At Pöttinger quality is a trademark. This is reflected in each stage of the manufacturing process. Careful selection of materials, state-of-the-art fabrication systems, quality control and highly-skilled specialists speak for themselves. That is how we can make sure that we only deliver first-class quality products designed for a long service ...
With our mobile compactors for settler vehicles opt for flexibility. You get the machine with either: oblique or high sidewalls, individual opening options, 4-point locking, Gate valves etc. Individual requirements for the preparation of course we can take into account, such as head or side filling. Even as a ramp-up.
The automatic strapping system exists of a driven guiding system with a cradle on both sides. The one cradle contains the strapping head, the other the C-chute. The strap is welded by means of friction. Strap size up to 19 mm. The number of straps can be chosen by the customer.
The HSM HL 4010 horizontal baler has been designed with an operating concept and technical features in mind to make it the optimum machine for food retailers. The baler can be fed continuously and with ease via a lifting and tilting device which delivers cardboard from the waste container directly into the press chamber. A hydraulic pre-compactor ...
Perforating of PET bottles and other receptacles makes storing and processing of plastic containers much easier. Even large volume or filled bottles or cans are perforated by almost 100%. During perforation, the plastic containers are additionally flattened. A flat bottle can not roll and is much better to handle.
The container press RC 1100 compacts waste direct into existing 1.100l container. The container are fixe by sidewise arms for a high stability and safety. There is no ground contact of the container during the press process.
Card mount with 10 mm circular aperture to hold pressed films for FTIR spectroscopic analysis. These cards fit into 3 x 2' sample mount of most spectrometers, and contain a self-sealing adhesive coating to hold the film in place.