EU regulations, coal phase-out and construction boom – when it comes to gypsum, there are many reasons these days for making the recycling of this popular building material attractive. BHS-Sonthofen developed a highly efficient process that entails two crushing stages. This makes it even possible to recycle any impurities adhering to the gypsum.
BHS offers a complete system whose individual components are optimally aligned towards achieving maximum recovery rates when processing the input material. This also means that any extraneous materials, particularly metal parts such as screws, nails and grid sections, can be recycled. The recycled gypsum is chemically identical to natural gypsum, which is why it is being used more and more in a growing number of applications.