Daniel Zeiler – the new head of Recycling Technology
January 19, 2023
The new year begins with a change at BHS-Sonthofen: Daniel Zeiler will be taking over as the head of Recycling Technology division. He replaces Alfred Weber, who had successfully managed sales for the Recycling Technology division since 2007 and retired at the end of last year.
New sales partner for recycling machines Down Under
December 2, 2022
BHS-Sonthofen is working with a new sales partner in the field of recycling technology: With CEMAC technologies Pty Ltd, BHS has gained a strong partner for its customers in Australia and New Zealand. The company looks back on more than two decades of experience in the planning, construction, and equipment of recycling plants.
All shredding processes take place in a nitrogen atmosphere
June 9, 2022
What to do if there is the danger of hazardous waste and ingredients escaping during recycling? With the first inertizable recycling plants from BHS-Sonthofen, safe processing is now possible – to the benefit of people and the environment: The universal shredder of type NGU and the rotary shear of type VR enable the safe shredding of hazardous materials in a protective atmosphere.
BHS rotor impact mill with new hammer design optimizes output quality
May 11, 2022
BHS-Sonthofen has launched its proven rotor impact mill, which features a new hammer design and maintenance concept. The high-performance crusher with a vertical shaft is used to fine processing of metalliferous composites and industrial waste. Customers benefit from significantly improved output quality, easier maintenance and a higher degree of machine availability.
IFAT 2022: Focus on fine processing of metal-containing residues and battery recycling
April 20, 2022
At this year's IFAT (Booth B4-351/450), BHS-Sonthofen is focusing on the fine processing of metal-containing residues – for example from automotive recycling or electrical and electronic scrap. A second focus is the process for recycling lithium-ion batteries, which has been tested in various reference cases. BHS will present exhibits related to this process, such as a rotor impact mill with a new hammer design, a horizontal dryer, and a separating table.
Biomass Processing in the Philippines Made Possible by BHS Biogrinders
March 14, 2022
Dole Inc. generates large amounts of pineapple waste, which the world’s leading supplier of fresh fruit uses to produce biogas in the Philippines. The company is looking to generate around 8 MW of power at the two plants each year in the future. To achieve this goal, Dole is deploying a Biogrinder from BHS to efficiently process substrate.