The IFE AEROSELECTOR inspires the professional audience

The International Compost Practitioners‘ Day Compost on 23 September 2021 was attended by around 700 visitors from Austria and abroad who showed great interest in the first live demonstration of the new IFE AEROSELECTOR. As soon as they entered the event site at Brantner Österreich GmbH in Gneixendorf, the orange IFE AEROSELECTOR stood out from afar.

After a long wait, composting plant operators from Germany, Austria and other countries were able to experience the IFE AEROSELECTOR up close for the first time. And that in the truest sense of the word, because the cleanly separated fractions under the machine invited visitors to touch them directly. The outstanding separation result and the innovative concept of the new compost processing solution from IFE Aufbereitungstechnik GmbH amazed many visitors.

The IFE AEROSELECTOR combines air separation, ballistic separation and screening in one unit. It extracts stones, plastic films and valuable structural material from both moist and dry raw compost in just one pass. The preceding IFE Variomat screens the valuable finished compost with an enormously high degree of purity, rounding off the overall picture perfectly.

The highlight of the day was the first live demonstration of the IFE AEROSELECTOR together with Lukas Wagner, sales representative at IFE Aufbereitungstechnik GmbH, and ORF presenter, organic gardener and author Karl Ploberger. The about 700 visitors from home and abroad were thus able to see for themselves that the quantity of compost ready for sale can be significantly increased with the global novelty IFE AEROSELECTOR and that impurities can be efficiently separated. Many visitors lingered in front of the machine long after the presentation, intensively exchanging information with the IFE compost team and examining the high quality of the respective fractions for themselves.

At the end of the day, it was also announced that the first IFE AEROSELECTOR had been sold to Brantner Österreich GmbH. „With its efficiency and impressive separation results, the IFE AEROSELECTOR is the perfect solution for Brantner‘s new composting plant in Gneixendorf. And after today‘s talks, I am already looking forward to starting exciting projects around the AEROSELECTOR together with other composting plant operators,“ says IFE Sales Manager Helmut Tröbinger, summing up the day with satisfaction.


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