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With extensive functionality paired with powerful data capture and analysis, Mandalay Technologies’ Facility Product Suite is a compressive waste management and resource recovery solution that goes above and beyond simple weighbridge software.

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Wastech Engineering’s Bramidan Balers

Manufactured in Denmark and highly regarded for their design and quality, Bramidan Balers are globally recognised for delivering efficient waste management solutions.

Available in Australia exclusively through Wastech Engineering, Bramidan Balers are capable of compacting a wide range of materials including cardboard, plastic, e-waste and metals.

With a broad choice of Bramidan Baler models available, the crushers are ideal for businesses with a wide range of waste volumes, from small retail outlets to high capacity waste transfer stations.

For larger demands, Wastech offer the X25, which is equipped with cross cylinders to give operators stable compression and superior press force. Combined with a long stroke, a high bale weight can be achieved.

The cardboard and plastic baler is designed with easy servicing in mind, with the hydraulic unit mounted below the control panel on the side of the machine.

For service users with smaller amounts of waste, but who still need a machine to handle bulky materials, Wastech suggests the B5 W baler.

The machine is characterised by a wide filling opening of one metre, which is an advantage when handling larger cardboard boxes. The chamber is equipped with rows of efficient barbs, which keep the material back and ensure optimum filling.

An efficient and silent ejecting system ensures easy handling of the compressed bale, while the strap rolls are simple to replace in front of the machine.

Free on-site trials and flexible rental options are available. For more information click here.

Applied Machinery’s HDPE Bottle and Container Washing System

Applied Machinery’s range of plastic-washing systems are designed for high-performance recovery of rigid and flexible plastics derived from a variety of sources.

The modular systems tackle HDPE bottles, PE films, PP woven bags and PET bottles.

A standout of the range is Applied’s Genox modular HDPE Bottle and Container Washing System, which is designed for ridged plastics with a wall thickness ranging from 1-25 millimetres.

The HDPE Bottle and Container washer features a wear resistant shredding system that works to maximise operating time and throughput via consistent processing.

Next, a high-speed washing system, with corresponding speed according to material type, liberates contamination for plastic flakes.

The washing tank’s under-water force-washing paddles then work to amplify washing efficiency, while mechanical and thermal drying systems reduce end product moisture.

Label separation can be achieved with advanced wind separation, while shredding and washing are set at calculated intensities to avoid over friction and material loss.

Intelligent system automation ensures that all component actions are sequenced and monitored.

The HDPE Bottle and Container Washing System features an inclined friction washer, float-sink washing tank and vertical dewatering machine, before material passes through a zig-zag classifier.

For more information contact Applied Machinery at 03 9706 8066 or visit their website here.

Online auction: Isuzu Rear Loader Garbage Compactor

On behalf of a financier, Slattery Auctions Australia is offering seven late model Isuzu FVY Rear Loader Garbage Compactors for sale in an upcoming online auction.

Including: 2016 & 6 x 2014 Isuzu FVY Trucks with MacDonald Johnston UR.20 Rear Load Compactor Bodies.

Each truck includes power steering; radio/stereo and front, side, and rear cameras. All the trucks have less than 170,000 kilometres showing on them.

The auction will open at 9am AEST Wednesday 15 July and closes at 8pm AEST Wednesday 22 July.

All trucks are located at 60 Marple Avenue, Villawood NSW 2163

Inspections are available from 9am until 4:30pm, Monday to Friday. Closed Weekends and covered footwear must be worn.

These garbage compactors would be the perfect addition for local councils and waste management companies that are looking to expand their fleet. Get in quick and place your bid before you miss out.

For more details contact the team today on (02) 9726 7333 or click here.

Terex Washing Systems’ GreenLine engineered recycling solutions

Terex Washing Systems’ (TWS) GreenLine solutions are a packaged suite of end-to-end washing equipment offerings targeted at the recycling market.

Comprising standard equipment along with specialised recycling tailored products, they are packaged together in a pre-determined and balanced system based on TWS’ long running applications experience.

GreenLine solutions are designed to provide an easy entry to wash recycling processing for new entrants looking to develop a footprint in the expanding sector, as well as established customers in a replacement/expansion phase who require proven rugged out-of-the-box solutions.

For well in excess of a decade, TWS has provided specialist tailored equipment to customers recovering usable, sellable sands and aggregates from recycled or muck-away material that otherwise would have been destined for landfill.

While these ventures were somewhat pioneering, this segment of the industry, and its equipment scope and ability, have grown significantly over time; alongside the breadth of contaminants and composition of feed material.

TWS products packaged with AquaClear, Water Management Solutions and patented specialist units, launching in the coming months, allow TWS to simplify the waste recycling market.

The system couples TWS equipment with their expertise into fixed solutions for various materials from 60tph through to 300tph, while maintaining the ability to easily tailor for particularly specialist applications, demystifying the seemingly complex world of wash recycling.

For more information click here

CEMAC’s range of Weima shredders

German Shredder manufacturer Weima, a world leader in shredding, chipping and briquetting solutions, builds over 1200 machines each year.

Weima has successfully supplied solutions across the globe, from large industry to small workshops.

The WL range covers the usual timber, wood, paper and plastics applications. They easily compete with lower-range pricing, but have the quality typical of a German machine.

For applications requiring more advanced technologies, the WLK and WKS range features extra strength, hydraulic screen baskets, segmented floor, offset rotor bearings, bolted rotor flanges and many more options. Machines are available up to three metres in width.

The WKS uses a swing ram for material feeding and offers an inspection flap at the rear of the rotor for ease of maintenance access or quick removal of foreign objects.

For unsorted and highly contaminated streams of infeed material, the rotors are executed with the toughest hard facing materials and can be completely cased in Hardox sleeves.

Various drive options are available such as hydraulic drive, direct drive and power belt drive.

Applications range from small factory recycling right through to industrial scale plastics, wood and paper recycling, and large waste shredders for residue-derived fuels.

In Australia alone, Weima has over 100 installations in plastics recycling, wood recycling, joineries and residue-dervied fuels.

With such a wide range of know-how and applications, Weima is an industry leader contributing to resource recovery and the circular economy.

For more information click here.

CJD Equipment’s Volvo ECR235E excavator

Volvo’s ECR235E excavator, available in Australia through CJD Equipment, features an optimised compact design that enables short swing radiuses. This allows operators to manoeuvre in and out of narrow areas simply, increasing uptime and productivity.

For more power and enhanced productivity, the machine’s system design – specific to the ECR235E – and durable under carriage ensure significant tractive force when climbing gradients and traveling over rough or soft terrain.

Additionally, the machine’s Stage V engine and enhanced hydraulics system produce smoother operations and increased efficiency.

Featuring proven advanced technology, and built on decades of experience, the engine also boasts increased power, while reducing both fuel consumption and emissions.

For waste operators, often working in harsh, stop-start environments, the enhanced hydraulics system increases pump power for faster and smoother operations – resulting in quicker cycle times and higher throughput.

The excavator’s cab features slim pillars and large glass planes to provide a clear view of job sites, which in turn supports a high degree of workplace safety.

CJD Equipment operates nationwide, with strategically placed branches, dealers and service centres throughout Australia.

For more information visit CJD Equipment’s website.

Lincom’s Kiverco Compact Plant range

Kiverco’s Compact Plant range, distributed exclusively in Australia and New Zealand by Lincom Group, is a mobile recycling plant with all the benefits of high-performance stationary operations.

Designed and built by the same team that has successfully manufactured and installed over 250 static plants since Kiverco began over 25 years ago, the initial range includes feeder trommels, picking stations and density separators.

The Compact Feeder Trommel (FT620) combines fast, simple and safe onsite set-up capability with the proven design and build quality of Kiverco’s successful static plants, providing long lifespans, high performance and rugged reliability.

The two-(PS122) and three-bay (PS123) Compact picking stations with set-up simplicity, operator comfort, safety and environmental protection, combine air separation, magnetic separation and manual sorting – all in one compact unit.

The DS150 density separator works to efficiently separate material into heavy and light fractions via the latest in air separation technology.

All components come with various options and configurations, offering the customer maximum flexibility to obtain a bespoke solution for their waste handling needs.

All models in the Kiverco Compact range can be used alongside other mobile equipment or combined to form a complete recycling system.

For more information click here.

JCB delivers its first-ever electric excavator

JCB in late 2019 made history after unveiling its first-ever electric excavator – the quietest digger in its range and offering zero emissions.

The machine sees the replacement of a diesel engine with an efficient, 48-volt electrical driveline with the latest generation automotive battery cells.

As part of its shift towards lower emissions, the zero-emission JCB 19C-1 E-TEC will allow the waste sector to maximise productivity in emissions-sensitive inner city environments.

A huge advantage is external noise. At 7dBA lower, the machine is five times quieter than its traditional diesel-powered counterpart.

Importantly, performance is not compromised on digging, with a fully charged electric machine capable of putting in a full shift in normal operation.

The machine also supports maximum uptime with no daily checks of coolant and engine levels required. On that front, the high efficiency of the advanced electric-hydraulic combination means considerably lower cooling requirements.

A small hydraulic cooler with a thermostatic electric fan and no engine radiator works to contribute to longer battery life and lower noise levels.

Initially, the mini excavator will be available with the ROPS/TOPS and FOGS certified canopy. As the electric excavator is based on the premium specification 19C-1, the excavator comes with proportional rocker switches for auxiliary functions and boom offset swing.

Its key features include a standard load-sensing hydraulic system delivering powerful digging performance. A convenient on-board charger with 230-volt input allows for six-hour recharging capability.

For more information click here.

Wastech’s CP Auger Screen

Wastech Engineering has released its newest screening technology from its partner, the CP Group – the CP Auger Screen.

The anti-wrapping, non-blinding screen was developed specifically for materials recovery facilities.

The trademark CP Auger Screen sizes material by using a series of cantilevered augers that do not wrap or jam due to their corkscrewing motion.

Any material that could wrap, such as strapping, hoses or plastic film, are released off the end of the auger.

Its low-wear augers are made from abrasion-resistant steel, making them durable while requiring little to no maintenance.

The CP Auger Screen can be used in various recycling applications, including commingled, municipal solid waste, construction and demolition and commercial and industrial wastes.

The largest model can handle 30 tonnes per hour of inbound single stream material, 55 tonnes per hour of commercial and 70 tonnes per hour for construction and demolition material.

The machine is unique compared to traditional disc screens as the auger rotors act like a corkscrew, conveying any stringy materials over the side. The cantilevered augers convey large flat materials over, while fines and flexible fibre go through the augers or out the side of the screen.

For more information visit: https://wastech.com.au/ 

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