Manufacturers will discover how to increase the value of their residual machining metal scrap--including turnings, filings, chips and shavings and more—by visiting the RUF Briquetting Systems booth at FABTECH, November 6-9, in Atlanta.
RUF Briquetting Systems (www.ruf-briquetter.com), Booth # A1319, a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of briquetting systems, will be featuring a RUF 11/1600/80 Briquetter, designed to process up to 650 pounds per hour of aluminum chips and turnings.
RUF Briquetters help squeeze more value from almost any metal, including: aluminum, brass, bronze, cast-iron, copper, magnesium, steel, tire wire, titanium, zinc, and more. The briquetting process compresses metal scrap, and the easy-to-transport form makes it more convenient to store, sell or recycle. The dense briquettes are less susceptible to corrosion, making them a more attractive option for foundries. Briquetting scrap can reduce the volume by as much as 20-to-1, making it infinitely easier to handle and more economical to recycle or sell.
RUF Briquetters also reclaim expensive cutting fluids and reduce handling, transportation and disposal costs, lessoning a company’s overall costs and environmental footprint. They are engineered for automatic, 24-hour operation with low horsepower, compact designs that allow for easy integration into existing production lines, with an average return on investment of 18 months or less.