Primary shredder RS50/60/100
four-shaftfor cardboardfor electronics scrap

primary shredder
primary shredder
primary shredder
primary shredder
primary shredder
primary shredder
primary shredder
primary shredder
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Number of shafts
for cardboard, for electronics scrap, for medical waste, paper, metal, plastic
Other characteristics
compact, high-torque

Min.: 44,000 W

Max.: 150,000 W

Rotational speed

Min.: 17 rpm
(107 rad.min-1)

Max.: 43 rpm
(270 rad.min-1)


Four shaft shredder for industrial recycling applications For particularly difficult applications Very compact and rugged design High availability and process stability Low noise and dust emissions Top-quality recycling for even the most extreme applications and materials from a premium manufacturer: The mature RS50, RS60 and RS100 shredders, which have been tried and tested under difficult conditions, are characterised by their outstanding reliability, their ability to handle unshreddables and a particularly wide application range - from recycling via plastic utilisation, right up to file and data destruction. Further features are their highly compact and rugged design, high availability and process stability as well as low noise and dust emissions. As these machines are modular in concept, the speeds, torques, cutting unit apertures, cutters, perforated screens and sealing variants can be individually assembled for each industrial shredder depending on customer requirements. The rugged construction and the robust cutters make this high throughput shredder particularly attractive for multi-shift continuous operation and integration into existing plants. The middle-range RS class series is particularly effective in difficult recycling applications and in pre-shredding.



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