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10 years of Comec-Binder, an Austrian-Italian success story
For the past 10 years, Comec-Binder has complemented the Binder+Co Group with its crushing and dewatering technology competencies and has opened up access to new, important markets such as the Middle East and Africa. For both companies, attractive synergies resulted from already existing sales networks.
However, a business combination often means a lot of work on both sides. For example, the installation of new organizational systems and the adaptation of finance & controlling to the Austrian group reporting. Right from the start, there was great cooperation and a helpful team spirit.
The fact that not only our technical expertise belong together, but also that the Italian attitude to life harmonizes excellently with Austrian tradition, is proven at our joint trade fair appearances, such as every three years at Bauma.
Our latest joint project at Moser & Co in Bruneck shows an impressive implementation of the combined know how. The washing and classifying plant is designed for 250 t/h of feed material and produces high-grade aggregates for the production of quality concrete. Screening technology and dewatering machines come from Binder+Co in Austria, plant engineering and crushing technology from Comec-Binder in Italy. We have also successfully relied on our shared experience in project handling.
In the future, we will intensify this interaction of our skills. Another project for a customer from Bavaria is currently in the process of implementation.
Smart recovery of metal even in small quantities
Binder+Co cooperates with Linetechnology in the field of metal processing
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The current demand for resources for metal and steel production can no longer be met by primary raw materials. The reuse rate of recycled metals is rising continuously. The aim is to make the processing of even small quantities of metallic residual and composite materials flexible and economically attractive.
Ferrous and non-ferrous metals have the great advantage that they can be recycled with virtually no loss of quality. In addition, recycling scrap metals requires considerably less energy than metal production from primary raw materials. For their reuse, metals must be sorted by type and separated from impurities in several process steps.
In order to efficiently process even smaller quantities of metals and to respond to changes in the composition of input materials that are commonplace in recycling, Linetechnology has developed a modular processing plant. Binder+Co's sensor-based sorting is one of the central technologies of this solution.
Sensor-based sorting of recyclables is one of Binder+Co's core competencies. The company can draw on extensive process knowledge in this area and equips its CLARITY brand sorting systems with various sensor systems and sensor fusions in order to configure the right machine for individual tasks. Martin Pfeffer, CEO of Binder+Co: "We see our cooperation with Linetechnology as the ideal use of our sorting systems in a smart, holistic processing of recyclables." Christian Karl, CEO of Linetechnology, adds: "We are pleased that Binder+Co is exclusively supplying the sensor sorting technology for the BLUELINE and thus, together with Linetechnology, is once again helping to increase the recycling rate.
The careful handling of valuable resources is at the core of Binder+Co AG's activities. To this end, customers are provided with customized systems and plants for crushing, screening, sensor-based sorting and wet and thermal processing, as well as packaging and palletizing. Binder+Co is a globally sought-after supplier of sorting systems in the raw materials and recyclables industries, as well as a leading manufacturer of screening machines for difficult-to-screen bulk materials.
The responsible treatment of waste and industrial residues to conserve resources is absolutely necessary from an ecological point of view, but often fails due to unprofitable recycling plants. In the sense of a sustainable and economically attractive circular economy, the Austrian company Linetechnology GmbH develops and produces modular processing plants and sells them under the name BLUELINE.
The machines are designed as 20-foot standard containers and are thus ready for mobile use worldwide. This enables the customer to recycle his waste directly on site. The comprehensive product range, a new type of system control and the individually adaptable arrangement of the container-based modules make BLUELINE unique worldwide.