Balers, compactors & ballistic separators. Comparative Table & Technical Guide (2017)

In line with its objective to become a benchmark publicationin the waste management and recovery market, FuturENVIRO presents a series of specials that are now regarded as invaluable reference and consultation guides for technical experts in the recycling industry.

 

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This special is devoted to ballistic separators, balers & compactors for recycling plants. A simple, comprehensive and useful technical guide to the main features of the ballistic separators, balers & compactors offered by leading national and international manufacturers. This guide is presented in the form of a data table to enable the technical features of all the ballistic separators, balers & compactors on the market to be examined and compared at a glance.
This guide is particularly aimed at engineers, developers of turnkey recycling plants, national, provincial and regional public authorities, and ultimately all organisations involved in waste management, treatment and recovery.

As the perfect complement to the comparative table, which shows the main technical features to facilitate comparison of the different models on the market, we have designed attractive fact sheets in which the leading manufacturers describe their ballistic separators, balers & compactors, distinguishing features and advantages over other equipment on the market.
Read and download the comparative table and technical guide to ballistic separators, baling presses and compactors.

 

As the perfect complement to the comparative table, which shows the main technical features to facilitate comparison of the different models on the market, we have designed attractive fact sheets in which the leading manufacturers describe their ballistic separators, balers & compactors, distinguishing features and advantages over other equipment on the market.

Read and download the comparative table and technical guide to ballistic separators, baling presses and compactors.

 

Published in: Nº40 FuturENVIRO May 2017