Ragger wires, also known as “pulper tails” and “pulper ropes”, are reject secondary raw materials that are created when waste paper is recycled. Ragger wires consists of the plastic trimmings, staples, tape, labels and baling wire found in baled post-consumer paper waste. It is made up of approximately 45% steel and 55% post consumer waste and must be removed from the pulper.
By Harden Industries Ltd. based in Zhongshan, CHINA.
From small recycling yards to huge regional processors, every scrap yard has a different mix of materials, volumes and demand cycles. And your equipment collection should be precisely prescribed to match. Having the right stable of balers, shears, wire strippers, choppers, shredders and other assets is crucial to running a perfect processor. Ensuring you can scale up through growth and expansion is even more critical to your future success. OBC has maintained many long-term relationships with scrap metal processors, and can leverage this experience to help you craft the best configuration of equipment to serve your specific needs.
By OBC Baling Equipment based in Cleveland, OHIO (USA).
Explosive areas need special consideration, but performance should not be compromised. That’s why METTLER TOLEDO has built the most extensive range of hazardous area (Ex) products available from a range of compact, bench, floor, custom, load cells and vehicle scales up to 2000 tons. Many of our products comply with the new European ATEX directive for Group 2 and 3 devices, Factory Mutual, Canadian Standards as well as many country specific regulations.
By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc based in Greifensee, SWITZERLAND.
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