International technology group ANDRITZ has signed a cooperation agreement on container-based recycling systems with LINETECHNOLOGY GmbH, Austria. The modular processing plants with flexible configurations are sold under the name of BLUELINE and enable decentralized recycling and economical processing of small quantities of residual industrial waste fractions.
ANDRITZ will provide the required shredding technology and supply equipment from the ADuro product series for universal and fine shredding. The ADuro shredders will be tuned to the special requirements of the BLUELINE modules and can be used in different areas of applications, for example the treatment of plastic, substitute fuels, wood or cables. Their biggest advantages are the flexibility of the shredder modules for single-stage shredding and the high-performance, fine classification system with an integrated separation stage.
In addition to the stationary, large-scale plants and single machines supplied so far, this collaboration with LINETECHNOLOGY will give ANDRITZ access to an entirely new customer segment that uses complete and yet extremely flexible processing lines. “Collaboration with LINETECHNOLOGY will now enable us to serve the needs of our customers even better by creating value added for the recycling industry with innovative and sustainable solutions for many different applications,” adds Thomas Gemeiner, Global Product Management & After-Sales Service Director at ANDRITZ Recycling.
LINETECHNOLOGY is headquartered in Waidhofen/Ybbs in Austria, and was founded in 2019 as an independent affiliate of IFE Aufbereitungstechnik GmbH. The company develops, produces and sells modular, container-based processing plants under the product name BLUELINE. These plants can be reconfigured dynamically and cover virtually all established process steps in dry mechanical-physical processing of residual materials.