Successful Premiere of PET BriquettesNo-one at Repasack is prepared to part with their Hsm brp 4810 briquetting press.
The machine presses twice as fast as its predecessor, compresses the material to a thirtieth of its initial volume and so far it has not had any operational faults. At the large counting centre for disposable packaging made from PET, aluminium and tin there was a positive summary regarding the first new HSM briquetting press. Despite some difficulties that had had to be overcome along the way.
Employees often like to choose their own way of doing things - and in this case it’s for the better: after the Hsm brp 4810 had been set up for testing in the counting centre in Oberhausen, the employees would only have used the new machine, although the old one could have been used in parallel, reported Uwe Lauf, the operations manager in the Repasack counting centre in Oberhausen. The reasons for the employees’ quick switch were obvious. The new press works twice as fast as its predecessor and it compresses with much more power. “This machine works very well and very