logging in or signing up crt Perrin Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 3151 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (1) Dislike it (0) Added: January 09, 2008 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Global nature of TV industry Tube Manufacturers: Global nature of TV industry Tube Manufacturers 10 North America 8 Europe 6 Japan 7 S. E. Asia 3 Korea 9 Rest of worldCRT Glass Plants: CRT Glass Plants American Video Glass New Stanton, PA Corning Ashai Video State College, PA Techneglas, Inc. Columbus, OH Techneglas, Inc. Pittston, PA Thomson Consumer Circleville, OHUS Market Trends & Facts: US Market Trends & Facts 98.3% of households have TV 99.5% of TV households have color set 2.32 TV sets per household 2.82 sets in multi-set households over 220,000,000 TV sets installed baseNorth American CRT Industry: North American CRT Industry Manufacture CRT glass for television sets and limited color computer monitors 1996 Sales Color sets 25 MM 90% domestic Color monitors 17 MM 5% domesticNorth American CRT Glass Trends: North American CRT Glass Trends Stability of compositions - last 25 years Increased x-ray protection- higher voltages No-lead panel glass composition Entertainment TV Color monitors HDTV (High Definition TV)CRT Types: CRT Types Monochrome One phosphor One electron gun One glass type per unit Glass to glass seal Non-hazardous Not produced in North AmericaCRT Types: CRT Types Color Three phosphors Three electron guns Multiple glass types per unit Frit seal glass components Shadow mask HazardousGlass Compositions: Glass Compositions All basic glass compositions are 65% sand with various heavy metals added for x-ray attenuationDriving Forces for CRT Recycling: Driving Forces for CRT Recycling Environmental regulation Economic impacts Product stewardship Municipal waste incineration/landfillCullet: Cullet Definition Broken glass used as a raw material in the glass making operationCullet Advantages: Cullet Advantages Replacement for raw materials Improves batch melting characteristics Improves heat transfer Lowers energy consumption Improves glass quality Totally recyclable Lower emissionsCullet Disadvantages: Cullet Disadvantages Potential contamination Potential glass defects Cord Viscous Redox issues Recycling of CRT Cullet for CRT Manufacturing: Recycling of CRT Cullet for CRT Manufacturing Treat as a raw material Let economic forces drive recycle Make environmental costs a component for consideration Avoid mandates which make recycling impracticalImpediments to CRT Recycling: Impediments to CRT Recycling Cost of raw materials $250/ton delivered Collection infrastructure Transportation costs Population density Economic models being evaluated Market lag time Estimated 15 year life of TVImpediments to CRT Recycling: Impediments to CRT Recycling Identification of glass Chemical and physical differences Cost of demanufacturing Labor intensive Large space requirements Contamination From manufacturing/demanufacturing Contaminants: Contaminants Foreign glass Phosphors Aluminum Non-ferrous metals Dag coating Frit CeramicsImpediments to CRT Recycling: Impediments to CRT Recycling Limited markets for other materials Plastics Ceramics Metals Downcycling opportunities Regulatory barriers RCRA Transportation CRT Glass Recylers: CRT Glass Recylers Currently 2 recyclers returning glass to the CRT glass industry Dlubak Glass EnvirocycleCRT Glass Recylers: CRT Glass Recylers Market evolving into limited recyclers specializing in glass In order to be cost effective - need large volumes of glass You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.