Perfect machine for light and medium-heavy mixed scrap
This performance is achieved both with semi-mobile as well as with stationary versions. The oil supply circuits for shear and stamper are separate so that they can operate simultaneously, instead of one after the other. The high pressure lines consist of single piece bent piping and not welded sections. This increases efficiency by reducing pressure drop in the system while, at the same time, reducing the chance of leakage.
Lindemann PowerCut Wing comes with sophisticated technology. The cylinder position measuring systems consist of linear transducers inside the stamper, shearing, wing and lid cylinders, and laser technology for the pusher cylinder. This results in precise machine control and also a reduction in the downtime because the sensors are not subject to damage by falling scrap, nor to blinding by dirt accumulations. The hydraulic system has been optimized and logic blocks implemented to support faster, but nevertheless smoother work cycles without pressure shocks. Special pump combinations for low and the high pressure and optimum switching points result in faster work cycles with reduced power consumption.
- Press lid has an over stroke of more than 13 degrees so that wear is minimized when feeding to the shear frame
- All parts in the areas where wear is critical are made of highly wear-resistant Lindur
- Available in both stationary and semi-mobile versions
- Generously dimensioned and bolted wear parts, easiness to maintain, excellent Lindemann quality, and advanced fault diagnosis system secures your production time is maximized
Intelligent Control Systems
- A number of optimized programs for different types of scrap: full stroke, partial stroke, relative stroke and, of course, baling
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.