Danish recycling equipment manufacturer, Eldan Recycling has launched a new generation of its Multi Purpose Rasper - MPR200 HD at the ISRI Convention and Exposition in Florida.
The company said that the upgraded version is based on the Eldan Heavy Rasper, but with new features for more than double inertia in the flywheels, increased capacity and lowered down time for maintenance.
According to Eldan the current Multi Purpose Rasper is an efficient, medium speed, dual drive recycling machine ensuring individual size reduction of pieces of electronic scrap, tyres, cables etc. down to as small as 12 mm.
The company added that the among the new features, the machine is now equipped with 220 kW (295 HP) main drive power and more than double inertia in the 2 belt/flywheels.
In addition the rpm has increased to 144 rpm which Eldan said gives an increased capacity of up to 20%.
The machine also has a new protection cover design that the company claimed is capable of protecting the bearing from steel, dirt etc. getting into the bearing. The screen system now consists of 3 screen segments and each segment can be easily turned, resulting in up to double throughput before exchanging screens.
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