Norditek’s diesel-electric screener hits the market

Sweden-based company Norditek has launched a diesel-electric screener model, that it says offers cleaner and more efficiently recycling when its comes to complex waste materials.

Norditek ES5200 screener The ES5200 diesel-electric screener was recently shown at Entreprenad Live 2023 in Gothenburg, Sweden. (PHOTO: Norditek)

Norditek’s ES5200 screener incoporates an electric drive for reduced noise and low emissions. It also features a new control system for increased production precision and an extended screening surface with flip flow technology, which sorts waste and masses efficiently to provide cleaner fractions and reduced contamination. 

Johan Marquardt, Product Manager, Norditek, said: “Our new screener is more oriented towards sorting recycling materials than a pure coarse sorter which is more towards rocks and heavy shafts.

“What exists today are converted coarse sorters for waste, but these then suffer from their high energy consumption for lighter materials. So there we fill a gap in the range because our new scope has the same output but with significantly lower consumption.”

As well as having a remote control system that allows users to operate and drive the screener from a distance, the electrically-powered ES5200 is equipped with factory-installed overband magnet and end roll magnets.

Daniel Carlberg, CEO, Norditek, said: “The main reason why we developed the ES5200 is that we saw the need for a diesel-electric screener that draws little power and that fits together with our modules, because with these we are able to recycle more complex waste and production waste.

“There are many small and large details that make the customer earn more money thanks to increased recycling rate and lower operating costs.”

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