Three Decades of Processing Experience
Eldan Recycling A/S Denmark has been recognised as a leading supplier of Tyre Recycling Plant and Equipment for over 30 years. The company first manufactured a Rasper model 800 in 1970 to process car tyres into 20 mm chips to feed into a boiler to heat a commercial Greenhouse in Denmark.
Since that time the company has expanded from a small family run business into a large manufacturing company employing over 100 people, however, it has still managed to retain the personal touch often lacking with larger companies.
Eldan has supplied tyre recycling plants throughout the World including USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Poland, Malta and the United Kingdom.
MMH Recycling Systems have been the exclusive UK sales agents for Eldan Recycling for over 20 years. There are presently over 15 tyre recycling facilities in the UK using Eldan equipment.
These include Granutyre Ltd, Tyre Renewals Ltd, Interfloor Ltd (Duralay), McGrath Bros (Waste Control) Ltd, Consort Consultants, Castcreat Ltd, EWD.
The latest two Eldan tyre processing plants to be supplied in the UK are identical type ŒB HR122T Special systems which process whole car tyres down to 20mm steel free product in one pass. These installations are at Cardiff Recycling in Wales and Enviro-Skip in Burnley.
Both Cardiff Recycling and Enviro-Skip viewed many other systems before deciding in favour of the Eldan plant. The Eldan Heavy Rasper HR122T, which weighs 17 tons, is specifically designed to cope with the harsh environment of tyre shredding. The standard rotor is made of wear resistant hardened steel and the main rotor housing is fitted with fully replaceable wear plates to increase the durability of the machine.
The Eldan Heavy Raspers form the heart of many tyre recycling plants around the world. Their robustness and reliability is demonstrated by the fact that there are two units over 15 years old, which have each run in excess of 70,000 hours and are still working a three shift operation.