Arjes looks ahead

19 November 2020

Germany-based industrial shredder manufacturer Arjes has announced it is dividing its double-shaft machines into three basic product ranges as part of what it calls a strategic reorientation for 2021.

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The Impaktor 250 evo from Arjes designed for small and medium-sized demolition companies

These will be Impaktor compact class, Ekomaxx intermediate and Titan heavy-duty class.

The mobile Impaktor 250 evo will continue to be aimed at small to medium sized demolition and processing industry companies, while the Ekomaxx range will replace the VZ 750 D/DK and VZ 850D/DK series pre-shredders in the first half of the new year.

The Titan 950 will replace the VZ 950 Titan with the 16-litre Stage II engine making way for a 13-litre Stage V later in 2021. The company said this promises the same throughput capacity. A new Titan 900 machine will also be available in the second half of the year.

From 2021 onwards, all Arjes machines will be equipped with an asynchronous drive and intelligent control system for the shredding shafts, with remote control operation.

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