Bollegraaf “next generation” HBC-140 baler

Van Dyk Recycling Solutions, Stamford, Connecticut, has introduced the “next-generation” Bollegraaf HBC-140 baler, featuring:

  • a reduced rate of wire breakage and lower energy consumption
  • production of compact, heavy bales for maximized freight and handling efficiency
  • self-learning, electronic control channel pressure that adapts to the material being baled to increase bale weights by 10 to 20 percent compared with traditional channel pressure systems
  • “eco-design” motors equipped with a frequency drive control, providing electricity savings of up to 30 percent
  • a variable frequency drive that reduces energy consumption and noise during operation
Visit www.vdrs.com for more information.

Ox Bodies Trail Ox series scrap trailer

Fayette, Alabama-based Ox Bodies has introduced a scrap trailer as part of its Trail Ox Series end-dump trailers. It features:

  • Hardox steel construction
  • 60 cubic yards of capacity
  • a frameless design available in lengths of up to 40 feet and side/end heights of up to 72 inches
  • standard front-mount hoist and a swing-gate tailgate included
  • a variety of configurations and options
  • a two-year warranty
Visit www.oxbodies.com for more information.

Weima WLK 4 single-shaft shredder

Weima America, Fort Mill, South Carolina, has introduced the WLK 4 single-shaft shredder, featuring:

  • a V-Rotor to process hard plastic scrap up to the size of a bowling ball
  • larger models within the WLK series can be equipped with an F-Rotor, which is ideal for processing film and fiber applications
  • preshreds plastics to a consistent particle size for introduction to a granulator for further processing
  • knife/counter knife tolerance protection, adjustable counter knives, enclosed hydraulics, a powerful electric drive, changeable screens and a hydraulic ram
Visit http://weima.com/usa/machinery for more information.

Metso EtaBriq briquetting press

Metso, San Antonio, has introduced the EtaBriq briquetting press to the North American market, enabling production of high-quality briquettes for cost-optimized disposal or sale. EtaBriq can:

  • process cast iron, steel, aluminum, copper and brass chips and turnings
  • be used in combination with the Metso EtaCrush turnings crusher
  • produce briquettes with a more uniform density than those produced with units that use single compression
Visit www.metso.com/industries/recycling/metal-recycling for more information.

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