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cwmags - RWMA Review of interesting announcements at RWM Show

Following on from the preview in last month’s issue, Contractors World take a look at some of the products and services introduced at the RWM Sow that could be relevant to waste handling contractors

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, Bell has seen sales of its wheeled loaders rocket by more than 60 per cent in the W&R industry.Three reasons why the W&R industry is turning to Bell loaders

In the last 12 months, Bell has seen sales of its wheeled loaders rocket by more than 60 per cent in the W&R industry.

Bell puts this down partly to a growing familiarity of the Bell brand in this relatively new industry sector for the manufacturer.

Bell management believe there are three core reasons why Bell loaders are now recognised as a benchmark for the waste and recycling industry: more machine for you money: Quadcoo, Bell’s unique cooling system designed for coping with airborne debris and dust.

Bell Assure - Bell’s package of added-value benefits and products which removes the complexities and confusions surrounding everything from finance to after-sales support.

Neville Paynter, managing director of Bell Equipment UK, said: “Bell was relatively unknown to many potential customers visiting RWM last year. But the exhibition proved a huge success in terms of brand recognition and meeting some key players in the waste and recycling sector.”

For more information >>> Bell Equipment UK

Metso Recycling latest waste shredding technology dealMetso Recycling latest waste shredding technology deal

At RWM, Metso Recycling, which last year took over the Swiss company, Holzmag, announced it is to supply latest waste shredding technology to UK company, Stonegrave Aggregates Ltd.

The delivery consists of an M&J Eta PreShred 4000M-10 and an M&J Eta FineShred 6500 (illustrated), to be installed at the company’s waste treatment facility at Aycliffe Quarry, Darlington.

“Since the early 90’s we have run several Metso LT crushers for the production of limestone and recycled aggregates in operation at Aycliffe Quarry. When we were looking for waste shredders, we trusted the high Metso quality and advantages of the new technology. Knowing that the shredders are optimally aligned, providing a continuous high output quality,” confirms Bruce Whitley, Operations Director, Stonegrave Aggregates Ltd.

The M&J Eta PreShred 4000M-10 will be placed at the front of the existing waste sorting line, to process commercial and industrial waste at a rate of 28 t/h, with a product output size of 90% < 200 mm. The pre-shredded material will pass through various stages of separation and sorting to recover recyclable materials and remove fines. The remaining material will be fed into the second unit to produce RDF.

The M&J Eta FineShred is the first shredder to be delivered since the acquisition of Holzmag’s technology rights in 2011. The machine will be placed at the end of the line and will process waste from the feed unit. The output tonnage will be 12 t/h of RDF, at a material output size of 30 mm. The machine has two counter-rotating hydraulic-driven shafts, which enables this high level of performance.

For more information >>> Metso Recycling


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