NESTRO shredders are the perfect solution in waste disposal equipment. They guarantee:

  • Established, durable technology for the efficient disposal of various materials
  • Absolute reliability and high consumer benefits
  • Suitability for use in trade and industrial operations

Chipper of the NSL series

The NSL series consists of extremely durable material shredders that satisfy all shredding requirements:

  • Hardwood
  • Softwood
  • Cardboard packaging
  • Chipboards
  • Wood-like materials

Machine Operation of our Shredders

The material is loaded into the hopper. A hydraulic driven ram pushes the material against the rotor. this works step by step, depending on the motor loading. Shredding causes of the rotating cutters on the rotor and a fixed counter blade on the machine body. the processed material can be removed by pneumatic extraction, transport screw, belt- or chain conveyor.

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System Documentation
NESTRO supplies you with an extensive system documentation (operating instructions, drawings, wiring diagram etc.) in the language of your country.

Shredder for paper skeletons of the DCS series

Under the leadership of the Dutch company Balemaster Europe, Nuth, NESTRO has co-developed the DCS high-speed shredder for shredding die-cut skeletons on the back of converting machines.
Available in two versions, it shreds lead frame waste with a volume of up to 12,000 sheets/h with a sheet width of 1,200 or 1,600 mm. The shredder has a single arbor design with hardened blades for longer lifetime. The heavily shredded waste is ideal for pneumatic transport in NESTRO suction and filter systems, which are provided individually according to customer requirements.



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