EDGE Innovate and Red Knight 6 Bring the VS420 To RWM/Let’s Recycle – Stand LR150
As part of the exciting merging of RWM and Let’s Recycle, two other companies will be joining forces to exhibit together for the first time.
EDGE Innovate, manufacturers of leading equipment for the recycling, material handling and quarrying industries will be bringing the VS420 slow speed shredder to the show, along with Red Knight 6 Ltd, their exclusive distributor for England and Wales.
The VS420, developed for ultimate versatility, is a high-capacity machine, capable handling an array of materials including green waste, MSW, C&D waste, biomass and end of life tyres. Developed for ultimate versatility and with a high resistance to contaminants there are a number of customisable shredding programmes and chamber configurations available. An intelligent operating system which incorporates tramp metal protection provides the ultimate protection from contaminants and prevents asset damage.
At the heart of the VS420 are twin synchronised, high torque shredder shafts which can be customised to suit a customer’s exact application and desired product piece size. EDGE’s twin shaft design provides exceptional material intake, ensures less wear, promotes self-cleaning and prevents material wrapping even in the toughest of applications. With a range of both rapid volume reduction and intricate piece sizing.
The intelligent management system allows optimal performance, combined with large slow speed reversing shafts leads to reduced noise, power consumption and maintenance costs.
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Variable – max 40RPM
Appointed in July, RK6 are leading distributors of crushing and screening equipment throughout the UK and Ireland, working with leading brands such as Rubble Master, Komplet and MDS. Northern Ireland based EDGE Innovate also design and distribute a range of trommels and stackers around the world which are also available from RK6.
The VS420 can be viewed on stand LR150 and representatives from both EDGE Innovate and RK6 will be on hand and a specifically designed walk way has been developed to allow visitors to look into the chamber.