March 2021. Modern plastics come in all shapes and sizes, and are used in countless applications. A flexible cutting system, based on the established Mono-Fix technology, is extending the scope of shredders for plastics recycling.
One of the most pressing recent issues in the mechanical processing and conversion of waste into solid recovered fuels is the high fire risk caused by damaged batteries. This risk can be minimised with Lindner's FPS.
The Lindner Micromat is a top seller in the plastics shredding market. At K 2019 the next generation will be presented along with an additional model and a new and improved universal cutting system. The shredder will be displayed in the outside area.
Recyclates that are barely distinguishable from virgin material – that’s what plastics processing specialist Lindner had in mind when developing the new hot-wash system to be presented at the K 2019 in Düsseldorf.
Whether furniture, bulky goods or other waste wood, Lindner is a reliable partner when it comes to waste wood processing. At IFAT 2018 the Austrian company with 70 years of engineering experience presented its new mobile system solution.
Lindner-Recyclingtech is responding to the increasing demands placed on the automated sorting of valuable recyclables as well as the ensuing rise in the need among producers of solid recovered fuels for pre-shredded yet ideally sortable material.
SRF shredding in one go – with only one machine: the market launch of the Polaris at IFAT 2016 triggered a boom in demand for Lindner's innovative, highly specialized shredder. The new Polaris 1800 model has been introduced recently.