Sierra REB-X Press two-ram baler

Bakersfield, California-based Sierra International Machinery has introduced the REB-X Press two-ram baler, which it says is easily transportable while maintaining heavy-duty construction, performance and the ability to process a variety of material. The REB-X:

  • is ideal for companies that have multiple facilities but don’t do the volume in any one of those facilities to justify a single piece of equipment per facility
  • can be transported to demolition sites or to areas affected by hurricanes, tornados or floods
  • is powered by a generator, making it ideal for rural areas
  • can process fiber, nonferrous metals, plastics and municipal solid waste

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Eriez Shred1

Erie, Pennsylvania-based Eriez’s Shred1 Ballistic Separators can produce low-copper shred and reduce the need for hand sorting. The Shred1:

  • uses magnetics and ballistics to deliver a high-value, premium low-copper ferrous product and a traditional No. 2 shred
  • eliminates the need for X-ray scanning
  • consolidates visible and concealed copper
  • reduces hand-picking labor

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Tomra Insight

Asker, Norway-based Tomra Sorting Recycling’s cloud-based data platform, Tomra Insight, provides near real-time analytics to manage sorting machines for performance optimization and preventive maintenance. Tomra Insight:

  • collects data in the cloud and turns it into actionable information accessible through a web interface
  • can help reduce sorting machine downtime, maximize throughput, reduce operational costs and optimize output quality
  • helps manage maintenance, parts ordering and service

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