LINDNER-RECYCLINGTECH GMBH

E-drive and intelligent energy management for the shredding of solid recovered fuels

Lindner-Recyclingtech is responding to the increasing demands placed on the automated sorting of valuable recyclables as well as the ensuing rise in the need among producers of solid recovered fuels (SRF) for pre-shredded yet ideally sortable material. With the new Atlas, the company is not only focusing on the energy efficiency of shredding systems, but also on the ideal output size with continuous dosing for optical sorting systems and a maximal possible resistance to foreign particles at the same time.

The development in the waste disposal and recycling industry suggests a further automation of waste treatment processes – even if qualified personnel is currently more urgently needed than ever and there is a shortage of skilled workers in Europe (as is also the case in many other sectors), a turnaround will not be in sight soon. In 2025, more robots will probably be in use and support or partly replace conventional optical separation and sorting systems (near-infrared systems, NIR) in SRF production.

Lindner is responding to this development and the circular economy in upswing, especially...

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