Efficient Crushers “Made in Italy”

The Italian company Bongioanni S.p.A. is not only a producer of machines and complete lines for the primary processing of wood as well as the manufacturing of clay bricks and roofing tiles, but also a provider of equipment for the recycling industry.

According to the company, which was established in 1907, the range of machines dedicated to the crushing of diverse types of waste – from industrial facilities and commercial establishments, as well as private households – stems from its long-standing experience. The crushers of Bongioanni Recycling Technology “are manufactured with components made in the workshops of Bongioanni Macchine or by reliable partners, in order to assure the customer of the total quality control at all stages, from the project to the final assembly of the product,” the provider points out. All the processes are certified by the quality standards ISO 9001/2015. A widespread and efficient after-sales service completes the offer.

The ambition of the firm is to capture the needs of customers, converting them into customized products, the Italian machine builder underlines. In order to demonstrate the equipment’s ability, the crushers will be presented at the following events:
■ Rem Tech Expo in Ferrara (18-20 September 2019), where the manufacturer will showcase a new inert crusher with a Live presentation.
■ Ecomondo in Rimini (5-8 November 2019).

Numerous advantages

“The crushers of Bongioanni Recycling Technology benefit from the same characteristics that have always made Bongioanni a successful company: power, high performance, groundbreaking automatic control systems, efficiency, reliability, ease of use and maintenance, versatility,” the Italian manufacturer emphasizes.

According to information provided by the company, the recycling machinery has strong points at all stages:
■ application of electronics to mechanics
■ automation of industrial processes
■ high efficiency and performance
■ electric motors
■ advanced software and inverters management
■ optimum debris-steel separation
■ user-friendliness
■ ease of maintenance
■ ergonomics
■ safety at worksites
■ environmental sustainability


Photo: Bongioanni Macchine SpA

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