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Vecoplan to showcase shredders at Ecomondo

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Vecoplan is to show its shredders at Ecomondo, the international trade fair for material and energy recovery. The German company will present its VEZ 2500 T high-performance shredder and other products.

The machines in this series are used for deriving fuels from production waste, sorting waste, packaging material, domestic waste, and industrial waste. Fuels can then be used as an energy source in cement works and power plants.

The shredders in the VEZ 2500 T series are “extremely efficient and robust,” according to the company. “Thanks to their consistently high throughput and homogenous output quality, they are very profitable to operate.”

The machines are equipped with a dynamic, fast start-up HiTorc drive with a capacity of 247 kW. The drives have no mechanical components, such as belts, clutches, or hydraulic units. As a result, they have less mass to move and so can operated at higher efficiency.

Vecoplan offers the VEZ 2500 T with 144 or 216 knives got throughput of 10 – 12 tph or 12 – 15 tph, respectively. Ecomondo takes place at the Rimini Expo Centre in Italy on 7 - 10 November. Vecoplan will exhibit in Pavillion A2, Stand 013.

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