Product News: Alligator Shafts strengthen HAMMEL
As a response to increasing customer requests for a smaller end size product with constantly high throughput, HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH has developed a new pair of shafts. They are precisely adapted to these requirements and particularly optimized for the processing of a different type of wood.
In order to introduce this new development to its clients, HAMMEL took these new shafts on a European tour. The new shafts met the demands in the processing of root stems and green waste. With an end size material of 0 - 150mm, we were able to achieve throughput of 20 - 25 t / h.
Under the aspect of noise emission during operation, the shredders also adapt to special market requirements. With a maximum noise level pressure of 92 dB (A) at 1m distance, the HAMMEL shredder type VB 750 D is one of the quietest shredders.
Beyond that the 'Alligator-shafts' are also applicable for the processing of MSW and industrial waste. See for yourself at a demo of the new 'shaft-generation'. Please address your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the processing of wood waste, HAMMEL provides systems and techniques to separate impurities and contaminations of the wood to produce a clean and reusable end product. An example of the professional recycling of wood waste is the HAMMEL customer IRV Interserroh in Germany; they follow the current European regulations. Their wood waste is processed in a customised HAMMEL wood processing plant.
First of all, the input material is processed by a HAMMEL primary shredder type VB 850E to an end size of approx. 300 mm. Then it passes through the discharge belt magnet, which separates the ferrous material from the wood. This will then be transported into a vibrating channel. The vibration channel makes even spreading of the material on the sorting belt possible to enable the easy sorting of further contraries. The clean material will then, depending on size and quality, be transported via conveyors to the accordant material boxes for further handling.