McCloskey unveils ESS-300 shredder at IFAT

By Steve Ducker08 June 2022

McCloskey Environmental – the recycling arm of McCloskey International – has unveiled its ESS-300 single shaft shredder as the latest entry into its product range.

McCloskey ESS-300 single shaft shredder The McCloskey ESS-300 single shaft shredder. (Photo: McCloskey)

Building on the robust design of the ES-250, the company says the single shaft primary shredder boasts an exciting line-up of features aimed at boosting productivity and can be used as a secondary shredder to transform waste to energy.

The launch took place at the recent IFAT waste recycling technology trade show in Munich, Germany, the first time that McCloskey Environmental had exhibited at the event.

The ESS-300 boasts a 33- knife rotor with replaceable cutting tips on the hydraulically driven single shaft giving the machine longevity and reducing down time. Additionally, a quick change in mesh accessible from the side opening of the chamber allows the machine to efficiently process and size a variety of materials.

Tracked mobility is another key feature for the ESS-300, allowing it to move nimbly and easily on-site, or onto transport for moving site-to-site.

“McCloskey has assisted in diverting millions of tonnes of waste from landfill with its 35+ years of designing and manufacturing industry leading equipment working in a variety of applications,” said product line manager Fergal Mallon.

“Looking ahead, we are very optimistic about the strong position we are in through 2022-23. We have an exciting list of products introductions and strong partnership announcements in the coming months.”

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