Sutco UK opts exclusively for Polaris and Komet for a major contract

Sutco RecyclingTechnik GmbH is one of the world’s largest providers of processing plants for a diversity of waste types. With over 460 references around the globe, in the course of its more than 30-year history, the company has established a successful reputation in the waste management industry.   

Via four subsidiaries in Poland, the UK, Spain and South America, the plant builder seeks to create an efficient, closed-loop economy worldwide by means of effective recycling, which is available on a one-stop-shopping, turnkey basis.

For a current project, the Sutco subsidiary in the UK has opted exclusively for innovative Lindner technology in the form of three Polaris 2800 and two Komet 2800 universal shredders, which are to be integrated into diverse, planned applications. For this major contract, the Polaris 2800 will reduce roughly pre-sorted wastes to <75 mm in a single operation. In this regard, machine continuity and availability play an extremely important role.

Sutco sees another significant advantage of the high-tech Polaris as emanating from the shredder’s throughput capacity and uncomplicated maintenance. Indeed, Klaus Mildner, the Sutco UK Managing Director, says that the choice of this single-shaft shredder was relatively straightforward: “The machine offers a simple and very robust design in tandem with extremely easy maintenance. This is just what is needed in the waste management area, as the greater the simplicity, the higher the availability. In addition, we were also convinced by Lindner’s flexible service, which even at weekends offers quick and professional, on-the-spot assistance in technical matters.”

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