Indeco ISS 35/60 scrap shear makes NA debut

08 September 2014

The ISS 35/60 scrap shear has been introduced by Indeco North America, intended to round out the company’s product line for the scrap and recycling industries. The new shear features a dual-profile piercing tip, four reversible interchangeable main cutting blades, a jaw opening of 889 m (35 in) and continuous 360° rotation. Weighing in at 6,965 kg (15,322 lb), the new tool can be used as a second member attachment on a 35 tonne carrier, or by a 65 tonne carrier as a demolition attachment.

It combines all of the features of the ISS product line including a special HARDOX main body frame, an integrated regeneration valve that accelerates no-load movement of the jaw, a pivot group that prevents the jaws from buckling and a large, powerful hydraulic cylinder with long-lasting seals that can withstand over 10,000 psi of pressure. Its unique design readily accommodates a broad range of carriers, says the company.

We’re very excited to be able to offer our customers this latest addition to our performance-proven ISS line of steel shears,” said Mike Fischer, president and chief executive officer of Indeco North America (INA). “This new addition, with its unique jaw geometry and increased power, provides an extremely cost-effective alternative for heavy-duty scrap and recycling applications and makes our steel shear portfolio one of the most comprehensive in the industry.”

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