Using induction inline melting, we have obtained two types of products from mineral wool waste: glassy granulate (product of amorphous structure) and crystal structure castings (including shaped ones).
Such processing of mineral wool waste makes it possible to reduce the volume of waste by more than 50 times, which is a significant advantage for disposal. In addition, mineral wool waste loses its hazardous (carcinogenic) properties due to the transformation of fibers into granules or stones, which allows further use of waste in various industries.
Any mineral material with a fraction of 0 to 10 mm and a moisture content of up to 20% can be used for processing. A mixture of components that differ greatly in density and melting point is also possible.