Vertical grinder mills – BMH range
In 1975, Danieli Henschel developed vertical grinder mills so that its customers could obtain an output product of unparalleled quality compared to all other equipment – shears, presses, and Hammermill type shredders – available on the market.
More and more metal recycling companies are looking for a compact shredding installation to satisfy the demands of the steel industry. These companies have thus expressed the need to obtain a certain type of shredded metal waste: cooling scrap, which is used as a cooling mass for the liquid steel baths employed in the process at steel works.
The range was also developed to process different product categories to suit the needs of our customers.
Densification of the final product up to 3.5 t/m3, allowing use for specific applications, e.g. as cooling scrap in metallurgical processes.
Refining of especially polluted incineration scrap, after screening.
Optimisation of wear thanks to the two-way rotor.
Robust design guaranteeing low maintenance costs.
With its tremendous versatility, it addresses many problems.
Two to three reduction stages, with gradual densification of the product from one level to the next.
Evacuation of unshreddable material via hydraulic exit door.
Easier release of the various shredded components.
Separation of lightweight sterile waste by ventilation.
Regular and uniform output flow without risk of excess accumulation.