The compost turner BACKHUS A 30 impresses with its robust and
compact design and is easy to handle thanks to its intuitive operation.
The machine, which was specially developed for turning windrows, is
self-propelled, so that no additional tractor is needed. The compact
rubber track chassis ensures the best handling characteristics, while
the automatic ground contour adjustment of the track clearers provides
the windrow turner with special agility. In addition, the track clearers
allow the windrows to be set up toe-to-toe, resulting in an optimal area
The rotor of the compost turner is height-adjustable, completely reversible and its rotational speed can be adjusted continuously. The machine is very easy to maintain and is characterized by its low downtime.
The windrow turner BACKHUS A 30 runs an economical diesel technology. The installed diesel engine meets the current emissions standard IV EuroMot / Tier 4.
Thanks to its low weight, the turner can even be transported with a car trailer, which makes it particularly suitable for flexible use on different plants.
The BACKHUS A 30 is particularly often used in the composting of manure on farms, in gardening and landscaping, in fruit and vegetable cultivation or in municipal parks as well as for composting digestate. Up to 700 m³ material per hour can be turned by the BACKHUS A 30 compost turner.
A proven concept with short payback. The BACKHUS A 36 is a great value and an ideal entry level machine into professional composting at a very reasonable price. This turner is already one of the most efficient solutions within its class.
If you are the operator of a medium-sized treatment or composting plant
and your customers place the highest demands on the final product, or you
are looking for a high-performance, self-propelled turner for use across
different operations, where compact dimensions are just as important to you
as an ergonomic operating mode, then the BACKHUS A 45 windrow turner
is just the right machine for you.
The turner machine can be used for composting of agricultural waste, organic waste or sewage sludge. The turner has a width of 4.5 m and height of up to 2.3 m, allowing it to reach a turning capacity of up to 3,000 m³ per hour, depending on the material. In addition to this, the windrow turner features fuel efficient, low consumption diesel engine technology. Naturally, the integrated engine meets the requirements of current emission standards.
The BACKHUS A 45 windrow turner is available in both wheeled and tracked drive versions. The compact working and movement dimensions for both versions are impressive and make them ideally suited for use across different operations.
The turner machine will actively contribute to efficiency and process improvement. With their track clearers, it is possible to run triangular windrows next to each other. It is not necessary to have a drive track between windrows, resulting in efficient use of space the best possible utilisation of operating area.
BACKHUS customers all around the world appreciate the comprehensive and comfortable standard equipment of our windrow turners. The panorama cabin of the turner is freely accessible and generously dimensioned and includes a modern LED touch screen display, an air-sprung cloth seat and a joystick for practical one-hand operation. In addition to the simple and ergonomic operation, the machine also benefits from useful and uncomplicated access to relevant maintenance and inspection components.
There is a range of design options to extend the BACKHUS A 45 windrow turner to meet your specific requirements. For example, the side conveyor ensures effective use of space, and a fleece winder facilitates improvement of the composting process. The use of irrigation during turning has a similar positive effect on the composting process. The potential to adapt the BACKHUS A 45 to individual requirements makes it the perfect multi-purpose machine for every plant operator.
Outstanding performance is a result of cutting edge technology. With its outstanding turning capacity of up to 6,800 m³/h, extreme sturdiness and intelligent technology the BACKHUS A 75 meets all demands of modern turning. No matter what working width you may choose, your BACKHUS A 75 will set new standards in power, efficiency and handling.
Since industrial scale composting first started in Europe, numerous
investigations and studies have been carried out into the process management
for composting facilities. Trade and technical journals have continuously
pointed out that the turning with a triangular windrow turner, for
example, improves and accelerates the composting process.
When traversing the windrows, the material is loosened and homogeneously mixed with respect to composition and moisture content. Ideal mixing of the core and edge zones is also achieved. Simultaneously, the compost material is subject to gentle and continuous pulping and is also supplied with sufficient oxygen.
It is, therefore, well worthwhile considering the BACKHUS A 60 / A 65 triangular windrow turners not just as an extension of your individual composting strategy, but also as a low-key process control tool that ensures the high quality of your end product.
By using the self-propelled turner for composting of organic, green and agricultural waste or industrial sludge you will achieve outstanding throughput rates of up to 5,500 m³ per hour. In addition, BACKHUS brand machines are also the choice of professionals in the fields of both soil remediation and substrate mixing.
The extensive standard equipment of the triangular windrow turner can be extended, according to customer requirements, with features for process improvement, such as, fleece winders and side offset or irrigation systems. The BACKHUS team will also be pleased to assist you with help and advice in developing individual process solutions. If, for example, you wish to sprinkle lime during the mixing process or add fine doses of other liquids to promote the rotting process, we can implement your ideas together.
Although the BACKHUS A 60 / A 65 triangular windrow turners have excellent throughput rates, they are noted for low fuel consumption. They also have compact dimensions for operating and transport and are therefore ideally suited for flexible use across different operations. Furthermore, the access points, designed for easy maintenance and cleaning of all relevant machine components, such as rotor, frame or chassis, make these machines particularly attractive. Both models of the machine are available with wheeled and tracked drive.
Other features, designed to ensure comfort during turning, include the spacious mobile cabin with all-round 360-degree panoramic view. The ergonomic operating design includes air-cushioned driver's seat, integrated armrests on both sides, joystick and LED displays with touch screen, and make windrow turning an experience to remember.
As the operator of a large-scale plant for the treatment or composting of
organic waste, you probably depend daily on the use of transfer technology
machinery that meets the highest demands. Performance, reliability and
ergonomics are just a few of the requirements to be met. Alternatively, if
you are currently still in the planning phase of a composting plant with
high input quantities, you will also be facing a similar situation. You will
not only be looking for a self-propelled windrow turner that has the
highest level of throughput, you will also need to be impressed by its
practical and flexible handling. This is where your search is over, because
with the BACKHUS A 75 you will have found what you need.
Whether for organic or green waste, sewage sludge or even palm oil residues and sugar cane production, you will be making a decision that delivers efficient windrow composting. Equally, the self-propelled windrow turner is also extremely capable in the fields of soil remediation and industrial mixing of different substrates. With the throughput rates it achieves, of up to 7,000 m³ per hour, you will be amazed at the productivity!
And if you are thinking that a machine with such outstanding performance also comes with high fuel consumption, then this is not the BACKHUS A 75. With the integrated BACKHUS Management System (BMS), the self-propelled windrow turner is adapted to your needs to provide reliable, heavy-duty work and optimise the performance of the machine. As a result, fuel savings of up to 15% are possible. And that is not exactly a negligible amount with a powerful 450 kW drive motor.
Like the other BACKHUS brand mobile turners, the largest model also has compact operating and transport dimensions. In addition to the high flexibility that results, and the corresponding ideal suitability to use across different operations, the impressive features of the BACKHUS A 75 include a highly efficient footprint with possibly the best in class space utilisation. Because of its track clearers, triangular windrows can be placed right next to each other so that an additional lane between the windrows becomes redundant.
The frame of the BACKHUS A 75 windrow turner is ergonomically designed, so that the material to be turned only comes into contact with the rotor during turning. As the material is discharged, the windrow is simultaneously reformed almost without touching the machine frame.
When it comes to ergonomics, a further highlighted feature of the machine is the spacious 360-degree panoramic cabin. Equipped with a driver's seat with air suspension and armrests, generous LED touch screen displays and a joystick installed for convenient one-hand operation, it becomes a comfort zone with every pass of a windrow.
Why not request further information today, and discover your own new self-propelled windrow turner, made in Germany!
for enclosed applications and indoor plants. The BACKHUS Lane Turner incorporates the proven plant technology of BACKHUS. It offers high efficiency and turning performance and combines great economy, low maintenance and long life for composting, bioremediation and MSW treatment between lane walls or in tunnels.
All Benefits at a Glance:
BACKHUS CON combines the proven BACKHUS turning technology with the flexible CONVAERO system, allowing for efficient turning in lanes for composting and biological drying of municipal solid waste and organic wastes, digestate and sewage sludge. The turner is equipped with a crawler chassis used to run along the lane walls while turning within the walls. BACKHUS CON is furthermore equipped with two membrane winders that simultaneously wind and unwind the membranes during the turning process. This ensures a virtually closed system even during turning.
This innovation from Eggersmann is available for lane widths of 6 m (BACKHUS CON 60), 7.5 m (BACKHUS CON 75) and 10 m (BACKHUS CON 100).
The Bag Opener BRT HARTNER BO opens the plastic bags and transfers the metered material to the subsequent sorting and preparation plants. The machine is available as a standard model or in combination with a charging hopper. The hopper is fed batchwise by a front loader.
The BRT HARTNER BOS opens the small plastic waste bags and transfers the materials to downstream sorting and recovery plants. The BRT HARTNER BOS is available in basic design. In combination with a pre-connected Feed and Metering Hopper of the D-series the Bag Opener will reach its highest efficiency. The hopper is charged batchwise per front-end loader or gripper.
The Ballistic Separator BRT HARTNER BS is the best choice for an
effective sorting process at low cost and with high availability. It
separates the material into three fractions. The separation process is done
in just one step. The movement of the paddles sets the infeed material into
vibration for a vertical as well as a horizontal conveying direction. The
vertical acceleration mixes the material thoroughly which leads to excellent
separation and yields a high screening quality.
The BS Ballistic Separator separates the material based on the climbing ability and the irregular ballistic behavior of the components. Rolling and bulky objects, stones, bottles and other hollow bodies submit to the ballistic principle and travel to the lower end of the machine (3D) where they are discharged. Lightweight and flat material, foils, textiles and paper migrate upward, subject to their individual climbing ability, to the overflow at the upper end of the machine (2D). During this process, the lightweight matter is hurled up repeatedly. By the time the matter lands on the screen, most of the fine debris clinging to it (such as moist soil or dust) will have been removed. A third fraction is achieved as a sieve fraction by the perforation of the sieve on the paddles. The size of the sieve grid can be chosen according to the material.
The conveying speed, the ballistic separation and the level of material mixing can be adjusted by modifying the rotational speed. A separation precision of up to 90% can be achieved with the BRT HARTNER Ballistic Separator.
The Ballistic Separator persuades with its sturdy machine design for continuous operation, with its wide variety for different types of application and with its patented bearing. These bearings are exchangeable without dismounting of the shaft. A high-maintenance crankshaft is not necessary. The shock-absorber-system for each paddle and the central lubrication system complete this ballistic classifier. It is available in different construction designs, variable widths and lengths and with several types of additional equipment.
The machine is driven by an electric gear motor. The corresponding frequency converter is also supplied. The transfer of the torque onto the crankshaft at the output side is done by the paddles. The sieve grids are easily exchangeable. Maintenance of the ballistic classifier is made easy by maintenance openings which are secured with safety door switches.
The Ballistic Separator BRT HARTNER BPS is the best choice for an
effective sorting process with high availability at low cost. The Ballistic
Separator separates the material into two fractions. The waste paper falls
through the openings of the paddles. Subject to its climbing ability
cardboard travels upward, to the overflow at the upper end of the machine.
The vertical acceleration mixes the material thoroughly which leads to good
separation with a high separation quality. The construction with several
screening decks in a row supports the efficiency.
Ballistic Separators are the best alternative in comparison to disc screens or rotor screens. They are nearly entanglement-free as well as maintenance-friendly and flexible in use.
The size of the openings in the paddles is reduced for the fine screening of the previously generated mixed paper fraction. Thus, problematic fine shares and impurities are removed from the material which enhances the deinking quality.
A sturdy machine design for continuous operation, a wide variety for different types of application and a patented bearing distinguish the BRT HARTNER BPS Ballistic Separator. The bearings are exchangeable without dismounting of the shaft. A high-maintenance crankshaft is not necessary. In addition, the machine impresses with a shock-absorber-system for each paddle and a central lubrication system. It is available in different construction designs, variable lengths and widths and with several types of additional equipment.
The machine is driven by an electric gear motor with frequency converter, the transfer of the torque onto the crankshaft at the output side is done by the paddles. The sieve grids can be exchanged easily. Maintenance openings which are secured with safety door switches facilitates the maintenance of the Ballistic Separator BPS.
Your sorting plant receives mixed fractions of waste paper and cardboard
from municipal collection? You want these fractions to be separated and
prepared for manual, mechanical or optical sorting? The oversize fraction
from the screening process is to be supplied to further sorting and
subsequently to deinking? Our Disc Screen / Rotor Screen BRT HARTNER SF
is the right choice for highest quality screening of mixed paper at an
excellent cost-benefit ratio.
Suitable machines for the professional cleaning and separation of high quantities of cardboard-wastepaper-mixes are either Disc Screens / Rotor Screens or Ballistic Separators. Even though they are very different from each other, both systems have their justification and are equally effective and functional. The Eggersmann GmbH is one of the few companies that has both machine types in their product range under the brand of BRT HARTNER.
The Disc Screen / Rotor Screen BRT HARTNER SF has rotating rotor elements which consist of axles with oval discs. It is driven by an electrical gear motor with chains and sprockets. The up and down movement of the discs sets the material into a kind of “swimming” movement.
The SF Fine Screen moves the material to the upper discharge point with small steel discs. In addition, it is equipped with two or three screening decks, depending on the requested throughput performance. Each deck is fitted with its own drive motor. The decks are arranged in cascades, so the material is turned over at least once. Furthermore, the rotational speed of each deck can be optimally adjusted via frequency converter. The newspapers and magazines are separated and moved over the decks. Small disruptive elements like cigarette packets, scraps of paper, crown corks, bottle caps and other similar fine parts are cleaned out, separated and discharged through the screen discs to a hopper underneath the screening machine.
The SF Fine Screen by BRT HARTNER creates two fractions: one clean mixed paper fraction suitable for further treatment and one fine fraction.
You are aiming to sort and separate cardboard and paper in your plant to
generate high quality products at the highest efficiency and lowest costs?
The treatment process in a sorting plant for waste paper is always the same: The paper-cardboard-mix from municipal collection is first fed to a Feed Hopper. This machine loosens up the material and evenly transfers it to subsequent coarse screening. Here, cardboard (approx. larger than a pizza box) is separated. The resulting mixed paper fraction, a mixture of newspapers, magazines, small cardboard and books, is supplied to further treatment. This treatment includes the separation of the fines within the material, the separation of small cardboard pieces as well as films and foils and other impurities. The final goal of the separation process is a deinking fraction with a maximum of 3 % impurities.
We have a wide variety of machines and systems under the name of BRT HARTNER to facilitate your plant processes. Our Disc / Rotor Screen BRT HARTNER SC is for example used for the separation of large carboard pieces.
The Coarse Screen BRT HARTNER SC is equipped with electric gear motors which are driven with chains and sprockets. In addition, it is equipped with rotating rotor elements which each consists of an axle with oval discs. Due to their special rubber mix, the discs have sufficient grip to move the cardboard over the screen to the upper discharge point. However, newspapers, magazines and other material of the mixed paper fraction are pulled downwards through the screening discs to a discharge conveyor (to be provided by the customer).
The Coarse Screen is available with two or three screen decks, depending on the requested throughput. The rotational speed of each screen deck can be optimally adjusted via frequency converter as each deck has its own drive motor.
The coarse screening with the Disc / Rotor Screen produces two fractions: one cardboard fraction and one mixed paper fraction.
In general, cardboard and waste paper can be sorted either with Disc / Rotor Screens or with Ballistic Separators. Both systems work quite differently, however their results with regard to efficiency and functionality speak for themselves. BRT HARTNER is one of the few manufacturers that specializes in both machines.
For more information about our Opening, Dosing or Sorting systems please get in touch with us. We are looking forward to your call: +49 5451 50773-0.
You are looking to optimize your processing plant for electric and
electronic household appliances of collection group 5? Currently, your
employees still have to elaborately unscrew the casings or even manually
break them open? This confronts you with work safety issues on a regular
basis? Your search is over, because you have found the right machine for the
job with the Electric Waste Dismantler EWD by BRT HARTNER.
Lawn mowers, vacuum cleaners, electric kettles, blenders or radios – the sturdy dismantling machine EWD opens up plastic casings easily and reliably. The metal parts or cable reels within the electronic devices remain intact when the housings are broken up. This is especially important for components which contain toxic substances, for example capacitors, batteries or ink cartridges. The large casing fragments can then easily be separated from circuit boards, knives and blades, cables, fans, etc. Cables are loosened up. Because of the self-cleaning function of the dismantler, tubes, pipes, cables or other winding and tangling components do not pose a problem.
Your operating staffs’ job is made considerably easier by breaking open the electric devices and by a dosed material transfer. Besides a significant saving of time, the machine also effects a noticeable reduction of risk of injuries.
The dismantler for electronic waste is a so-called slow-runner, a low-speed machine. The relatively low rotational speed ensures that emission levels such as noise and dust remain way below the values of shredders or other dismantling machines.
The BRT HARTNER EWD for the processing of waste of electric and electronic equipment (WEEE) provides an affordable, compact machine which is easily incorporated into existing plant processes. A sub-structure, an infeed chute with fill level sensor and additional conveyor technology ca also be supplied on request. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
The electric and electronic waste dismantler EWD by BRT HARTNER is supplied ready to connect.
The Bale Breaker BRT HARTNER BB serves for breaking open
compressed bales of PET-bottles, waste paper, residual waste, plastic
waste and many other recyclables. Then the unraveled and metered
material is transported downstream to subsequent treatment processes.
The Bale Opener BB does not crush but loosen the material for a
most effective material sorting.
The integrated standard moving floor conveyor allows for an even material stream to the bale breaking unit, which consist of a drum and a dynamic down holding device. This system ensures ideal loosening of the material without blockages by impurities.
The Bale Breaker reaches a throughput of up to 10 tons per hour and is designed for a maximum press bale weight of 1.500 kg.
The Bale Opener BRT HARTNER BB is equipped with volume flow control. Sensors determine the output rate. The adjustment of the drum speed and the moving floor speed ensures an even material output. Additionally, the Bale Breaker can be equipped with an optical sensor to monitor the filling level of the machine to avoid it from running dry.
Depending on the type of feeding, the Bale Breaker is available both with an open feeding area (entry of the bales by fork lift truck) as well as with a closed bunker (entry of loose material by wheel loader). The hopper walls of the Bale Opener are designed as removable plug-in walls. Thus, the wall elements can be added or removed as required.
Furthermore, the Bale Breaker BB is perfectly suitable for long feeding intervals due to its large bale hopper.
The BRT HARTNER BB is ready for connection including all drives and electric control unit.
BRT HARTNER D Feed and Metering Hoppers are designed for
buffering (storing) as well as for continuous and even feeding of the
most different material types. The bunkers are equipped with an
electrical volume flow regulation, a frequency-controlled dosing unit
BRT HARTNER MF Moving Floor.
Optical sensors control the material layer and height on the discharge belt. The rotational speed of the dosing unit and the velocity of the moving floor are adjusted accordingly.
The Dosing Bunker is preferably employed for the feeding of sorting and recovery plants with waste paper, packaging waste, MSW (household waste), commercial waste, waste wood, organic waste and wood chips. Special material like glass, electric and electronic waste, tyre shreds, heavyweight shredder material or rejects can also be processed.
A wheel loader can for example be used for loading of the buffer bunker. The BRT HARTNER Feed and Metering Hopper is designed in several sizes in order to accommodate to different conveying capacities and feeding intervals. The moving floor transports the material to the built-in dosing unit. Here, the material is loosened up and transferred to subsequent processes as an even material stream.
The sensor-supported volume flow control works completely automatic. This guarantees low staff costs, higher process reliability as well as higher throughput rates.
The maintenance and cleaning efforts for the BRT HARTNER Dosing Hopper are very low, as is the operating effort due to its well thought-out construction design.
The implementation of a moving floor conveyor is recommended
when large quantities of material have to be processed, when the
material contains mostly abrasive and heavy components or when high
availability of the conveyor and bunker technology is required.
Therefore, moving floor conveyors are mostly used in plants with
three-shift or multiple-shift-systems and in the power plant sector.
The BRT HARTNER MF Moving Floor Conveyor can funnel all kinds of material, no matter if it is light, heavy, moist, sticky or abrasive. The machine is available in freely configurable lengths and widths in modular design. The combination of different modules enables the realization of any desired hopper surface size.
Each Moving Floor Conveyor of BRT HARTNER consists of three push-board groups. Each group can be moved independently from the others. For transporting of material, all three groups are moved in the requested transport direction. The material then moves along with it.
The material transport is effected by forward and backward movement of the push-boards. During the following strokes, the groups are individually withdrawn. The material is held back on the unmoved push-boards. By reversing the transport direction, an optimal feeding of the hopper is achieved before the material is being transported to subsequent processes. Additional equipment such as side walls, substructures, filling funnels or material discharge systems can be added by BRT HARTNER as required.
The design of all components of the moving floor conveyor is very sturdy, therefore the machine has a high load-bearing capacity and it is impervious to impact loads. Additionally, the BRT HARTNER Moving Floor Conveyor is available as a drivable heavy-duty design for trucks and wheel loaders. Another application of the moving floor is the high-rise bunker design for direct loading of trucks.
You are a plant operator for mechanical-biological waste processing?
Your internal treatment processes are often decelerated or blocked? Are
you missing decoupling and material buffering? Would you like materials
such as bio waste or compost to be loosened up and fed to subsequent
processes in a dosed manner? In short, you are looking for a solution
for optimal buffering and decompression? Then make the right choice
today with the Feed Hopper / Dosing Hopper with integrated
Decompactor by BRT HARTNER.
The BRT HARTNER DC is implemented in mechanical and biological treatment plants for the processing of intermediate products. It is especially suitable for fine-grained material like green cuttings, bio waste, kitchen waste, organic production residues and also plastic waste. The Feed Hopper / Dosing Hopper with Decompaction Rollers is a great complement to the proven and well-established BRT HARTNER Feed and Metering Hopper D which was designed for more coarse material with a larger grit size and higher share of bulky material and impurities. Both machines serve for infeed, buffering, loosening and dosed feeding of material to subsequent plant components.
For the material transport within the Feed Hopper with Decompactor a scrape chain conveyor with a sturdy flat link chain is used. Depending on the input material, a belt conveyor can be used as an alternative.
Feeding of the Dosing Bunker can be done by wheel loader or grab crane. Depending on the requirements, the BRT HARTNER DC can be equipped with one or several decompaction rollers. The rollers loosen up the input material, mix it up and feed it evenly to subsequent processing stages.
Feed Hoppers with Decompaction Rollers consist of a heavy, sturdy and torsion-resistant sheet steel and sectional steel construction. They are adapted to the respective requirements of the input material (type of material, tool shape, decompactor roller, etc.). Furthermore, the hopper is - as far as possible - sealed against fines and liquids. These are discharged together with the material, thus not soiling the area underneath the machine.
Additionally, the Dosing Bunker is available in two different working widths. The BRT HARTNER DC 14 has a working width of 1400 mm and a bunker volume of 11 to 25 m³. The possible throughput is approx. 200 m³/h. The larger model DC 20 (working width 2000 mm) offers a hopper volume of 15 to 30 m³ and throughputs of up to 300 m³/h.
The BRT HARTNER DC Feed Hopper with Decompactor is the best choice for more efficient treatment of compressed and moist material within your recycling plant!
You are operating a sorting plant for lightweight packaging material
from household-type waste collection? At the end of the treatment
process you would like to press PET bottles and other hollow bodies made
of plastic with a baling press or a compacting container? You are
looking for a solution to optimally prepare the material for the
pressing process? For example, letting air and liquids out of the
lightweight packaging material? This important task can be handled by
our PET-Perforators BRT HARTNER PS / PD!
The Perforator for PET material by BRT HARTNER is equipped with a rotating drum with sturdy knives, an electrical gear motor, a clamping flap (pressing mechanism) and a frame. The bottles and hollow bodies are grabbed and pulled into a gap between the clamping flap and the drum. The distance is reduced so the containers are not just punctured, but also compressed. Air and also liquids can escape. The bottles and containers are now reduced in volume and cannot roll any longer which facilitates material buffering and conveying. Collection hoppers can accommodate large material quantities. The conveyor belt is used more efficiently, so the baling press can be filled up faster. If required, a bar of counter-knives can be mounted to the clamping flap in order to enable the machine to also perforate very small bottles.
The knives of the Perforator are made of wear-resistant steel and can be re-sharpened. They are sturdy enough to also use the machine as a glass-crusher or for aluminum cans. Foreign or disruptive objects within the material are no problem either.
The PET Perforator can be embedded into a discharge chute of a manual sorting line or mounted above a mobile infeed belt to a baling press. Freestanding machines with infeed chutes and substructure can be realized as well. The Perforator is available in three different working widths and also as a double machine (Double Perforator BRT HARTNER PD).
With the Perforators PS / PD the material volume can be reduced by more than 30 %. The low investment costs as well as its long operational life additionally facilitate the decision! Give us a call today under the following phone number: +49 5451 50773-0.
You are operating a mechanical sorting plant? After dosed and metered
feeding, pre-shredding or bag opening you want the material to be
divided into several fractions? You would like to separate the fines
from the large impurities and disruptive material in just one step in
order to facilitate sorting out the recyclable material? You want the
material to be loosened up and have an even and metered material stream?
Then you have found the right machine with the stationary screen drum
BRT HARTNER SD!
Screening Drums separate the material into different sized fractions. Up to four grain fractions can be produced this way. Suitable input material is for example household waste, bio waste, compost, refuse-derived fuel, commercial waste or construction waste. The type of waste, the requested throughput rate and the required particle size define the size and dimension of the stationary trommel screen.
The rotary movement of the drum transfers a high level of kinetic energy onto the material. This results in a very thoroughly loosening of the waste with ideal separation outcome. Especially with flat material parts the stationary sieve drum BRT HARTNER SD shows excellent separation characteristics.
The exchangeable screen sheet metal plates of the stationary trommel screen are designed either with round or rectangular holes, as well as an additional entangling protection for a particular type of material. This feature distinguishes the 3D-screens of the BRT HARTNER brand. Additional equipment like ripping tools, accelerators and mixers can be installed to influence and improve the screening results. The sturdy screen drum body with mechanically processed bearing races is driven by heavy-duty wheels.
The robust and wear-resistant sheet steel construction of the screen drum SD also persuades in regards to longevity and durability. Large maintenance flaps and doors facilitate easy access to all tools that might need inspection. Opt for the stationary trommel screen by BRT HARTNER today and undesired interruptions of your plant processes with long downtimes will be a thing of the past!
Windsifters classify the material into a lightweight and a
heavyweight fraction. The lighter material with its low specific weight
is separated by air flow from the heavy fraction material. Specially
pourable mixed plastics and source material for the production of refuse
derived fuel (RDF) are particularly suitable input material for this
machine. For good separation results, the ratio of the smallest to the
largest particle should be max. 1:4.
For optimal light-/heavy separation, the input material must be evenly discharged onto the acceleration belt of the air belt separator. Under the head of the acceleration belt an air nozzle is placed. The input material passes this nozzle in free fall. Very light components are blown out of the stream over the arch belt directly into the settling chamber. In the settling chamber the light fraction is separated from the air stream and discharged by the light material discharge belt.
In the transfer area of the air belt separator, the heavy parts fall down onto a heavy fraction discharge belt. All other parts bounce against the arch belt of the windsifter and are also separated into light and heavy fractions by the radius and the adjustable inclination of the arch belt.
The arch belt is the heart and core of the BRT HARTNER BBS Windsifter. This conveyor belt is arched and adjustable in several axles regarding its radius and the inclination. According to the chosen settings, specific material parts are sorted into the lightweight fraction and other material parts are sorted into the heavyweight fraction with the conveying movement of the arch belt conveyor. Changes of the settings lead to changes in the separation results.
The arch belt separator BRT HARTNER BBS operates in recirculation mode, meaning it obtains the supply air from the expansion chamber. A second fan extracts the dust-laden air from the settling chamber through a filter and transfers the cleaned air to the surroundings. The separated dust is supplied to the light material fraction.
There are problems with the material in your biological waste
treatment plant? It is too wet, too heavy and too inhomogeneous? You
would like to dry digestate mixtures and drive out ammonia by pressure
ventilation all in one step? Additionally, you want an optimal treatment
of the biological material? Our Digestate Dryer BRT HARTNER DCD
is the ideal solution for your requirements.
The composting of digestates can become problematic when the water content is too high. Our machine for the treatment and processing of fermentation residue can help.
The Digestate Dryer is ideally suited for the pretreatment of fermentation residue by mixing, homogenizing and loosening the infeed substrates before aerobic treatment in dynamic material flow. The pressure ventilation of the material with preheated air provides optimized discharge of water and ammonia via the exhaust air. This is treated further via the exhaust air systems.
The drying method in detail: The BRT HARTNER Digestate Conditioner / Dryer is designed as a fully automated continuous dryer. The material is moved through the machine with a scrape chain conveyor. The supply of thermal energy is achieved via the bottom plate. On the one hand by active warming of the material with the incorporated floor heating, on the other hand by coupling of pre-heated supply air via channels in the bottom plate. The exhaust air is gathered above the material and then supplied to suitable exhaust air treatment.
Special mixing and turning rollers are installed into the conveying line of the machine for digestate treatment. During treatment, the material is intensively mixed, homogenized and loosened up in these areas. The decompaction unit at the discharge side ensures an even material discharge even with a material height of more than one meter on the discharge conveyor.
The material needs to be ventilatable for conditioning or drying. To ensure this, structural material is added, according to the consistency, before treatment with the Digestate Conditioner. This „aggregate material“ can be fresh material, recycled material from one of the subsequent treatment steps or output material from the machine – depending on the project. The added substrates are merged within the machine, then mixed and thermally dried, so they are optimally suited for the subsequent processes.
Especially with increased requirements and demands to the homogeneity of the output fraction, the dynamic loosening of the material enhances the result and the degree of efficiency.
With the Digestate Dryer BRT HARTNER DCD you can improve and enhance your treatment process for fermentation residue.
You are operating a biological waste treatment plant? You need to mix
moist bio material, difficult organic residue or sewage sludge with
structural material? Digestates have to be pretreated before aerobic
treatment? You want to produce a ventilatable, almost homogeneous
material for the rotting unit with the corresponding air pore volume?
Then you need to go for our Digestate Mixer for the pretreatment of
fermentation residues BRT HARTNER DM.
The DM Digestate Mixer by BRT HARTNER is used for aerobic treatment - respectively for preparation for the further composting process - of digestates, sewage sludge or similar material. The structureless material is mixed with structural material such as green waste, raw compost or screen overflow.
The advantage of the Mixing Unit by BRT HARTNER: Due to the mixing system of the substrates with mixing rollers in a dynamic material flow, compaction or kneading effects are avoided and the substrate is homogenized and loosened up. The result is optimal starting material for the subsequent aerobic treatment (rotting). By adding structural material and thereby an increase in air pore volume, the decomposing unit is adequately supplied with oxygen at the start. In the course of the rotting process this should additionally be supported by turning the material. Our sister brand BACKHUS has a variety of solutions for this in their product range.
The Digestate Mixer for the pretreatment of fermentation residues BRT HARTNER DM features a high throughput rate at a simultaneously high stability against impurities. Therefore, it is ideally suited both for integration into the automated material flow of continuously operated plans as well as for feeding by wheel loader in batch operated plants.
Composting facilities that are already in operation can easily be retrofitted with the Digestate Mixer.
The Mixing Unit for Digestates by BRT HARTNER can help you with the treatment step that has been missing from your plant so far or that has caused problems? We would be glad to provide advice, so please feel free to give us a call: +49 5451 50773-0.
The TEUTON Z 55’s shredding unit consist of 4 parts – the frame, roller, screen basket system and maintenance door with removable counter-blade.
Three metres long, the roller is equipped with 30 removable tools. Its simple and soild design allows for quick and flexible gap adjustment between the roller tools and the counter-blade. Depending on the requirements, more than ten different adjustment options are available to adjust the desired size of the end product.
Once the material has passed through the counter-blade, it falls onto the optional screen basket, which encloses the bottom half of the roller. The screen basket further varies the size of the end product.
The TEUTON Z 55 shreds the most diverse materials into different fractions – at maximum performance. For optimum adaptability to various tasks, the TEUTON can furthermore be equipped with many tools, counter-blades and screen baskets. This degree of flexibility has no equal on the market!
TEUTON ZS 55 by Eggersmann is currently the most versatile stationary shredder on the market.
From coarse pre-shredding – even of the most difficult feed materials – to the finished end product, the TEUTON ZS 55 offers great application versatility thanks to its unique screen basket system. The machine can be flexibly set up to account for various framework conditions such as input material, throughput and desired end grain size and can this be incorporated into existing recycling processes and plants with ease.
Thanks to its sturdy steel construction, TEUTON ZS 55 can deal with extremely high stress and thus delivers a continuous shredding process as well as a uniform discharge of shredded material to the downstream conveying systems.
TEUTON ZS 55 only requires minimal maintenance. The daily check requires nothing more than opening the shredding chamber from the machine’s touch panel, providing safe and comfortable access.
You may rely on the support of professional equipment for shredding
and blending of commercial or electronic waste, or plastic sheet or
paper? Or you could be running an agricultural contracting business for
the treatment of wood and biomass and are looking for a suitable
pre-shredder for material pre-treatment? Alternatively, you might be
specialised in shredding and composting of grass and tree cuttings and
wish to optimise your plant and equipment? Whatever you need, we can
solve the problem! The FORUS SE 250 slow-running pre-shredder is
an appropriate choice for the efficient shredding of a wide variety of
The FORUS SE 250 pre-shredder is suitable for all types of refuse and wood. Household, bulk, or commercial waste, plastic sheet, paper and electronic waste are shredded just as effortlessly as reclaimed and demolition timber, green waste and root stocks. Depending on the input material, throughput is between 10 to a maximum of 40 tonnes per hour (household waste: 40 t/h, wood 15-20 t/h, commercial waste 10-15 t/h). The final particle size varies from 0 to 350 mm, and is always dependent on the input material and the crushing beam selected. This can be raised and lowered hydraulically and is available from type A1 to A4, depending on requirements.
The FORUS twin-shaft shredder is available in two different versions. The multifunctional shredding unit has 65 tools and two independently rotating rollers. This is best suited for shredding refuse, commercial waste and wrapping material. The crusher plant, with triangular blades (some 40-80 tools), has two synchronously rotating rollers and is used for shredding of wood and wood-like waste as well as green waste.
The large lift hopper allows for quick and easy filling of the pre-shredder by wheeled loader and is part of the special equipment. The galvanised magnet, above the belt of the slow-running unit is also included. This can also be moved or adjusted using the hydraulic system. Similarly, the galvanised discharge system allows for a material discharge height of 3,200 mm.
Service and maintenance are an easy task with the FORUS SE 250 pre-shredder. The generous maintenance doors ensure easier access to all components associated with inspection. And even changing the crushing shaft is not an issue with this machine. The machine is conveniently operated, in an uncomplicated manner, via radio remote control.
Get in contact with us today and find out more about our FORUS SE 250 slow-running twin-shaft shredder from Eggersmann! Our sales colleagues are ready to assist you under telephone number +49 (0) 3991 1723-0.
As the operator of a composting plant or biomass processing plant you
will need to ensure your material is screened efficiently? If you want
to sort two fractions to gain a marketable compost product (fine
fraction) as well as structural material (screen overflow or residue) to
reuse for composting; or, alternatively, if you have a specialist
recycling operation, and are looking for a mobile machine that can
readily screen heavy materials such as soils, sand or building rubble,
then simply get in touch. With its attractive price-performance ratio,
the Terra Select T 40 mobile trommel screen is certain to meet
The two-fraction machine from Terra Select is designed for professional use with almost all types of material. Whether with biomass, compost, soils or recycled wood, the mobile trommel screen can separate these substances just as easily as it can sort building rubble, refuse, metals and a whole range of other materials. The machine has a screen area of 19 m² and achieves a throughput of up to 100 m³ per hour depending on the type of material.
Due to its compact dimensions, with a drum diameter of just 1,600 mm and a length of 4,200 mm, the Terra Select T 40 Trommel Screen can be quickly and easily transported. It has an integrated 40 mm drawbar and is approved for use on public roads so that it can also be transported behind small commercial vehicles. On site, the mobile screen can be easily moved with a forklift truck or wheeled loader, ensuring it is set up for use in just 5 minutes.
As with the larger models from Terra Select, you will generally find that the T 40 trommel screen also has a great number of technical advantages: a generously powered diesel engine, well proportioned transfer points and wide conveyor belts with galvanised frames. The powerful, toothed hopper belt drive prevents slippage of the belt even with heavy materials and at the same time ensures a uniform feed of the material into the drum. Because it is equipped for professional use, the compact class screen almost achieves the performance of a five-meter class trommel screen.
In addition to the standard equipment, many customised features are available. For example, we can equip your machine with extended belts, a magnetic roller, a radio remote control or a Terra Select V 40 windsifting unit for the continuous cleaning of oversized grain. If there are other requirements for a trommel screen that you would like to discuss, please call us today!
You may be looking for a machine that screens two different
fractions. Or you want to have flexibility in selecting the type of
feedstock. Perhaps, for example, in your everyday processing operations
you are just as much involved with compost as with refuse or soil? Added
to this, you need a screening machine that has both compact dimensions
and a high level of technical refinement? Within the five metre
screening class, the T 50 mobile Trommel Screening Machine offers
you all round performance that will meet all your requirements.
Due to its high level of technical equipment, the T 50 can be used for virtually all types of materials. Regardless of whether you have compost, soil, refuse, wood or metal, the Terra Select trommel screen allows you easily separate fine and oversized particles. Alternatively, you may need a solution for another application. Just get in touch with us and we will be pleased to work out a solution together. Or simply take a look at our other Trommel Screening Machines yourself.
Usually in the five metre class, trommel screens are equipped with a 1,800 mm diameter drum (with a drum length of 4,500 mm). This is where the Terra Select T 50 shows an immediate big advantage: It has a 2,000 mm diameter drum that significantly increase screening performance by as much as 20%. This gives an output of up to 150 m³ per hour.
The filling hopper has been generously designed accordingly to match the throughput of the mobile Trommel Screening Machine. It has a capacity of more than 6 m³ and ensures uncomplicated loading using a wheeled loader or from a continuous screening process.
A specific and unique feature of the T 50 is the optional, extra-long fine particle belt. At a length of 8,060 mm, it is possible to increase the bulk cone formation by up to 80% compared to conventional fine particle belt lengths. In addition, it is positioned at a greater distance from the Trommel Screening Machine, making manoeuvring with a wheeled loader much easier.
Many of the high-quality drive elements in the Terra Select T 50 are derived from the larger T60 Trommel screen, one of the industry standards in the field of screening machines. This ensures long service life for the machine as well as a greater residual value.
Other key features of the T 50 Trommel Screening Machine
include the quiet-running diesel engine, the extra-wide conveyor belts
and the single piece conveyor belt for fine material.
As with the Terra Select T 40, the T 50 Trommel screen can also be customised to customer requirements. A magnet roller, a radio remote control or a mobile windsifting unit are just a few of the many options available. Please contact us to answer any questions and find out more about the T 50 Trommel Screening Machine.
If you are planning to start up in the screening business, you could
be looking for a reliable entry-level machine with an unbeatable
price-performance ratio. However, you will also be reluctant to restrict
yourself by a lack of features in the screen, such as a high degree of
flexibility in application, a good throughput and rapid readiness for
operation. Alternatively, you may already be a professional operator of
trommel screens and are seeking a machine in the six-metre class. To
meet your exacting requirements, you need a high-quality machine with a
good basic equipment specification and no unnecessary extras. This is
where the Terra Select T 55 Mobile Trommel Screen comes into its
own - you have found what you need!
The T 55 has been developed to fulfil the long-expressed wishes of customers for a screening machine positioned between the standard T 50 and T 60 models. The mobile trommel screen not only fills the gap between the two screening classes but, just like the other Terra Select trommel screen models, it also has an impressive combination of innovative technical solutions and flexible operation.
With a drum length of 5,500 mm and diameter of 2,000 mm, the T 55 achieves a throughput of up to 170 m³ per hour. The feed hopper of the trommel screen is generously proportioned to match and can be filled with up to 5 m³ of material. This facilitates easy loading by wheeled loader and at the same time ensures a continuous screening process.
A further advantage of the mobile trommel screen is its high flexibility in respect of other drums that are used. As a result, it is not only possible to combine the T 55 drive system with our own trommel screens, it is also compatible with models of other brand manufacturers.
Although the relatively high equipment specification of the T 55 is limited to the basic essentials, the machine is extremely versatile in terms of application. Materials such as compost, biomass, wood or household waste can be easily separated into two fractions (fine grain / oversize grain) with the trommel screen.
With the Terra Select T 55, you get a standardised machine with a basic equipment specification for professional use that will always give you reliable screening. If you are looking for additional extras or individual modifications to the mobile screen, then please take a look at our other Terra Select trommel screens.
If you are involved in the everyday treatment of raw compost,
biomass, wood, soil or household waste; or you are an expert in the
field of screening and separation technology and are well versed in
fraction screening, multi-fraction separation and windsifting, then the
professional Terra Select brand machines will already be familiar to
you. And if you are new to the industry, you can be certain of making
the right choice with Terra Select
trommel screens, star screens or wind sifters. The T 60 mobile
screening plant / trommel screen, for example, is regarded as a
classic machine, and is effectively the flagship among the drum
screening machines across all manufacturers.
The T 60 mobile trommel screen achieves impressive throughput rates. With a drum length of 5,500 mm and a drum diameter of 2,200 mm, screening capacities of up to 200 m³ per hour are possible.
In choosing the Terra Select T 60 you will have a true powerhouse! The powerful industrial diesel engine of the mobile screening plant is energy efficient and saves fuel. The unit also has reserves of power that ensure the reliable operation of additional equipment such as star screen panels or windsifters. A purely electric drive is available as an option with the trommel screen for low-emission use in treatment or composting halls. Maximum flexibility is also achieved with the optional hybrid drive.
The T 60 mobile screening plant has a wide range of special features that make everyday tasks much easier. The swivelling draw hitch, for example, allows the operator to manoeuvre the machine without great effort or trouble. Furthermore, the feed conveyor of the mobile screen has a positive-locking drive, which automatically starts or stops depending on the amount of material in the drum. This effectively avoids overloading the drum.
The well thought out engineering design of Terra Select mobile screening plants ensures a long service life. In addition, the high level of standard equipment can be extended by a wide range of specific customer add-ons.
The optional extra-long fine grain belt, for example, is a unique distinguishing feature that will improve your working procedures. With a length of 8,060 mm, the fine grain belt increases the bulk cone formation by up to 80% compared to conventional fine grain belt lengths. In addition, the screened fine fraction is spaced at a greater distance from the machine, and makes manoeuvring with a wheeled loader a relatively simple task.
Further optional extras for the T 60 trommel screen include the magnetic roller for separating magnetic metals or the radio remote control for more comfortable operation of the machine.
So, when selecting your screening machine, why not decide on the choice of professionals and join the list of many satisfied Terra Select customers!
You may be recording high volumes of material within your composting
or biomass processing plant. Or perhaps some of the input materials are
coarse or wet and therefore difficult to remove. In both these cases,
you will be looking for a screening machine that achieves the highest
possible throughput and high-quality end product, even under the most
difficult material conditions. This is where the Terra Select T 70 is
effective by making mobile screening just child's play.
The T 70 mobile screen has an impressive drum length of 7,500 mm and a drum diameter of 2,200 mm. With an effective screening area of some 46 m², it achieves sensational screening rates of up to 250 m³ per hour. Even materials that cannot or only be partially screened are ideally processed using the Terra Select trommel screen.
Mobile screening can be really easy - you just need the right machine! Right from initial filling of the large feed hopper, the impressive features of the T 70 trommel screening machine are evident. With a capacity of more than 6.5 m³, the hopper can be simply loaded with a wheeled loader and allows for an uninterrupted screening process. The powerful hopper belt is toothed to prevent slippage, even with heavy materials, while at the same time providing a uniform feed of material to the screen drum.
The unique differentiating feature of many Terra Select machines is the optional, extra-long fine grain belt. This complements the extensive level of standard equipment fitted to the T 70 trommel screen, along with many other optional extras available to customers, such as a magnet roller or radio remote control. With the extra-long fine grain belt (8,060 mm), the bulk cone formation is increased by up to 80% compared to conventional fine particle belt lengths. Due to the greater spacing between the screened material and the machine, manoeuvring with a wheeled loader becomes an uncomplicated task for the operator.
And that makes mobile screening a pleasant operation. In addition to the impressive screening performance and wide range of technical features, the maximised mobility and flexibility of the T 70 trommel screen make it highly attractive. When fitted with the optional swivelling draw hitch, the machine is particularly easy to manoeuvre. Designed to make it an articulated trailer, the machine is quick and easy to move around, making it ideally suitable for use across business operations. And of course, the T 70 trommel screening machine is also approved for road use.
The requirements on the end product obtained from screening of
biomass are demanding and continuously increasing. The purity of the
grade plays just as an important role here as does the final grain size
achieved. In addition, emphasis is placed on high throughput rates and
as many screen fractions per operation as possible. It therefore
logically follows that the screening machines used also need to be
constantly improved and developed further to meet specific customer
requirements. For this reason, Terra Select has taken the
basic industry standard T 60 trommel screening machine and developed
the DT60 and developed
the DT60 mobile double trommel screen to exceed all the demands
placed on a screening machine.
The Terra Select DT 60 offers you the perfect machine for three fraction screening of biomass, shredded green waste, tree bark and wood chips as well as sand, earth, stones and many other materials. In addition to the coarse fraction, the enlarged screen surface of the mobile double trommel screen also allows for screening of a medium and a fine fraction.
The screening process starts by screening coarse material before fine. The oversize grain is separated directly from the finer fractions, ensuring that the residual volume to be screened is significantly reduced. This allows screening in one operation at an impressively high throughput of materials, such as bark (0 - 10 mm, 10 - 40 mm,> 40 mm), wood chips (0 - 4 mm, 4 - 25 mm,> 25 mm) or rubble (0 - 15 mm, 15 - 80 mm,> 80 mm).
The Terra Select double trommel gives you a quality product that is noted for low susceptibility to wear and therefore the highest durability and service life. In addition to its robust construction, the great mobility is also impressive. Easy to use and flexible to transport, the mobile double trommel screen will prove itself to be a reliable partner in your everyday screening business. Moving and using the screen across operations is also not a problem, as the unit is approved for road use.
Further special features of the double trommel screen are the one-piece conveyor belts, each 6,700 mm long, for the fine and medium grain fractions and a generous filling hopper with a capacity of more than 6 m³.
If you only want to screen two fractions, but wish to achieve higher throughputs than with a conventional trommel screen, then even in this case you will be making the right decision with the Terra Select DT 60 mobile double trommel screen. Because of the sophisticated design of the DT 60, it is compatible with the single drum of the Terra Select T 60. Exchanging drums can be performed quickly and easily when required. The result is two fractions with the highest screening throughput!
So, call us today, and request more detailed information on the Terra Select DT 60 mobile double trommel screen. Our sales team is available to answer your questions on telephone number +49 4407 9133-700.
If you currently use a
trommel screen to produce two fractions in the treatment of biomass
or raw compost, you still may need an option for screening of the fine
fraction. Alternatively, you may be seeking a simple solution for
oversize separation that can be connected downstream of your
shredder. The Terra Select HKS 50 hook lift mobile star screen
will provide you with a completely independent, compact machine that
more than meets your requirements.
With a sieve area of 5.5 m², the HKS 50 mobile star screening machine achieves an impressive throughput. The two conveyor belts are also generously sized, with the belts for fine and coarse grain having a length of 6.1 m and 4.1 m and a width of 1 m and 1.34 m respectively.
Like the other machines in the Terra Select series, the HKS 50 hook lift mobile star screen is designed with the customer in mind. To allow the screening machine to be ideally matched to the requirements of the customer, various optional extras are available. For example, hydraulic supports can be ordered, which enable the complete machine to be lifted. This results in greater clearance under the discharge belts for larger discharge piles, and thus more effective screening time before the discharged material has to be removed for further treatment.
Flexibility is a key feature of the Terra Select mobile star screen. The cassette construction has been designed for fast and uncomplicated changeover of screening panels. Similarly, due to the large maintenance flaps, the shafts can also be changed with just a few simple steps in a short time.
Thanks to the integrated hook lift on one end of the machine and practical rollers on the other, the star screen can be easily moved and be ready for use again in a short space of time.
A further key feature of the hook lift mobile star machine is the optional built-in diesel generator, rated at 48 kVA. The built-in drive system allows the screen to be operated completely independently of upstream trommel screens or shredders.
So, to finally win the “fight” against your material feedstock, make a decision on our fully mobile star screen today. Whether its separating oversize lengths or a fine fraction after shredding, you will certainly be impressed by the Terra Select HKS 50.
You may already be the highly satisfied owner of a Terra Select
trommel or star screen producing two or three screen fractions. Equally
you could be using a machine from another manufacturer. Whatever the
circumstances in your treatment or composting plant, there are times
when screening of another fraction is called for. However, you may not
want to buy a new screening machine and would rather look for a
cost-effective alternative that also saves space. And the ideal solution
would be an additional screen that can be quickly and easily integrated
into the existing screening process. If this sounds familiar, then you
are in luck, because the Terra Select R 60 / R 70 mobile screening
panel is the perfect product to meet your needs.
The screening unit will aid you in the processing of biomass, compost or recycled timber. It does not matter whether you use trommel or star screens within your screening process. Both types of machine work with a downstream mobile screening panel. The panel is placed after the fine or coarse grain belt and thus produces a third or even fourth fraction depending on the upstream machine.
Terra Select has deliberately designed the drive of the screening panel to be flexible. It can be simply connected, either electrically or hydraulically, via the optional auxiliary drive of the upstream trommel or star screen.
The mobile screening unit is also noted for its high degree of mobility. Thanks to its hydraulic folding supports and a suitable quick coupler mounting to match the corresponding wheeled loader, the Terra Select screening panel can be easily transported, with efficient use of space, on the feed hopper of a T 50 or T 60 trommel screen.
Due to its larger screening area, the Terra Select screening panel is designed for higher throughput rates and is ideally suited as an oversize grain separator. It can also be equipped for transporting on a hook lift platform.
The Terra Select mobile screening panel allows you to cost-effectively screen an additional fraction whenever you need it. When not in use, it can be quickly and easily stowed away, without great effort or taking up a large space, and your screening process can continue at full output using your trusted and reliable trommel or star screens.
You have high demands towards machines used in waste treatment,
especially in the field of star screening and separation technology?
High screening throughput with a maximum number of fractions, low down
times of the screens used, powerful yet economical drive systems and
mobile as well as flexible application options are only a few of your
requirements? Terra Select – the experienced manufacturer of mobile
screening systems and machines – has the right model for you.
The Terra Select S 60 Star Screen meets all your demands towards efficient and innovative screening technology while offering a number of additional benefits. For one, this mobile screening machine can be used to screen both biomass and compost as well as bark, waste wood and wood chips. It thereby achieves a throughput of up to 300 m³/h with three fractions. Thanks to a wide variety of steel and rubber stars, one can furthermore produce screening cuts ranging from 6 to 180 mm.
Terra Select’s Star Screens excels with a high level of mobility with its wide, one-piece discharge conveyors. They are located opposite each other and even allow you to move the screening machine when it is in its working position. Just like all the other mobile machines produced by Terra Select (Trommel Screens, Windsifters) its Star Screens generally excel with maximum availability – they are ready for use in a mere 5 minutes – and are of course road-legal.
This screening machine’s electric drive system with optional diesel generator is extremely efficient and allows for mobile, flexible use both indoors and outdoors.
Its generous feed bunker with built-in tilting wall makes this mobile Star Screen even more flexible. Thanks to this large bunker, the material can be fed by using a wheeled loader. The tilting wall prevents the material from overflowing during loading.
Large maintenance flaps guarantees simple access to the machine’s internals. The shafts can be changed equally quickly in just a few steps. Opt for a Terra Select S 60 Star Screen today and make long down times and high machine maintenance costs a thing of the past.
If you use a
trommel screen or star screen for processing compost and biomass, to
obtain two or three screening fractions, then you know that contaminants
are still present in the material in the form of lightweight plastics.
Alternatively, you may be using star or trommel screen technology for
separating other recycling materials, and have also noted the high level
of lightweight foreign matter after screening. This is where the Terra
Select mobile windsifting unit can be of effective assistance for
The Terra Select V 40 / V 60 Add-on for windsifting will continuously clean oversize particles during screening with a trommel or a star screen machine. Lightweight plastics, such as plastic foil or bags, are therefore separated out from the main material.
The appropriate model of windsifting unit will be used according to the screening machine type operated. For example, the Terra Select T 40 trommel screen is compatible with the V 40 add-on, while the Terra Select V 60 can be added to models of the five metre class and above. Both units can also be combined with third-party products of the corresponding screening classes.
The mobile windsifting modules are mounted at the end of the oversize particle belt. The oversize particles are blown downwards to enable the contaminants to be extracted more easily. Extraction is achieved with a suction pressure blower, with an operational power rating of 20.5 kW. The blower is mounted on a container, which is filled with the extracted lightweight plastic.
The full suction unit has convenient cut-outs for easy transport using a forklift truck. The quick-change device also facilitates flexible operation.
The Terra Select V 40 / V 60 mobile windsifting unit can be driven either hydraulically from a trommel screen or with an electrical connection from a star screen.
If you have been constantly on the lookout for an efficient and cost effective way to enhance your screening machine, then you have finally found the solution. Contact us today, and make contaminants in your oversize particles a thing of the past!
If you are the operator of a composting plant or a biomass treatment
plant, then you know just how light weight foreign matter, such as
plastic bags, in raw compost or in sieve overflows can make life
difficult for you? But now there is an alternative! The Terra Select W
70 mobile windsifter lets you simply remove unwanted contaminants
from your process material.
By wind sifting, the Terra Select W 70 allows plastic foil or bags and other lightweight materials to be separated from compost and biomass. Cleaning is also infinitely adjustable to a high level. The throughput achieved by the windsifter is up to 80 m³ per hour. Contaminants can even be removed from materials that have already been screened, regardless of the screening machine used.
The mobile sifter has its own hopper with integrated metering roller. The hopper ensures maximum flexibility in feeding material. The machine can be loaded (at an angle) using a wheeled loader or fed in series or at an angle by an upstream screening system, according to your requirements. The metering roller then ensures a uniform transfer of the material from the hopper to the inside of the windsifter.
A stone separator can be used in addition to separate rolling materials such as stones or (plastic) bottle caps. Similarly, a magnetic roller can be integrated into the windsifter to enable the separation of magnetic metals.
As with Terra Select star screens and trommel screens, the Terra Select W 70 comes as a flexible mobile machine. As the sifter has road approval and only takes five minutes to set up, you are able to change over the location of operation according to your requirements.
The large control display allows you to monitor and control all the functions of the windsifter. Large inspection hatches to the internal mechanism also make maintenance procedures for the machine easier.
The Terra Select W 70 is the choice of professionals for windsifting. And the homogeneous and marketable quality of the end products you produce will be welcomed by your customers.
As a demolition company, you will be regularly faced with the
challenge of separating heavy impurities from heavy materials. If you
are a construction company, you will also depend on cleanly separated
(building rubble) feedstock, so that the individually recycled
components can then be processed further. And for your composting or
biological treatment plant, the stones should be removed from the
biomass but the wood should remain. These situations are ideally suited
to separation using windsifting. The Terra Select W 80 sifter is
the ideal machine for you for separating a wide variety of materials.
The Terra Select W 80 mobile windsifter readily separates stones from wood materials, wood from building rubble and impurities from refuse based fuels. In addition to simple separation of components, the windsifting process also helps protect the other machines and plants involved in the process. By using a sifter, for example, material containing stone can thus be ideally processed before crushing.
The windsifter achieves a throughput of up to 120 m³ per hour and has an infinitely adjustable level of cleaning of up to an impressive 95% (with an optimum feed grain size of 1: 4).
In addition to its own feed hopper, the Terra Select W 80 mobile sifter also has the distinct advantage of an integrated metering roller. There are flexible options for feeding the feedstock, according to the situation, i.e. either at an angle with a wheeled loader or in series or at an angle from an upstream screening plant. Due to the dosing roller, the feedstock is then fed evenly from the hopper to the windsifter.
If required, the heavy duty conveyor (discharge conveyor for heavy materials) of the separator can be fitted with a magnet, to remove magnetic metals from building rubble for example.
As with the Terra Select W 70 windsifter, the machine also has road approval for operation when separating heavy materials from heavy feedstock. It is a “mobile” machine, in the full sense of the word, and can be set up within a very short time at a new location and for changeover of feedstock.
The machine is easily controlled centrally via a modern display. All machine components are readily accessible due to the large maintenance hatches. The wind sifter is driven by its own high-output diesel engine.
Raise your windsifting to a new level and choose the Terra Select W 80 to separate your heavy materials. The results will speak for themselves!