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We'll be able to show attendees, in real-time, how some of our machines operate and what they're capable of shredding and/or briquetting.
Our most experienced professionals will be in attendance to answer all of your questions and concerns regarding our equipment. Don't be shy, we look forward to meeting you!
We'll have touch-screen displays that our attendees will be welcome to interact with and use to learn more about our company and services while inside the booth!
The different series and rotor variants are the top solutions for wood shops and lumber manufacturers: Whether pallets, timber, chipboard or MDF boards, stairs, window frames, furniture, doors or semi-finished wood products – WEIMA wood waste shredders turn bulky scrap into a reusable commodity.
Shredding wood waste where it’s created has many potential benefits. Space savings in production facilities is a high priority—storing bulky wood scrap takes up valuable floor space. Often this material is loaded into dumpsters for transport to an off-site location, and companies pay by the truckload and not by weight. Shredding bulky wood waste can maximize the space in these dumpsters and minimize the number of truckloads going out each month, creating an instant ROI opportunity. Certain types of wood that do not include any chemical treatments can be shredded and used as animal bedding or garden mulch in some cases—economic and environmental! No matter what, this frees up production space for more lucrative day-to-day processes rather than wood waste storage.
Dust and shavings are natural byproducts of many wood-related manufacturing processes. This often results in messy or unsafe environments in the production area. But these materials can frequently be compressed into briquettes that are easier to handle and transport throughout a production facility.
Most of these briquettes are shaped similarly to hockey pucks and are created using only hydraulic pressure in a WEIMA briquette press. Since no glues or binders are used in this process, these materials can be burned for energy in many situations, like in facilities that use boilers for heat production. With fuel costs on the rise, this is an incredible way to save on energy costs.
Come see us anytime!
The WEIMA showroom is equipped with shredding and briquetting machines of all sizes and technologies. This enables us to simulate your application as realistically as possible. You have the possibility to send us your material or visit us directly in Fort Mill, South Carolina, where you can observe the shredding process live.
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Alternatively you can send us material for testing. Click here for the form.