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Untha to demonstrate mobile shredding expertise

‘Ongoing engineering developments have been taking place behind the scenes at UNTHA’s Austrian headquarters,’ the manufacturer teases. At IFAT, the company will exhibit its XR mobil-e for the very first time.

Untha will be presenting both its stationary and mobile version of the latest generation XR series waste shredder in Munich next week. Designed to process different materials such as waste wood, commercial waste, bulk refuse, industrial waste or pulper ropes, the new shredder is thought to be more successful than its predecessors.

The XR mobil-e may be viewed in action next week, as it is part of the VDMA Demonstration Days. The demo will allow expo visitors to experience the advantages of the shredder’s electromechanical drive concept up close. The machine will specifically showcase its single-step waste wood shredding capabilities during this demonstration period.

Peter Streinik, head of UNTHA’s waste shredding division comments: ‘We will be presenting a stationary XR shredder with new cutting unit geometry which – with its even higher throughput rate – is specially designed for single-step processing of refuse into substitute fuel. Furthermore, numerous innovations such as a low maintenance safety clutch and more powerful drive motors, will now enable us to adapt to individual client requirements even easier than before.’

Find Untha in hall B6, booth 127 / 226.

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