The municipal solid waste shredders, industrial solid waste shredders and bulk waste shredders from UNTHA shredding technologyhave been specifically developed for the shredding of municipal solid waste (MSW), bulky waste, industrial waste and commercial solid waste. The primary shredders/pre-shredders/MSW shredders are stationary shredders, which are mainly used for producing coarse and medium fractions.
This pre-shredder/MSW shredder with patented cutting system stands out with features such as:
These quality features make the models of this pre-shredder/MSW shredder some of the most cost-effective shredders in the market.
Before household waste or similar commercial waste is used in a waste incineration process, it is subjected to biomechanical treatment in order to reduce its volume and to stabilise the organic substances in the waste. The first and most important step in the treatment process is pre-shredding. Our proven pre-shredders (MSW shredders) are ideal for this purpose.
Secondary Fuel Treatment
In addition to the landfill fraction ready for dumping, a fraction with a high temperature value for thermal recycling in power and/or cement kilns is produced with our post shredders (RDF-shredders). Thus huge amounts of waste can be reduced and it is also possible to substitute fossil fuels that are harmful to the environment such as petrol, coal and natural gas. The highly economic TR range of post-shredders, are used for the treatment of secondary fuels.
The highly rugged and hard-wearing XR series has been specifically developed for the shredding of untreated waste and is mainly used for producing coarse and medium fraction.
The innovative XR series with patented cutting system stands out with features such as: pre-defined particle size, high resistance to foreign matter, process reliability and low operating costs. These quality features make the models of the XR series some of the most cost-effective shredders in their league.
During shredding, the output-controlled hydraulic ram device (1) pushes the input material against the rotor equipped with indexable inserts. Once the material has been seized by the rotor (2), it is shredded against the stator blade (3). The grid rods (4) are adjustable so that the final size of the shredded material can be determined according to requirement.
Particle size can be defined in advance
High resistance to foreign matter; process reliability
Low operating costs