When continuously shredding large quantities and volumes or when pre-shredding is required for further procedures, there is no alternative to the ERDWICH two-shaft technology.
It is based on the proven and strong rotor-shearing cutting principle of long standing from ERDWICH, the most implemented of its kind.
The material is sized by the hooks of the knives, pulled in and cut between the knives of the two opposed shafts. The two strong cutting rotors master all materials, even if difficult to shred or large and voluminous.ERDWICH power is convincing.
Strong technology for strong performances:
Individually inserted removable knife disks made of special knife steel
Fully hardened knives for long service lives and repeated regrinding
Variable knife shapes and cutting edge widths for all requirements
Smallest cutting gap for power saving cut without jamming effect
Large-scale, precision milled hexagon knife shafts made of high-quality special steel
Barrier walls for protecting the shaft bearings from liquid or aggressive agents
Compact, torsion resistant cutting gear housings
Rounded side panels which are adapted to the knife radius for reducing the strain on the shaft
Stripper segments located at the housing sides – best self-cleaning effect
Mechanical or hydraulic drive concepts for special requirements
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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