Vecoplans’ new shredder for RDF applications
July 5, 2012, Arcdale, NC - Vecoplan’s V-EBS 2500 was designed for the production of refuse derived fuels (RDF) from MSW and other waste streams.
July 5, 2012 By Vecoplan LLC
July 5, 2012, Arcdale, NC – Vecoplan’s V-EBS 2500 was designed for the
production of refuse derived fuels (RDF) from MSW and other waste
It is especially adept at re-shredding low bulk density plastics, such as PET bottles, producing a very homogeneous particle size. Heavy-duty industrial screens on the V-EBS, can be quickly, easily, and inexpensively changed allowing you to determine and change the output particle size.
| Vecoplan's new V-EBS 2500 shredder was designed for the production of refused derived fuels.
The V-EBS has an infeed opening of 2510mm X 1400mm, a rotor dimension of 1000mm X 2510mm and has 54 cutting inserts on its rotor. It employs two counter knives for precise cutting of feedstock. Powered by Vecoplan’s patented HiTorc®, electromagnetic drive, the shredding rotor turns at 150-250 rpms and features a throughput capacity of 10-22 t/h. The V-EBS is one of the machines often integrated into Vecoplan’s complete WTE and RDF feedstock preparation systems.
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