RCP SYSTEMS works with precision, innovation and speed

RCP SYSTEMS works with
precision, innovation and speed

Visit us at the fairs

14. - 18.05.2018

IFAT 2018, Munich, Germany

www.ifat.de

You will find us at Macpresse stand no. B5.451 / 550

12. - 13.09.2018

RWM 2018, Birmingham (UK)

www.rwmexhibition.com
You will find our exhibition stand in
Hall 5, Stand 5E40 "Swiss Pavilion".

23. - 25. October 2018

WASMA 2018, Moscow (Russia)

www.wasma.ru

In 2016 we successfully won the tender for a household waste sorting plant. More than 10 national and international companies took part.

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RCP SYSTEMS completed the latest installation over the Christmas shutdown to prevent the client experiencing disruption to their operations. This special machine has twin 75 Kw motors, bigger pumps, 170 tonnes of ram pressure and an extended channel for increasing throughput and bale density.

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A new waste sorting station was started up in the city of Minsk in May of this year. Approximately 300,000 tonnes of household waste per year will be sorted in this system, and we are delighted to say that two of our MAC 102 bale presses have been integrated in this sorting system.

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The Devon Contract Waste MAC 111/1 baler is powered by twin 55 Kw motors with a baling ram force of 170 tonnes. Baling up to 50 tonnes of material per hour depending on loose feed density and material consistency, it produces 1100mm x 1100mm x variable length bales for efficient transportation. Each bale is bound with five horizontal plastic or...

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We are always delighted when already satisfied customers come back to our machines and expertise. A Swiss customer from the Bern region, an RCP SYSTEMS customer for many years, replaced his then ageing MAC 108 baler in March 2017 with the larger MAC 110/1 model.

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A customer in Moscow that has been working with the baler MAC 105 since 30 years has had their outdated press replaced by a new MAC 108/1. At the beginning of October, our service company RCP Engineering carried out this replacement.

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Having produced a high-quality Newspaper and Magazines grade from the processing of co-mingled dry recyclables at our Costessey MRF for the past 13-years, changing market conditions led Norse Environmental Waste Services (NEWS) to switch to the production of baled, Mixed Paper for export purposes during the early part of 2016.

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