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New Automated Belt Melt Filter from BritAS

New Automated Belt Melt Filter from BritAS
BritAS Recycling-Anlagen GmbH is presenting its latest highlight: The Automated Belt Melt Filter ABMF 1600 - with an increased filter surface by 50%. Thus, the melt filter optimally corresponds to the current market requirements.

"With the ABMF 1600, we are completing our range of products. This extension of our established and proven ABMF series was a necessary step for more throughput and improved filtration. With the ABMF 1600, we have increased the filter surface by 50% and can thus meet the requirements of our customers," say DI Dr. Friedrich
Kastner, CEO BritAS and Thomas Lehner, Director Sales BritAS.

An increased filter surface does not only improve the total output but supports our customers for example in case of extremely increasing degree of contamination of their plastic waste, for instance by paper contamination. As of now, the BritAS innovation is available in the combinations ABMF-1600-12/15/19.

The ABMF series has proven itself for decades, the technology of the new big ABMF corresponds to the ABMF 1050. For an improved melt flow, the inner workings of the ABMF 1600 were optimized. Furthermore, new at the ABMF is the increased motor capacity of the belt take- off and belt magazine.

BritAS filters are used in the post-consumer sector and for agricultural film waste but also for post-industrial waste and by compounding companies.

BritAS with its headquarters in the German city of Hanau develops and manufactures lines for the filtration of plastic waste and machines for quality control of plastic products. By permanent measurement, the BritAS Gas Control GK1500 assures the pellet quality during production. The BritAS ABMF and CBMF series filter contaminations effectively and efficiently out of plastic waste.