US Shredder and Castings Group to market Fire Rover systems

The Fire Rover system is designed to stop fires at scrap yards.

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February 3, 2017
Recycling Today Staff
Auto Shredding Equipment & Products Ferrous Nonferrous Safety
The U.S. Shredder and Castings Group, Miramar, Florida, has entered into an agreement with Southfield, Michigan-based Fire Rover to market its proactive fire suppression system to the North American scrap industry.

U.S. Shredder President Bill Tigner says, “We had a very good customer that we were doing a turnkey installation for on a nonferrous plant after a catastrophic fire. We knew of the Fire Rover because one of our other nonferrous plant customers had installed the system, and it had recently extinguished a fire at their plant. We immediately contacted Fire Rover to see if a joint marketing effort made sense for both of us. We now offer the Fire Rover to the entire North American scrap industry. In our opinion, if anyone has ASR (auto shredder residue), the Fire Rover is a small investment. We offer it as an option on every nonferrous plant or upgrade we install.”

Anyone wishing to request an on-site consultation or to schedule a live demonstration can contact U.S. Shredder.

The U.S. Shredder and Castings Group offers scrap shredders, control systems, downstream systems, nonferrous recovery and air systems, as well as shredder castings, service, engineering, construction and installation to the worldwide scrap industry.