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Learn about WEIMA’s shredding and grinding machinery at IWF


WEIMA plans to feature shredders and briquette presses in their booth at the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta.

“Many companies have goals in mind that include sustainability, profitability, space savings, and workforce maximization. With WEIMA's wood waste size reduction equipment, each one of these goals can be achieved,” the company said in a statement.

“Since the 1980s, WEIMA has been a leader in shredding and grinding machinery for the wood industry. This machinery makes it possible for companies to reduce wood waste right where it’s created.”

For smaller materials, WEIMA offers many single-shaft shredders with smaller infeed hoppers, including the WEIMA Woodchuck.

WEIMA's horizontal wood shredders include the Beaver 400 and the Horizontal Beaver 300, as well as the Tiger 600.

WEIMA’s C 150 briquette press is a compact machine for small- and medium- sized companies. It can transform loose wood chips and dust into round briquettes with a diameter of 50 mm, according to the company.

WEIMA will be exhibiting at booth B5953 at IWF.

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