Recycling technology

Creating value from waste materials

The crushing machines are at the core of the mechanical processing of recycling materials. We have a wide range of skills, both in machine technology and in process technology. We produce both cutting crushers and machines based on the principle of impact and shear crushing. Our machines are suitable for a variety of waste materials containing metals, for refuse-derived fuels, tires, plastics and paper, as well as for domestic and industrial waste.

The crushing machines are used to reduce the size of individual pieces of input material. They also selectively expose compound materials and clean or pelletize metals. Crushing is the first step in the process and is followed by separation. It has a decisive influence on the yield and quality of the secondary raw materials obtained. BHS machines have a number of parameters that are optimally configured at the factory based on your requirements. They can also be adjusted during operation as needed.

We plan and design complete recycling systems based on our crushing machines, customized to your requirements. Numerous references are proof of our wide-ranging skills in the processing of a large variety of recycling materials with metal content.

The correct selection of machines for the processing of secondary materials always depends on the job in question. We offer to carry out tests at our recycling technology center in Sonthofen using original machinery to help our customers make the right choice.

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‘Recycling solutions’ brochure (PDF / 6.0 MB)
‘Recycling solutions’ brochure

This overview brochure introduces the BHS recycling solutions.

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