DOPPSTADT at 'RECYCLING AKTIV': showing what an END-TO-END solutions looks like!
21 April 2017
Theory is about the only thing you won't find at the 'recycling aktiv' demonstration trade fair. This fair is designed for 'hands-on' people! From April 27th to 29th 2017, we will demonstrate how Doppstadt solutions can crush and separate a whole range of difficult materials economically and effectively.
In four weeks time the Trade Fair site in Karlsruhe, Germany, will once again be taken over by hard-working machines. Over the three days of the 'recycling aktiv' trade fair, visitors will be able to see a myriad of machines at work, recovering and recycling a wide range of materials. And, of course, we'll also be mixed up in all of this – or rather, we'll be separating out things that are already mixed up. At our stand, number R422, and in the Wood and Biomass special theme area, we will show off our highly innovative solutions for crushing and separating the most varied mixtures of materials.
This special theme area is where you will find our high speed shredder AK 560 Eco Power, which will be representing our AK range. These machines are designed to handle waste wood, wooden pallets, green waste, organic waste and alternative fuels. They will be accompanied by a mobile machine solution that combines two recycling processes into one. The DW 3060 shredder and HS 800 hook-lift separator work together as a team to shred and separate waste wood and source-separated batches of wood and plastic waste. The result is a high-value end product with a uniform piece size.
Our stand (R422) is the showcase for building rubble-processing: this is where you'll see the SM 518 plus screening machine working together with a hydraulic machine for separating materials according to their density, known as the HDS M – for sand, ballast/gravel and wood. The HDS-M separates mixed construction waste into heavy or large-particle materials, sediments and lightweight materials. The end results are fractions that can be reused immediately, without further processing.