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Our customers benefit from Vecoplan’s experience in shredding technology which has been accumulated over many years. Vecoplan have specialised in this field ever since the company was founded in 1969. Since its inception, Vecoplan have been continuously developing their machines, honing the underlying technology to perfection and revolutionising the international market. Vecoplan’s range of mechanical process engineering and system solutions is unrivalled anywhere in the world: From recycling (raw materials production) through to waste recycling and special solutions for industry, you can always rely on us as your expert partner with exceptional know-how.

We offer shredders for following markets:

  • Wood
  • Biomass & Pelletizing
  • Alternative fuels (RDF)
  • Domestic and commercial waste
  • Plastics
  • Paper
  • Special Applications

Single-shaft shredders

The single-shaft shredder is the most versatile and widely used shredder and can operate without an additional feeding system in most applications.

Double-shaft shredders

Double-shaft re-shredders are designed as pre-shredders or re-shredders and are suitable for processing wood as well as municipal solid and commercial waste.

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The VAZ 800 shredder is the medium-duty machine in the small series and comes with integrated extraction feature as standard for carpenter’s workshops and joineries; an XL machine with a larger rotor diameter is also available. In addition to its traditional role in the wood processing industry, this machine is also ideal for shredding loose lightweight materials such as foil, packaging, paper and plastic using different rotor types and geometries.
Depending on the version, the VAZ 800 comes with a drive capacity of 11 or 22 kW. The output can be between 100 and 1,000 kg/h, depending on the version and screen mesh size.

The VAZ 1100 shredder is the most powerful machine in the small series and is available as a standard machine or XL version with larger rotor diameter. In addition to its traditional role in the wood processing industry, the machine efficiently and cost-effectively shreds solid and sheet plastics, packaging and paper, thanks to the different rotor versions and geometries. Depending on the version, the VAZ 1100 comes with a drive capacity of between 18.5 and 37 kW. The output can be between 300 and 1,800 kg/h, according to version and screen mesh size.

The medium-duty series of single-shaft shredders starts with the VAZ 1300. The standard version is available in the sizes S and M. Different rotor designs and geometries mean the VAZ 1300 is capable of shredding wood waste, paper, data storage media, solid plastics, plastic film, industrial waste, packaging and much more. In order to increase the throughput when shredding bulky and very light materials, the machine can also be fitted with an optional bridge-breaker. In addition to the standard drive via asynchronous motor, the patented HiTorc drive is also available, which permits variable speed adjustment and reduces power consumption up to 60% compared to the standard drive system. The drive capacities range from 37 to 90 kW with the standard drive. Machines provided with the HiTorc drive have a drive capacity of 62 kW. The output can vary between 400 and 2,500 kg/h, depending on the version and screen mesh size.

The VAZ 1600 from the medium-duty single-shaft shredder series is available in the sizes S and M. Different rotor designs and geometries mean the VAZ 1600 is capable of shredding wood waste, paper, data storage media, solid plastics, plastic film, industrial waste, packaging and much more. In order to increase the throughput when shredding bulky and very light materials, the machine can also be fitted with an optional bridge-breaker. In addition to the standard drive via asynchronous motor, the patented HiTorc drive is also available, which permits variable speed adjustment and reduces power consumption up to 60% compared to the standard drive system. The drive capacities range from 37 to 90 kW with the standard drive. Machines provided with the HiTorc drive can have a drive capacity of 62 up to 110 kW. The output can vary between 600 and 3.000 kg/h, depending on the version and screen mesh size.

The VAZ 1800 shredder is the most powerful machine in the series of medium-duty single-shaft shredders. Different rotor designs and geometries mean the VAZ 1800 is capable of shredding wood waste, paper, data storage media, solid plastics, plastic film, industrial waste, packaging and much more. The machine can be equipped with the “Flipper”, a pneumatically pre-tensioned counter knife that prevents damage by tramp material. This feature also makes it easy to remove tramp material without having to unload the hopper. In order to increase the throughput when shredding bulky and very light materials, the machine can also be fitted with an optional bridge-breaker. In addition to the standard drive via asynchronous motor, the patented HiTorc drive is also available, which permits variable speed adjustment and reduces power consumption by up to 60% compared to the standard drive system. The drive capacities range from 90 to 132 kW with the standard drive and from 110 to 134 kW with the HiTorc drive.

The heavy- duty series of the single- shaft shredders starts with the VAZ 2000. This machine is used to shred all kinds of solid materials, such as wood, paper, plastics, industrial or municipal solid waste. It requires very little maintenance or servicing. The solid steel rotor has a diameter of 640 mm and, if required, various rotor systems and geometries are available, thus ensuring optimal shredding performance in every application.
The machine can be equipped with the “flipper”, a pneumatically pre-tensioned counter knife that prevents damage if tramp materials are fed in. This also makes it easy to remove tramp material without having to unload the hopper. Additionally it can also be provided with a bridge-breaker for increasing throughput while shredding bulky and light materials.
In addition to the standard drive via asynchronous motor, the patented HiTorc drive is also available, which permits variable speed adjustment and reduces power consumption by up to 60% compared to the standard drive system.
The machines features drive capacities ranging between 132 and 250 kW and rated torques of up to 20,000 Nm. The screen mesh sizes are normally between 20 and 150 mm. Depending on the mesh size, throughputs of between 5.000 and 20.000 kgs/hr can be achieved.

Pre-Shredder VVZ

VVZ Hurricane (210, 250, 310)

The VVZ (210, 300) double-shaft shredder is a pre-shredder for processing difficult waste and material containing tramp material, such as pallets, boxes, cable drums, demolition wood, items of furniture, chipboard, and municipal solid as well as commercial waste. The two solid steel rotors with a diameter of 500 mm maximise the throughput. The machine is equipped with the “Flipper”, a pneumatically pre-tensioned counter knife that prevents damage if tramp materials are fed in. This also makes it easy to remove tramp material without having to unload the hopper. The degree of reduction can be set via adjustable screen bars. Depending on the input material, throughputs of between 6 and 25 to/h can be achieved.

The VVZ Hurricane (210, 250, 310) double-shaft shredder is a pre-shredder for difficult waste and material containing foreign objects, such as domestic and commercial refuse, production waste or old wood. The large filling chamber accepts large bales and bulky materials. Two solid steel rotors with a diameter of 720 mm and high mass moment of inertia ensure smooth, quiet running with high throughput. The interaction of the two rotors with the shared counter knife and screen grid produces a homogeneous particle size with excellent separability. The machine requires minimal maintenance and servicing, also because wearing parts are easy to replace. Two large hydraulic access doors make wearing parts easier to replace and allow foreign objects to be removed, even when the feed hopper is completely full. The degree of reduction can be set via adjustable grid bars. Depending on the feedstock, throughputs of between 10 and 100 to/h can be achieved. In addition to the standard hydraulic drive, the patented HiTorc drive is also available, which reduces power consumption by up to 60%. The drive capacities range between 2 x 132 kW and 2 x 200 kW and rated torques of up to 60,000 Nm.

Double-Shaft Re-Shredder VNZ

The VNZ double-shaft re-shredder was developed for re-shredding pre-shredded used timber, pre-shredded municipal solid waste, sorting waste, and much more in order to produce separable material for recycling and reutilisation.
Different rotor systems and geometries are available to optimise the shredding capacity with different material. The two solid steel rotors with a diameter of 500 respectively 640 mm maximise the shredding efficiency. The machine is equipped with the “Flipper”, a pneumatically pre-tensioned counter knife that prevents damage if tramp materials are fed in. This also makes it easy to remove tramp material without having to unload the hopper. The VNZ XL also features two large hydraulic access doors that make wear parts easier to replace and allow tramp materials to be removed, even when the hopper is completely full. The drive capacities range from 2 x 75 kW to 2 x 200 kW. The screen mesh sizes are normally between 20 and 150 mm. Depending on the size of the machine and the mesh size, throughputs of between 5 and 40 to/h can be achieved. . In addition to the standard drive, the VNZ XL is also available with the patented HiTorc drive, which reduces power consumption by up to 60% compared to the standard drive system.

V-EBS Shredder

The Vecoplan shredder for residue derived fuel (RDF) V-EBS 2500 was specially developed for re-shredding light plastics obtained from industrial, commercial and municipal solid waste and requires very little maintenance or servicing. The final particle size is impressively homogeneous. The machine is equipped with the patented HiTorc drive, which permits variable speed adjustment. Particularly notable are the large rotor diameter of 1,000 mm and the extremely high mass moment of inertia of 1,270 kg m². These features allow lots of torque even when processing tough material, They also grant smooth and quiet operation. It is also very economical to operate thanks to a comparatively low power consumption and low wear costs. The screen mesh sizes are normally between 25 and 50 mm. Depending on the mesh size, throughputs of between 10 and 22 to/h can be achieved.
The new Vecoplan – shredder for residue derived fuel (V – EBS) is a powerful re-shredder for the production of residue derived fuel (RDF). The V – EBS produces a homogeneous granulate for use in cement and power plants, for example, and offers the advantages of high throughput, low energy consumption and low wear costs.

Key Features Of VECOPLAN Shredder For Residue Derived Fuel (V – EBS):

  • low rotor speed
  • continuous, complete feeding via a load-controlled chain floor
  • a rotor with the option of toothed or block blades in 4 or 6 rows
  • two counter knives

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As part of our ongoing quest for the best possible equipment fit for purpose JDM Aust proudly recommend and supply the SSI Hazardous Waste Shredders as we believe they are the best possible solution available for this process.

SSI designs and manufactures shredders and size reduction systems for
safe disposal of hazardous waste
SSI provides effective solutions to assist with the on-going problem
of Hazardous Waste
The Dual-Shear® line of 2-shaft shredders are designed for volume
reduction. The Quad® line of 4-shaft shredders are designed to
deliver small, uniform particle size.

Hazardous Materials Processed

  • Dry Solid Waste
  • Drums With Contents
  • Solids and Liquids
  • Aerosols
  • Household Hazardous Waste Safety, efficiency & customization
  • Class I, Divisions 1 & 2 Environments
  • Inert gas purging
  • Oxygen monitoring
  • Fire detection and suppression
  • Deflagration vents
  • Double door airlocks
  • Explosion-proof motors and controls
  • Video monitoring
  • Complete operator control system Fully Integrated, Custom Systems for Pre-processing of Hazardous Wastes

Process Overview

Drummed and bulk wastes enter the system, passing through a double-door airlock. Material is then processed through two hydraulic shredders. Following the size reduction process, provided by SSI Shredding Systems, material is then discharged to downstream equipment to complete the blending process.

Hazardous Materials

  • Dry solid waste
  • Drums with contents
  • Solids & liquids
  • Household hazardous waste
  • Aerosols
  • Paints
  • Sludges
  • Radioactive Waste
  • Nuclear Fuel Rods

Safety & Customization

  • Class I, Divisions 1 & 2 Environments
  • Explosion-proof motors and controls
  • Inert gas purging
  • Oxygen monitoring
  • Fire detection and suppression
  • Deflagration vents
  • Double door airlocks
  • Video monitoring
  • Complete operator control system

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SSI

brand-logo_ssiSSI Shredding Systems, Inc. was formed in January 1980 in Wilsonville, Oregon when the idea of mobile shredders was new. The company’s initial product offering was a self-contained mobile shredder used to provide contract shredding services to industrial and government organizations. Use of this service was instrumental in developing the military’s widespread use of mobile shredding.

Flexibility was key in SSI’s early development. Our customers frequently came to us with unique problems, which compelled us to concentrate on engineering new solutions rather than off-the-shelf technology. The old idea that there was one solution for all, just wouldn’t work in this market. Our customers needed a choice of options.

As the processing needs of SSI’s customers grew, the demand for shear shredders expanded from temporary use to a need for dedicated systems. To address customers’ changing requirements, SSI began engineering and manufacturing a full line of rotary shear shredding systems.  The manufacturing experience as well as the operations and service expertise gained in the mobile shredding business positioned SSI to effectively meet customer needs and develop new market opportunities.

SSI’s technology is built upon the principles of low-speed, high-torque, rotary shear shredding. SSI’s industrial shredders are robust, clean-operating machines that provide reliable performance with very little maintenance. Since 1980, SSI Shredding Systems has continued to extend the limits of possibility in size reduction. Whatever your application, you will receive the best designed, best powered and sized, most durable and capable size reduction solution you can buy. We’ve built our reputation on it.

No Tyre Is Too Big For An SSI Shredder…

SSI offers a wide variety of solutions for people who want to process tyres for cars, trucks, aircraft, agricultural and OTR/Mining tyres. Our focus has been to develop reliable, robust and easy-to-work-on equipment that will reduce whole tyres down to chunks ranging in size from long “strips” to 1″ or 2″ (25-50mm) chips. We have systems that can process tyres at rates ranging from 2 tons (200 car tires) to over 30 tons (3,000 car tires) per hour. Tyres do not need to be debeaded in order to be shredded in our equipment.

Main Shredder Types Used For Tyres

JDM Aust Proudly Supplies And Recommends SSI Shredding Systems For A Wide Range Of Scrap Metal Applications That Includes

Aluminium Extrusions, Aluminium Cans (UBC’s), Cast Metal, Copper Fittings, Foil Rolls, IBC’s with Steel Cage, Metal Scrap, White Goods, Steel Drums, Steel Turnings, Electronic Scrap and more

Size / Volume Reduction

Shredding of metals for volume reduction can simplify material handling, minimize storage space and reduce transportation and disposal costs. SSI has built shredders to process light scrap in a metal recycling yard, or materials generated by a manufacturer, such as aluminum extrusion from a door or window manufacturer. SSI shredders have also been used to prepare metals to feed into high-speed hammermills.

Metals destined for recycling are often baled or briquetted to facilitate handling and reduce transportation costs. However, once material arrives at the processing facility, processors often wish to shred bales or briquettes to improve furnace feeding and the efficiency of the remelting or delacquering process. Shredding also helps to liberate trapped contamination, upgrading the quality of the metal and its value.

Electronic scrap including computer drives, monitors, telephone-switching gear, and circuit boards contain precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum. Recovery facilities have used SSI low-speed shredders to preprocess bulky components to make it easier to liberate metals.

Two-shaft rotary shear technology ideal for drums, pulper ‘tail’ (commingled baling wire), baled aluminum, cast wheels, copper anodes, radiators and other non-ferrous material.

 

Four-shaft rotary shear technology with integrated screen produces small, uniform sizes to maximize liberation and recovery from commingled scrap, such as electronics, ASR (auto shredder residue), appliances, etc.

High capacity volume reduction of bulky scrap—light-gauge ferrous, large extrusions, baled aluminum, appliances and more. Mobile equipment available!
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