Solutions for reduction of CO2-emissions

With Eggersmann Fuel, the Eggersmann Group has developed a complete system for the production of RDF which is especially suited for those countries with the highest population densities and the largest open-surface areas with simultaneously high average temperatures.
The first Backhus CON 100, the world’s largest compost turner, in operation in Iraq. Photo: Eggersmann

Eggersmann Fuel significantly reduces landfill masses, leachate and CO2-emissions while at the same time protecting natural resources. At the heart of the system is the Backhus CON 100, which is currently the largest compost turner in the world, with a working width of 10 m.

Eggersmann also has a new development in the mechanical waste treatment sector. A video wall enables the visitors of the exhibition stand a view into a large-scale highly-automated recycling plant for lightweight packaging and gives a sound introduction into Sorting 4.0.

At IFAT, Eggersmann will furthermore provide information about the enhanced bunker system for bag openers and dosing hoppers of the BRT HARTNER brand, as well as the modified and therefore more maintenance-friendly ballistic separator and the completely upgraded bale dewiring system.

Furthermore, the company expanded and added practical developments to its portfolio of mobile machinery. Visitors can experience first-hand the new Teuton Z 50 single-shaft shredder on a 3-axle chassis and the Forus SE 250 two-shaft shredder.

The A 38 brings a new and welcome addition to the well-known BACKHUS family of compost turners.

Eggersmann at IFAT: Hall B5, Booth 427/526


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