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Lindner reSource unveils single-shaft shredders

Austria – Antares is the name given to a new line of compact single-shaft shredders from Lindner reSource, the Austrian mechanical engineering and equipment construction specialist. According to the company, the machine delivers up to one-third more throughput than previous machines in this class.

Available in four sizes and numerous equipment configurations, the Antares units are adaptable to specific requirements in the plastics processing and recycling industry, it is claimed. Typical applications range from the handling of post-consumer materials to special tasks such as in-house recycling of films, filaments and sheets/plates.

Lindner reSource will present the new Antares line for the first time at K 2013 (stand B17, Hall 9), an international trade fair for plastics and rubber which will be held in Düsseldorf, Germany, on October 16-23.

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