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Finnish foundry industry moves towards a more sustainable future - Resand Oy to supply Peiron with a sand removal and recycling service

Resand Oy, a Finnish technology company specialising in foundry sand regeneration, has signed an extension agreement for the regeneration and recycling of the sand used by Peiron Oy in its foundry at ...


Finn Recycling is now Resand

Finn Recycling Oy, a Finnish technology company specialising in sand regeneration and recycling, has changed its name to Resand Oy. Resand aims to increase the number of sand regeneration units in ...


Finn Recycling receives first commercial order for sand regeneration service in Germany - global market leader Siempelkamp as customer

Siempelkamp Giesserei, the world market leader for hand-mold casting solutions, is the first large foundry in Germany to start working with Finn Recycling on sand recovery. The aim of the cooperation ...


The Finnish Climate Fund: €8 Million Loan to Foundry Sand Recycler Finn Recycling

The Climate Fund has granted an 8 million euro capital loan to Finn Recycling Oy, which has developed a regeneration solution and service model enabling the reuse of waste sand generated by metal ...


User Experience from Finn Recycling

Markku Eljaala from Peiron Oy shares his user experiences.


Power Plant Waste Sands for the Construction Industry

Boiler sands are used in power plants utilizing fluidized bed technology to form a firing grate. The purpose of boiler sands is to form a sand bed in the boiler, which allows the fuel fed into the ...


Fluidized Bed Sand Agglomeration Problem

Natural quartz sand is commonly used as an inert fluidizing material for fluidized bed boilers. In a natural sand bed, the problem is the sintering of the fluidizing material, which, according to ...


Environmental Impact in Finland

The FinnRecycling reclamation plant has offered valuable possibilities in development and scientific research as the production process evolves. The experiences there have helped in academic growth.


Sand Recycling

Four years ago, we started a project. Our goal was to find a way to save one of the natural resources; sand.

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