Hydraulic briquetting press apt to be installed in medium-big sized companies to recycle metal chips such as aluminium, brass, bronze, copper, magnesium, steel, cast iron, etc. They can be possibly grinded with 10-16 mm screens, according to the material, and transformed into cylindrical briquettes of variable diameter (according to the press) which can offer a remarkable volume reduction (1/4-1/10 according to the material).
It works by a mechanic and hydraulic cycle of pressing at very high pressures. A hopper containing material is fixed to a loading plane made up of a rotating wheel feeding the material to a box, which is controlled by a hydraulic cylinder. This latter pre-compresses it in the compression chamber. A special compacting hydraulic cylinder presses then the material in the bush-wall group.
The origin of our company is in late 1975 from a brilliant idea of his founder and president, Mr. Luciano Peroni, with the production of the first series of briquetting presses.
The compression of the material waste has always been an ambitious studio and research for our company.
The brand new range of production (including briquetting presses, grinders and shredders with state-of-the-art performances and technology)show our never ending investments in the development and in the project along with a wise behavior to learn from the past experience.
These machines may treat many types of waste materials, such as wood, metal, paper, banknotes, cotton, yarn, plastic, buttons, polyester, polystyrene, polyurethane, fodder, animal feed, alfalfa, barley, hay, straw, coffee, tobacco, leather etc.
Thanks to the 18.000 machines sold in these years CO.MA.FER. has become leader in the world market with the same philosophy that led the company to the Quality certification ISO 9001:2008:
Co.ma.fer wants to maintain a constant balance between technology, high quality components and value for money.
In fact we have the ambition to believe that our aim goes beyond the project and the pure production of high quality machines.
...the excellent made in Italy, “nowadays”