Finland-based Metso used the recent IFAT exhibition in Germany to demonstrate its Metso Metrics product for waste recycling.
“Tracking the performance and condition of a mobile shredder can be challenging,” said Henning Lindbjerg, the company’s head of strategic projects, business development, recycling.
“With Metso Metrics, our customers will have the right information at the right time to make the decisions that allow them to get the most out of their equipment. Added intelligence helps achieve improved utilisation rates and operational efficiency.”
The cloud-based, remote monitoring and data visualisation service gives customers near real-time access to the critical data and insights to shredders’ operational performance and maintenance needs.
Optionally, Metso’s expert service can analyse the data and provide recommendations for further improvement of the shredder’s operation and reliability in its operating environment.
Metso Metrics was launched in 2017 and helps optimise aggregate production. It has been integrated with more than 500 Metso mobile crushing plants and will be integrated with all mobile M&J pre-shredders from August onwards.