printed circuit boards, or PCB, also known as green boards, they are used to mechanically support and electrically connect electronic components using conductive pathways, or traces, etched from copper sheets laminated onto a non-conductive substrate. Alternative names are printed wiring board (PWB), and etched wiring board.
In the recycling process of these boards we are able to recover up to 99% of the precious metals used to make the board, we are the actual recyclers and most of the process is done in our plant, which enables us to pay high prices for your PCB’s as well as help you with a proper disposal solution for your scrap PCB’s.
PCB recycling machine is mainly used for the separation of waste circuit boards, CCL, circuit boards and other materials in scrap metal and nonmetal. The successful development of the aircraft will not only improve the quality of recycled copper, but also to prevent secondary pollution.
The production line for waste circuit board recycling processing take secondary crushing, making it the metal and resin fiber powder mixture; then sorting the metal and resin separation process route through wind and static electricity. In order to prevent dust pollution during processing, the backward flow sorting process by applying a pulse dust collector, effectively solve the problem of dust pollution.