Performing intelligently with least downtime



Production capacity under full load in normal operation with material: up to 25 tonnes per hour and 7 cuts per minute. A honeycomb structure of folded profiles in the press box, wing and lid offers maximum resistance to eccentric forces during compaction.

Intelligent control systems

Non-contact, integrated position measuring sensors in the stamper/shearing cylinder, laser-controlled monitoring of the pusher cylinder, and rotary potentiometers on the lid and wing. A number of optimized programs for different types of scrap: full stroke, partial stroke, relative stroke and, of course, baling.


Separate oil supply circuits for shear and stamper: the functions can operate simultaneously instead of one after the other. Optimized shock relief damper, cutting and compaction control. Prismatic guide (V-guide) of the blade slide for precise force transmission.

Least downtime

Generously dimensioned and bolted wear parts, easiness to maintain, excellent manufacturing quality, fault diagnosis system 


  • Quality and availability,  such as maintenance-free position measuring sensors
  • Set up on concrete, asphalt or a steel plate foundation
  • A transportable container protecting components  against the weather and scrap pieces
  • All parts in the areas where wear is critical are made of highly wear-resistant Lindur

Option as a stand-by shear

The Lindemann PowerCut™ Wing is the machine of choice for either the small scrap yard or as stand-by shear for big scrap processors running several yards

Processing on the Lindemann PowerCut™ Wing

First, the scrap is fed into the press box. The wing moves to a vertical position and precompacts the scrap. The vertical line of the wing forms the side wall of the press box. Then, the material is compacted by the lid. In the next stage, the scrap is compacted by the pusher. The pusher also moves the scrap towards the shear frame where the cutting takes place.

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