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Mobile Shredding Technology


Single Shaft Shredders

  • High torque and spirally arranged rotor trains
    → Perfect for diffictult material
  • Rotor tools for various materials
    → Universal shredder
  • Double bolted rotor tools
    → Easy to change
  • Tool-free cutting gap adjustment
  • Screen basket system



Twin Shaft Shredders

  • Synchronously or asynchronously adjustable shafts
    → Perfect for brittle and fragile material
    → Perfect for round bales etc. 
    → Self-cleaning effect in case of entanglement
  • Compact dimensions
  • Quick-change after breaker bars
  • Screen basket system (F 38)

Which Materials Would you Like to Process?

Machine Overview


Tracks · Trailer · Stationary · Mobile-Electric


Tracks · Hook Lift · Stationary · Electric


Tracks · Semi-Trailer · Stationary 


Tracks · Hook Lift · Mobile-Electric

Are still indecisive and would like individual advice?
Then simply contact us.

Would you like to find out more about the special features of our shredders?
then visit our overview pages:

TEUTON Single Shaft Shredders     FORUS Twin Shaft Shredders

Combine our Shredders With one of our Screening Machines!

Data Comparison*

  • FORUS F 25    
  • 252
  • 6
  • 25
  • 20
  • 22
  • 15
  • FORUS F 38   
  • 380
  • 7,5
  • 50
  • 40
  • 40
  • 35
  • TEUTON Z 50 
  • 500
  • 7,5
  • 60
  • 100
  • 80
  • 50
  • TEUTON Z 60
  • 600
  • 8,8
  • 65
  • 115
  • 90
  • 60

Do you have a special application and are looking for the right shredder?

Let us advise you!

What Are the Advantages of a Lower Rotation Speed?

The use of low-speed shredders offers you a number of advantages:

  • Low operating costs
  • Higher torque
  • Reduced risk of machine damage due to impurities
  • Lower risk potential for the user
    (no/hardly any spun material during feeding)
  • Less wear and tear
  • Lower noise and dust emissions
  • Energy efficiency

What Exactly is the Difference Between Fast and Slow-Running Shredders?

The main technical difference is the rotor speed. As a rule of thumb: High-speed rotors may achieve more rounds per minute, but low-speed rotors have a higher torque. However, "slow" still means high throughput rates!

We only stock slow-running single and twin shaft shredders for a good reason. High-speed shredders are used in particular for secondary shredding, as they reduce the material to an extremely small size at high speed. Due to their speed, however, they often only switch off when they are already damaged in the event of an obstacle. The material should therefore be pre-sorted in advance and ideally also pre-shredded so that it is free of foreign objects. With our FORUS twin shaft and TEUTON single shaft shredders, you can shred directly. Our machines have enough time to react to obstructions: The rotors reverse automatically in the event of an obstruction, thereby channelling it past the shredding tools. Even with very large obstacles, the machine protects itself automatically. The shredding devices also detect these obstacles, automatically stop the shredding process and the operator is informed by optical signals to remove the obstacles. Thanks to cutting gap settings, afterbreaker bars and screen baskets, you can also produce perfect final grain sizes - additional secondary crushing with a high-speed machine is therefore no longer necessary for many requirements.

Does Eggersmann Also Offer Stationary Shredders?

Through BRT HARTNER we offer you our ARCTOS shredders. These are specially designed for continuous use in recycling plants. The ARCTOS BM 36 is constructed for processing biomass, the ARCTOS OM 36 for processing municipal solid waste and even scrap metal. We also offer stationary versions of our mobile machines, the FORUS SES 25 and the TEUTON ZS 55 and ZS 50.

What is a Crusher?

Crushers are generally machines that can process concrete, rubble and stones. There are a whole range of different types of crushers (jaw crushers, impact crushers, hammer crushers, etc.), which can differ greatly from one another (e.g. hammer crushers with shoulder feed, rotating crushing plate, counter roller, etc.). The material is often spun (impact crusher) or crushed in a conically narrowing inlet (cone crusher / jaw crusher). Crushers are used especially in the processing of building rubble and in quarries or mines. Crushers are therefore generally not suitable for processing municipal waste. Our shredders are no crushers. They are designed specifically for applications such as municipal waste, waste wood, green waste and other similar materials. Although they have the necessary power to crush concrete pipes and similar materials, they are exposed to too much wear and tear. Their use for these purposes is therefore not economical.