Lindner will be presenting product innovations in shredding technology and efficient system solutions at this year’s IFAT in Hall B6, Stand 251/350. The focus is on classic input materials such as commercial, industrial and household waste, waste wood and scrap as well as the mechanical and chemical processing of plastics. In a presentation at the Orange Stage, Lindner will also present innovative approaches for successfully implementing the successfully implement the requirements in the field of chemical recycling.

“Be A Waste Transformer” is Lindner’s guiding principle and focuses on customers, their individual requirements and the implementation of a holistic solution concept. As a recycling pioneer and manufacturer with decades of experience in waste management and plastics recycling, Lindner draws on extensive expertise.

Innovations in the shredding process

Lindner will be presenting two new products at IFAT 2024. The new stationary universal shredder with twin-shaft technology is primarily designed for waste wood, industrial and commercial waste and scrap. The second new product, an electrically powered semi-mobile single-shaft shredder with an independent drive for the tracked chassis, covers an even wider range of input materials thanks to the modular cutting system. “We are looking forward to the presentation of our semi-mobile single-shaft shredder.

This offers maximum flexibility thanks to the modular cutting system. Depending on the material flow and the requirements for the output material, you can choose between a bar or point blade system. We will also be exhibiting these two rotor variants at IFAT 2024,” says Gerd Tischner, Sales Manager at Lindner.

Editing system innovations

The Komet series, the benchmark in secondary shredding, offers improved ease of maintenance thanks to screw-on blade holders. In addition, a new Urraco shaft pair will be presented, which has been specially developed for scrap recycling and enables a significant increase in efficiency. Used as a coarse pre-shredder upstream of a hammer mill or cross-flow flaker, a considerable output maximization and a reduction in maintenance work can be achieved.

System solutions for mechanical and chemical recycling

Michael Lackner, Managing Director Lindner (Photo: Lindner)

As a manufacturer of shredding solutions, Lindner has had an in-house engineering department for decades that offers complete solutions in the field of mechanical and chemical recycling. The application portfolio ranges from commercial and industrial waste to a wide variety of plastics and from dry and wet applications to chemical recycling. “Since 2003, we have been implementing overall concepts for classic application solutions such as commercial and industrial waste, bulky waste, etc. and not only supply individual shredders, but also integrated system concepts. Our expertise also covers a wide range of mechanical dry and wet applications in the processing of plastics – from shredding, sorting and washing to granulation. Whether films, rigid plastics, big bags – in-house or post-consumer recycling – we are one of the big players on the market in this segment. We are also pleased that our solutions are already being used successfully in chemical recycling. This year, we will also be speaking on this topic at the Orange Stage,” says Michael Lackner, Managing Director at Lindner.

Cover photo: Komet Series 3 (Source: Lindner) – More about Lindner