The fully automated DIXI SLK high-capacity channel presses open new perspectives for implementation of practical, industry-specific solutions against mountains of waste (recyclable fractions).
Waste materials in large quantities and residual materials from production require a high degree of handling expense, waste valuable storage space and involve high costs for removal transport for recycling or reuse. Through selective volume reduction with powerful press systems these unprofitable loads can be reduced to a minimum.
We build your press: The automatic DIXI SLK channel press product range offers convincing details and absolute adaptability!
Effective volume of reduction of obsolete packaging, production waste and other waste (recyclable) materials through press systems provides space and lowers costs. In addition, separation and proper pre-sorting of materials for recycling protects the environment. Systematic compaction of recyclable fractions with DIXI press systems In the 1980s Maschinenfabrik Bermatingen decided to establish another mainstay, in addition to the HUMUS mulching technology. The clearly increasing environmental consciousness and the noticeable pervasiveness of recycling concepts provided the impetus to concentrate in the direction of environmental technology.
Through strong sales activities and direct contact with customers important impulses for the DIXI model range emerged. Today Maschinenfabrik Bermatingen presents the »DIXI press systems for volume reduction of recyclable fractions« – profitable for the user and practically tailored to the requirements of modern waste management.
The mandatory take-back anchored in the »dual system« and other statutory regulations increasingly demand the economy and society to act. Waste avoidance is the order of the day. Today up to 80 percent of waste materials can already be supplied as recyclable fractions for practical reprocessing. Recycling is considered as the exigency of our time. Within this overall economic framework, rethinking in the direction of future-oriented concepts and new ways of recycling are required.