Spänex SHB 40-55/60-125

During the production process, residual materials in the form of shavings, dusts and wood chips are generated which are recycled, used for energy or disposed of.

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For many applications briquetting represents a solution alternative which exhibits considerable advantages:

  • Volume reduction,
    - material-related: up to 95%
    - pouring-related: up to 50 %
  • Better handling of the residual materials,
  • Manufacturing of salable briquettes,
  • Reduction of the risk of fire and explosion caused by fine dust, 
  • Recovery of cooling lubricants, 
  • Lower melting losses of metal briquettes,
  • No complicated material processing required.

The following materials in the form of shavings, dust and wood chips can be briquetted:

  • Solid wood,
  • particle board, MDF, etc. 
  • Plastics (PU, Styrofoam, etc.),
  • Paint and grinding dusts, 
  • Paper, cardboard packaging and bank notes, 
  • Steel and cast iron,
  • Aluminum and other light metals, 
  • Cotton, textiles, 
  • Biomass (tobacco, rice husks, coffee hulls, etc.).

Depending on the material properties and the required briquette quality for the recycling, different pressures are required. With the SHB M series, pressures of up to 5,000 bar can be achieved.

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