UNTHA America invites customers to trial world-renowned XR waste shredder

Trial the UNTHA XR using your own materials

Hundreds of UNTHA XR shredders have transformed the quality, efficiency and profitability of waste processing sites worldwide, leading to widespread discussion surrounding just how much this technology is capable of.

But recognising that ‘seeing is believing’, UNTHA America is going one step further and offering potential customers the ultimate ‘try before you buy’ experience.

An UNTHA XR mobil-e shredder – supplied on tracks with in-built conveyor – is now going ‘on tour’ across the USA. Available for organizations to trial using their own materials, this provides an unparalleled way to hear and see the machine in action, assess throughputs and monitor output quality.

Visits to pre-scheduled demonstrations and reference sites are also available, which ensures plenty of opportunities to experience the XR processing a number of different waste streams.

Commenting on the XR ‘roadshow’, UNTHA America’s president Bernhard Martinz said: “As a company, we’ve become renowned for doing things differently. From the drives within our machines to the popularity of our after-sales services, everything we do is designed to put the customer at the heart of our operations.

“Offering this XR ‘test’ experience is all part of our commitment to showing customers that we care about their satisfaction, even before they invest in our shredding technology.”

Renowned for its flexibility, the XR is capable of handling an array of input materials including C&I, C&D and hazardous waste, wood, MSW, textiles, carpets, mattresses and more. With ultra-homogenous particle sizing it has therefore become a proven solution for processing RDF, SRF and biomass, as well as achieving never-before-seen metal separation rates.

To inquire about trialling the UNTHA XR, please telephone +1 603 601 2304 or email info@untha-america.com.

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