Newfoundland Recycler commissions new automobile shredder
St. JOHN'S (Scrap Register): Newfoundland-based Newco Metal and Auto Recycling has commissioned an M6090 Modular Automobile Shredder Plant and Non-Ferrous Separation System from Wendt Corporation. The installation represents Newco’s first automobile shredder and offers new market opportunities and economic advantages for processing the company’s scrap metal.
Newco’s Wendt M6090 automobile shredder features a Bowe Disc Rotor and 2,500-horsepower DC motor. The shredding plant also includes an infeed conveyor, dual magstand with electromagnetic drums, ballistic separator, and modular design features including; a pre-fabricated motor enclosure and platform, remote pre-wired e-house, control pulpit and structural steel frame that allows the shredder to be installed on a flat concrete pad.
Their equipment purchase also includes a non-ferrous recovery system containing two eddy current separators to recover aluminum (zorba) and three TOMRA FINDERS to recover insulated copper wire and stainless steel (zurik).
Newco provides ferrous and nonferrous metals recovery services from landfills and industrial sites, serving more than 100 municipalities.