Wood Waste Control (Engineering) has added a new range of shredders and briquettors to its product line-up.

Wood Waste Control – one of Europe’s leading dust extraction system specialists – unveiled the new machines at the W16 exhibition at the NEC.

As standard, the new WWC shredders include fast hydraulics, profile rotor, a second row of knives, control cabinet with Siemens plc, automatic star/Delta switch, automatic stop when the hopper is empty, removable exhausting channel, and performance-enhancing pacing of hydraulic sliders.

A wide range of models are available, from 0.4m3 hopper  capacity with 15kW motor, through to a model with 2.5m3 hopper capacity and 30-75kW motor.

The WWC shredders are designed to shred all kinds of waste material, including hard and softwoods, chipboard, OSB and plywood panels, as well as construction timbers. The sturdy steel construction of the WWC grinders guarantees constant quality in continuous operation.

WWC shredders are fitted with a slowly rotating profile solid steel rotor (260mm or 360mm diameter) which is mounted on the sturdy machine base.

Wood Waste Control managing director Reg Gareppo says: “The shredder knives are available in various designs for all kinds of material. They feature low wear and can be rotated several times before they have to be replaced.”

The company’s new range of briquetting presses offer a choice of throughput from 30 to 350kg/h.  All models feature energy-efficient operation, a coolable sleeve, low wear and tear costs and an endless briquette line.