All New UNTHA TR-Series
27 July 2009, News release from Riverside Waste Machinery
The all-new TR series was unveiled at IFAT 2008 in Munich marking the introduction of a ground-breaking solution for a segment of ever-increasing economic and ecological importance; the processing of alternative and secondary fuels.
The TR-series has been specifically developed to deal with alternative and secondary energy sources. The increased rotor diameter of 1100mm demonstrates that UNTHA has taken secondary-shredding to another level. The resultant increase in screen surface area facilities high output volumes of up to 15t/h.
The TR series can process all kinds of mixed household refuse in preparation for thermal processing in mono and co-combustion systems. A homogenous end product is achieved taking into account the combustion system (fluidised bed or rotary kiln) in operation.
The immense diameter of the rotor and the special geometry of the shredder housing enable the rotor to pull in the materials independently. The materials to be reduced are shredded and the screen perforation size determines final granule size. An optional feature for materials with a low specific density is the hydraulic press system.
The rotor blades are mounted onto a cutter holder system and the entire system can be replaced in a approximately an hour rather than the usual 8 hours taken other machines on the market, by removing just 1 screw. The actual change of the blades is done outside the shredder itself in the workshop while a substitute cutter set is used in the meantime. This enables users to enjoy high machine availability.
The gap between the rotor and the cutting bars is freely adjustable enabling the operating life of the knives to be prolonged immensely. Wear costs are reduced to an absolute minimum as the cutting blades can be turned and repositioned up to four times.
For demonstration videos and further information, please visit RWM 2009 Stand 1056 or visit www.wastemachinery.co.uk. Alternatively telephone 0845 450 5388.
For further information please email Riverside Waste Machinery