Crushing without cutting tools

Waste wood

The composition of waste wood can be highly varied. Before scrap wood is reused in furnaces, briquetting presses or other process stages, it must first be treated in order to obtain specific particle sizes and other desired properties.

The problem with conventional crushing machines is that foreign objects in the input material can cause damage to the machine or failure of the system. Scrap wood and pallets often contain many composite materials with nails, brackets and other media. As a result, these ferrous materials must be separated during the crushing process to ensure effective sorting. With the BHS Rotorshredder (type RS), you can treat the material so that brittle wood is efficiently removed from the metal and can be sorted in a metal separation procedure. As a further advantage, the wood components are pulped extensively in the process.

Scrap wood pulp and separated metals after shredding
Crushed material
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Brochure "Rotorshredder (RS)" (PDF / 1.6 MB)
Brochure "Rotorshredder (RS)"

Product brochure for Rotorshredder (RS)

Size: 1.6 MB
Universal Shredder (NGU) brochure (PDF / 1.7 MB)
Universal Shredder (NGU) brochure

Product brochure for the Universal Shredder (NGU)

Size: 1.7 MB

Advantages of BHS recycling technology

  • Excellent material disaggregation
  • Effective removal of foreign objects
  • Outstanding wood pulping
  • Low wear costs thanks to impact crushing
  • Easy maintenance
  • Trained service team

BHS recycling technical center

Link to tests at BHS technical center
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