Supplier of mobile and stationary waste processing and recycling equipment.
|Phone:||03 9317 0670|
|Fax:||03 9317 0887|
PO Box 99 , Ascot Vale VIC 3032 (Directions)
The Evashred Panther industrial shredder is built by New Zealand-based company Evans Engineering. It weighs 3.5 tonnes, is 4.5 m long and stands more than 3.0 m high. The unit is driven by two 40 hp motors with 42,000 Nm of torque, and is designed to munch on truck and car tyres but can also be configured to shred any product.
The Kobra ShredinaBin provides an alternative way to safely destroy a company’s or government department’s confidential and private information. Users can now shred directly into a standard 240 L wheelie bin and dispose of the waste safely.
The Evashred EV65E Multiwaste Shredder is a strong, durable machine which has the ability to shred high-throughput volume. Suitable for document destruction, paper and plastic shredding, its design is based on two previous models: EV45E and EV60E.
Satrind T200 and T400 waste rippers used to process bulky hard waste or household waste to a form that allows it to be used as an alternative fuel stream or for further processing such as optical separation or sorting.
Satrind T200 and T400 waste rippers are used to process bulky waste to a form that allows it to be used as an alternative fuel stream.
The Glass AGG system from Glass Aggregate Systems is capable of processing plate and laminated window glass, and glass beverage and food containers.
Guidetti Srl has developed a range of compact electric cable recycling units. Each of the Sincro units accepts copper cored electric cable and after processing and sorting they provide PVC and the copper granules. The cable pieces are fed into the hopper and there is no need for further labour input.
Evashred Shredders has an updated range of mobile shredders and accessories to improve the automation during hazardous waste collection. At the centre of its technology is its EV60C Shredder. A range of accessories to automate pick-up and handling for the operator/driver is also available.
IT's Green and Evans Engineering have developed several mobile shredding applications.
The GlassAGG system from Glass Aggregate Systems is capable of processing plate and laminated window glass, and glass beverage and food containers. The process converts the waste glass into a marketable glass aggregate fine of various sizes depending on its end use. The fines can be used for sand blasting, road base aggregate, septic tank drains, landscaping, concrete additives, hydroponics, etc.
Developed by Rowland & Associates, for baling of municipal waste, the fully auto-tie Godswill mobile baler system can be placed in line with a mobile waste shredder, ripper or bag opener, optical sort systems or other mechanical sort systems, mobile in-feed conveyors and auto-bale wrappers.
Satrind T200 and T400 waste rippers are used to process bulky hard waste or household waste to a form that allows it to be used as an alternative fuel stream or for further processing such as optical separation or sorting.