Chipping Equipment News

  • Automatic monitoring of mobile harbour equipment ensures reliability and safety

    The increasing globalisation of the world economy is pressurising ports, docks and harbours into handling ever-increasing volumes of cargo, so mobile harbour equipment has to work efficiently and reliably at all times. Tony Ingham of Sensor Technology Ltd explains how monitoring the work rate of cranes, loaders and unloaders means their performance can be optimised and downtime for maintenance ...


    By Sensor Technology Ltd

  • Maxpo Exhibition at Hyvinkää

    Tana is attending Maxpo -exhibition in Hyvinkää, Finland on September 5.-7. During the exhibition we will run demos every two hours with TANA BioChipper. Come find us at our distributor's  HS Tekniikka stand B220 and let us impress you with the most homogeneous wood chips on the ...


    By Tana Oy

  • Compact fragmentising machines for user-orientated solutions

    MERCODOR GmbH Sondermaschinenbau KG has been manufacturing custom-made fragmentising machines for volume reduction and recycling for 30 years. In particular, the compact design of the fragmentisers allows decentralised use under difficult local conditions. Besides traditional areas of use, such as fragmenting production residues and waste in the form of wood, paper, glass, metal chips, food ...

  • HMS network processor rated best in class by Frost & Sullivan

    /www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">HMS network processor rated best in class by Frost & Sullivan At an award ceremony in London, the independent research company Frost & Sullivan presented HMS Industrial Networks with the"2013 European Industrial Communication Processors New Product Innovation Award."The award recognizes HMS's new network processor, the Anybus NP40, as best in class in a global ...


    By HMS Industrial Networks

  • NewGrass works with schools to save resources and money on fields and playgrounds

    School budgets are tight across the country and schools are doing all they can to save money. One item being reexamined is the cost for maintenance and care of playgrounds and athletic fields. Traditional surfaces like grass might not always be the best approach for a variety of options, and turning to other solutions like synthetic grass from NewGrass may be a ...


    By 3BL Media

  • Pellets from Chips - New Method to make Fuel Pellets from Wood Chips

    Kahl’s new method of making fuel pellets from wood chips met with great interest at the World Bioenergy fair in Jönköping, Sweden. “The same equipment functions as both a mill and a pellets press,” says the German company’s Swedish representative, Patrik Pålsson. The new mill and pellets press comes in several sizes. The biggest one processes five to six ...


    By Elmia AB

  • Broadcom Foundation and the Samueli Foundation host national lab day aimed at matching orange county teachers and students with volunteer scientists and engineers

    Broadcom Foundation and the Samueli Foundation have teamed with National Lab Day for a half-day conference designed to match up Orange County teachers and students with volunteer scientists and engineers from local companies, organizations and universities in an effort to spur student interest and engagement in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education programs. The conference, ...

  • Master Magnets maximise ECOs’ wood chip profits

    Major UK composting company ECO Sustainable Solutions recently contacted Master Magnets Ltd with a metal contamination problem, which if solved, would significantly increase the value of their wood chip.ECOs’ wood chip is supplied for many different uses including playgrounds, pathways, gardens and parks. It is for this reason that the 50mm wood chip is required to be a completely metal-free end ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • Swedish IQR doing pioneering business with Italy worth EUR 7.6 million a year!

    Swedish recycling company IQR has just won a major contract with RFI*, the Italian state railway, in the face of some tough competition. The contract is worth EUR 7.6 million a year. Essentially, this deal means that IQR in Trollhättan will be dealing with the worn-out wooden sleepers from the Italian rail network, converting them into a raw material for the production of energy in the form of ...


    By IQR Systems AB

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