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20.01.2015  |  3081x
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Neue Herbold - washing line
Neue Herbold - washing line

NEUE HERBOLD - Washing lines (washing / separating / drying)

for wet recycling of conterminated plastics

NEUE HERBOLD Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH, located in Sinsheim/Germany manufactures and sells complete washing lines for the recycling of plastics waste. Prior to re-pelletizing the plastic waste must be size reduced, washed and if necessary foreign materials separated.

NEUE HERBOLD washing lines, produce granules or flakes with a high quality even at today`s required outputs.

Materials which can be recycled are:

  • industrial, agriculture, domestic, thin and stretch films
  • PET bottles
  • bottles and containers made of HDPE
  • tanks, bottle cases, rubbish bins
  • PVC window profiles, car battery cases

Depending on the application, material and level of contamination, a recycling line may consist of:

  • shredder
  • granulator or wet-granulator
  • metal separator
  • friction washer
  • intensive washer
  • floating-sink-tank (swim-sink-tank)
  • mechanical dryer
  • thermal dryer
  • material separator
  • screening machine
  • air separator / cascade sifter
  • different material transporting devices
  • electrical control panel
  • water treatment

Our long term experience in design and manufacturing of recycling equipment guarantees a successful project whether with an individual piece of equipment or with tailor made recycling solutions. Our excellent customer reference shows our abilities to supply exactly what the customer requires.

One of NEUE HERBOLD`s advantages is a high level of “in-house” production, providing high level experience in regard to engineering and manufacturing of high quality recycling lines. This results in very reliable and long lasting equipment.
NEUE HERBOLD provides an all inclusive service, from the first concept, engineering, manufacturing, installation and commissioning through to experienced after sales service technicians.

For further informations pls contact us at.

Company information

NEUE HERBOLD Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH
NEUE HERBOLD Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH
We are a German manufacturer of size reduction machines / recycling systems for recyclable materials. Our mainfield is the preparation of plastics but also other recyclable materials such as electrical waste, cable, wooden pallets ,. , , , Our production program here includes the full range of shredding technology (Shredder, Bale Breaker, Screw Shredder, Pipe Shredders, Guillotines, cutting mills, pipe mills, profile mills, hammer mills, pulverizers, impact disc mills) to the Processing Technology in the wet area. Here, to be recycled plastics are prepared after size reduction by adding water (or even partial liquor) in our washing plants. Here are among other complete especially compiled for the customer demand systems available or also the corresponding individual units or as a supplement to optimize existing customer plants. (such. ss separation tank (float / sink tank), Friction washers, intensive washer, drying centrifuge, thermal dryers, dewatering screws, ...) Also we provide aggregates for the recycling of plastic waste and the separation technology for mixed Materials. Conveyors for feeding (conveyor belts, screw conveyors) of the feed material - and removal of the crushed material. We are continually examining in our technical guide our conceptions and when necessary adjustments. We offer our customers the opportunity to experience the capabilities of NEUE HERBOLD in our technical center. Finally, we can offer our customers a quality service and are also capable of your existing machinery and equipment to care for properly and to incorporate new ideas
Last update: 04.05.2021
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