Recycling: Next-Generation Shredder Series, New Hot-Wash System
Lindner and its subsidiary Lindner WashTech, will showcase its equipment both on the show floor and outside between halls.
At K2019 in Dusseldorf in October, German machine builder Lindner will show turnkey shredding and washing systems solutions that it says meet the uptick in demand for higher-quality recyclate for extrusion. Its Micromat shredder series features an overhauled cutter. Also on display with be a new hot-wash system.
Lindner says its display at K2019 will reflect it efforts to find the ideal combination of shredding, washing, sorting and drying components. The company has implemented NIR (near-infrared) sorting technology as part of a product range that it says is “brimming with well-engineered, high-quality components for optimum output.”
Lindner and its subsidiary Lindner WashTech, will showcase its equipment both on the showfloor and outside between halls. Outside, Lindner’s system solution—consisting of a shredder and a mechanical dryer—will be on display.
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