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HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik

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Open-air site (FG), ENERGY FROM WOOD & FIREWOOD PRODUCTION LINE AVENUE, Stand Q52
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HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH

Leimbacher Str. 103
36433 Bad Salzungen
Germany
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Fax: +49 3695 6991 93

Company profile

The HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH is a manufacturer of shredding, sorting & screening equipment for wood waste, green waste, pallets, domestic & industrial waste, C&D, as well as scrap metals, etc.
Complete processing plants, customized machines, stationary or mobile. Economical and reliable, high performance, low energy consumption, low wear and tear.
Service worldwide.

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HAMMEL-plant engineering

According to the underlying site conditions stationary plants are planned as individual machine components or as a complete concept. In the first processing stage, the input material is pre-shredded by a HAMME-primary shredder. Then the separation of the materials via a magnet station or sorting lines ...read more

HAMMEL-screening technology

The HAMMEL- screening technology is always adapted to the specific requirements and individual needs of our customers. The HAMMEL screens convince through individual number and size of screen decks, high throughput, customized screen fractions and ideal adaptation to local conditions. HAMMEL screens ...read more

HAMMEL-secondary shredder

In conjunction with the HAMMEL-primary shredder the HAMMEL-secondary shredder form a powerful complete plant that shreds energy-saving and highly efficient voluminous and bulky materials. The HAMMEL-secondary shredder work with two different shredding systems - with a knife rotor in wood applications ...read more

HAMMEL-primary shredder

HAMMEL-primary shredders use two unique intertwining shredding shafts, that can be configured according to requirements and operate at a maximum speed of 46 revolutions per minute. The material placed into the hopper is drawn in by the shafts, torn and broken down to be routed directly to the horizontal ...read more

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