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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.
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