2. The hopper and shredder structural support and treatment section is installed prior to housing installation.
3. The treatment section and discharge screw conveyor is assembled for proper fit-up. The discharge screw is removed and shipped inside the system housing to reduce transportation dimensions.
4. Portions of the components are assembled and welded using robotic techniques to ensure required dimensional precision and quality.
5. The shredder is uniquely designed and manufactured onsite for the Micro-Waste® Disinfection System™ based upon over 20 years of repair and maintenance of regulated medical waste shredding equipment.
6. The system components are functionally tested prior to shipping to customer.
7. The Micro-Waste® Disinfection System™ is fully powered with 480/415/400VAC (depending upon customer utility requirements) for component check-out and operation of the control system prior to inspection and delivery to client.
8. Following inspection by client, the system is prepared for shipping and loaded by forktruck or overhead crane on a semi-trailer.
9. The Micro-Waste™ Disinfection System™ is loaded on the low-boy trailer for shipment to client.