For the optimal processing and shredding of swarf from the machining of aluminium, copper, steel, high-grade steel, titanium, brass, noble metals and many more materials ERDWICH always offers you the best solution whit his robust, compact cutting units
For the optimal processing and shredding of swarf from the machining of aluminium, copper, steel, high-grade steel, titanium, brass, noble metals and many more materials ERDWICH always offers you the best solution whit his robust, compact cutting units.
We design your swarf shredding equipment completely tailored to your specific needs:
In the case of several processing machines installed at different premises and depending on the site conditions, a central swarf reprocessing installation is likely to be the best economic concept.
The chips are collected at the processing machines and then transported on swarf trolleys to the recycling unit. This central solution does not require any modification of the existing manufacturing process.
According to our experience, decentralised swarf reprocessing is the optimal technology and the cleanest concept of swarf reprocessing. Each processing machine is equipped with a shredding unit, whereby the chips are conveyed to the central recycling unit.
All ERDWICH swarf reprocessing systems have one in common: None resembles to the other. ERDWICH offers different size reduction concepts and cutting gear dimensions for all standards.
Our modular drive systems offer many installation and mounting possibilities in and on pump stations, under swarf conveyors, over pneumatic gates, at briquetting presses and for any further custom-made solution. Our special housing shapes are adapted even to the most difficult mounting conditions.
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Recycling is the future. There is no doubt. Clever recycling that provides sustainability both for the environment and the businesses operating in it is the way forward. A clean green and profitable future.
Companies are learning that good waste management not only safeguards employees and saves the environment; it is also turning into money.
Waste from manufacturing is inevitable and a significant by-product in the Australian industrial processes. Intelligent recycling of waste is emerging as a corporate governance issue of equal importance to that of long term company profitability.
The emphasis in now on responsibility in business, that of being a good corporate citizen.
Recycling can be a profitable operation, in many manufactuing facilities. Recycling and reclamation of cutting oils, emulsions and water for re-use makes strong economic sense. Processing waste materials such as metals, plastics and timber into a reusable resources results in profit straight back into the business