Shredding technology and system solutions for mechanical and chemical processing

At this year's IFAT Lindner will be showcasing product innovations in shredding as well as efficient system solutions.

The focus will be on classic input materials such as commercial, industrial and municipal solid waste, waste wood and scrap, and the mechanical and chemical recovery of plastics. At an expert talk on the Orange Stage, Lindner also wants to present innovative approaches to successfully address chemical recycling demands.

Lindner will be presenting two new products at IFAT 2024. The new stationary universal shredder with twin-shaft technology is primarily geared towards waste wood, industrial and commercial waste and scrap. The second product innovation, an electrically powered semi-mobile single-shaft shredder with an independent track drive, covers an even wider range of input materials thanks to its modular cutting system.

The Komet series offers improved ease of maintenance thanks to screwable knife holders. In addition, a new Urraco shaft pair will be showcased, which has been specifically developed for scrap recycling and significantly increases efficiency. If used as a coarse primary shredder upstream of a hammer mill or a cross flow shredder, it considerably maximises the hammer mill’s output and reduces the need for maintenance.

As a manufacturer of shredding solutions, Lindner has had an in-house engineering department for decades that offers all-in-one mechanical and chemical recycling solutions. The portfolio ranges from commercial and industrial waste to a wide variety of plastics, dry and wet applications, and chemical recycling.

Hall B6, Booth 251/350
Outside area: VDMA Practical Days


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