Finnish waste bale wrapping equipment manufacturer, Cross Wrap Ltd, is to showcase its new CW Dewiring machine at the Resource Waste Management (RWM) exhibition in Birmingham, UK.
From 13-15 September this year the company will be exhibit the machine, which removes wires from pulp bales, recyclable cardboard and paper bales, as well as from various recyclable material bales such as different types of plastics at RWM.
Cross Wrap will also present its innovations to help waste to energy plants, cement kilns and paper industry companies utilise waste-based fuels such as RDF and SRF as well as MSW and recyclables more efficiently.
The CW Direct Bale Wrapper for two ram balers wraps waste directly from the bale chamber – no ties or wires are needed. It is also available with wire tier option.
CW Bale Openers are claimed to be the safest and most economical way to automatically separate the wires, ties and film from the baled material.
CW 2200 and CW 2500 Bale Wrappers are said to have experienced remarkable improvements to answer the evolving waste management challenges even more efficiently.
According to company CEO Satu Kivelä, continuous product development is yet another example of Cross Wrap’s mission to stay as one of the frontrunners in the waste management industry. It all begins with listening to the evolving customer needs.
“Cross Wrap has been in the waste management business for over 20 years - we have delivered altogether 400 machines to 50 countries,” said Kivelä
“The circular economy is here, and that means growing demand towards different ways to pack, store and transport waste. Our commitment to quality means commitment to being able to answer all customer needs, at all times,” concluded the CEO.
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