Equipment supplier introduced shredder mill at BIR Convention in Shanghai.
Danieli Centro Recycling, based in Buttrio, Italy, a division of Danieli Group, has announced several recent recycling equipment projects.
The company expects to complete the construction on its new DCR6290 shredder mill. Developed specifically for the Chinese and South American markets, the mill provides all the benefits of the Danieli DCR range at increased cost efficiency, the company says. The first mill from this line was on display at the BIR World Recycling Convention and Exhibition in Shanghai from 27-29 May 2013.
In other company news, the division has been awarded a contract to supply three DCR 1822 aluminum shredding recycling lines with downstream processes to Novelis Nachterstedt in Germany. Novelis is currently building one of the world’s largest aluminum recycling facilities in Germany.
In Brescia, Italy, Danieli Centro Recycling recently commissioned a recycling plant featuring a DCR Pre-shredder and DCR 1827 shredder mill for the scrap dealer RMB S.p.A. The plant includes environmental features such as dust extraction and noise insulation measures.
Danieli Centro Recycling also placed equipment at the Spanish recycling company Medenasa-Metales de Navarra’s plant. The equipment includes a DCR 1822 Shredder and a ferrous/nonferrous recovery downstream system. A feature of this installation is the introduction of the LV inverter solution for the shredder drive, Danieli says.
In May 2013 Taybah ordered a 1,000-metric-ton shear and a shredder installation designed to provide processed recycled steel feedstock for a nanomill. Furthermore, Kuwait Steel, located in the state of Kuwait, has confirmed the order of a 1,250-metric-ton shear, and Natsteel Singpore has placed an order for a 1,400-metric ton shear.
In the CIS market, Danieli Centro has reported that a briquetting press for Inchermet, an 800-metric-ton shear for UMMC, and 1000-metric-ton shear plus a 2000-horsepower shredder for the Belarus Belvtormert were made.
Furthermore, the company says an inclined 800-metric-ton shear will be soon delivered to Agni Steel, and a grinder mill to Bin Services. Both companies are based in South Africa.
The company also reports that in coming months, it will deliver several shears to companies based in France, Germany, Switzerland and Slovakia.