Germany-based Weima Maschinenbau, an established manufacturer of shredding machines for the recycling industry, has introduced the WLK series of single-shaft shredders and the ZMK series of four-shaft shredders for the shredding of plastic, rubber and composite vehicle parts.
The Allied-Gator MT Series Mag Extension is claimed to add a new dimension to the tasking capabilities of any excavator, enabling the operator to perform all the functions of a dedicated material handler equipped with a magnet.
Goudsmit Magnetic Systems BV of Waalre in The Netherlands has introduced a self-cleaning, clean-flow magnet which removes very fine iron particles from powders and granules.
Australian company Progressivecrumb has introduced a new dual-chamber grinder for tyre recycling duties.
Independent waste management and recycling firm Pearson’s Recycling of Norfolk in the east of England has ordered a Nexgen Galaxy2R two-ram baler from 3r Environmental Technology (3ET).
The new Caterpillar H65Ds represents the manufacturer’s largest hammer option for compact equipment users and capitalises on the technology used in its H55Ds hammer introduced last year.
The new B2060T twin-shaft shredder from Badger Shredding Products is designed to suit various applications such as processing scrap metal, concrete with rebar, pre-cast concrete with seven-strand wire, tyres, white goods, asphalt, construction and demolition material, and green waste.
The world car industry has introduced a new information system called IDIS 2 which is designed to help car dismantlers to treat end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) in an environmentally sound manner.