The FH series comes in a number of different sizes ranging from 700mm in width to over 2 metres.
The most commonly used crushers are the FH1500 and 1800. They come both on tracks, mobile (on wheels) and in static configuration. You can also get them in top fed configuration, enabling less feeding equipment in narrow surroundings. Materials mostly associated with the FlexHammer™ Mill is recycled wood and other wooden materials. It is however important to remember that the FlexHammer™ Mill is good at a number of other materials as well (see “what can it crush?”).
We help you choose, or design a plant
There are mainly two types of waste processing mills – slow speed and high speed. IQR provide both types – be it in stationary or mobile configuration. Used in combination or alone, higher price or lower price – it is all up to what you plan on doing. However, if you want the best of high volume waste processing plants you choose to combine the two. What decides the plant set-up is the type and quantity of your waste material. Also, it is important to know if you need to cut, shred or crush? – We help you to choose or we design a plant that does what is needed. It depends, on you and what your business requires.
Our machines are not the cheapest to buy but they are the cheapest to run on waste wood and industrial waste materials. This is because we build heavy duty machines which our customers have the waste volumes to justify.
Not only do we bring costs down – we enable a higher residual.
What questions do you need to ask yourself?
Before a crusher-system is purchased you need to ask yourself a number of seemingly basic questions:
- What is in need of size reduction?
- Does it contain a lot of metals?
- What type of metals?
- What is the purpose of the endproduct(s)?
- Material recycling?
- Do you want to separate something else from the waste?
- Plastics, paper, stone?
- Output size/quality?
- Do you want different sizes out?
- What materialsize is your main product?
- Do you need to reduce ash-content or other characteristic of the output material?
- What quantities do you have per year of this waste material?
- How many hours of effective processing do I have per year?