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Eggersmann Recylingtechnology

Eggersmann

Mobile Turning Technology

Windrow Turner or Lane Turner?

BACKHUS

Windrow Turners

  • Flexible foot-to-foot windrows
  • Self-propelled
  • Turning widths from 3 to 7.8 m
  • Extensive standard equipment
  • Wide range of options

 

BACKHUS CON

Turners With Membrane

  • Automated winding and unwinding
  • Automated turning
  • Semi-permeable membrane
  • Quasi closed system
  • Line widths of 6, 8 and 10 m

LANE TURNER

Lane Turners

  • Developed for closed facilities
  • Safe process with aggressive material
  • Opt. automated transfer
  • Transfer carriage for lane change
  • Lane widths from 4.5 to 5 m
     

Which Materials Would you Like to Process?

Special Application

You have not found your material? Do you have a special application?

Then contact us!

Machine Overview

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 30

Max. windrow width: 3 m
Max. windrow height: 1.3 m

Details

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 38

Max. windrow width: 3.8 m
Max. windrow height: 1.9 m

Details

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 45

Max. windrow width: 4.5 m
Max. windrow height: 3.3 m

Details

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 50

Max. windrow width: 5 m
Max. windrow height: 2.4 m

Details

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 55

Max. windrow width: 5.5 m
Max. windrow height: 2.5 m

Details

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 60

Max. windrow width: 6 m
Max. windrow height: 2.7 m

Details

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 65

Max. windrow width: 6.5 m
Max. windrow height: 2.9 m

Details

Windrow Turner

BACKHUS A 75

Max. windrow width: 7.5 m
Max. windrow height: 3.3 m

Details

Turning capacity up to 700 m³/h
Turning capacity up to 1,500 m³/h
Turning capacity up to 3,000 m³/h
Turning capacity up to 4,000 m³/h
Turning capacity up to 4,500 m³/h
Turning capacity up to 5,000 m³/h
Turning capacity up to 5,500 m³/h
Turning capacity up to 7,000 m³/h

BACKHUS CON 60

Lane Turner with Membrane

  • Automated

Lane width: 6 m

BACKHUS CON 80

Lane Turner with Membrane

  • Automated

Lane width: 8 m

BACKHUS CON 100

Lane Turner with Membrane

  • Automated

Lane width: 10 m

LANE TURNER LT

Lane Turner for Closed Facilities

  • Driver

Lane width: 4.5-5 m

LANE TURNER LT

Lane Turner for Closed Facilities

  • Automated

Lane width: 4.5-5 m

Do you Have any Questions?

How do I Make the Best Possible Use of my Space?

Our free area calculator will recommend the layout and size of the windrows as well as the right machine for you.

Wheel Loader or Windrow Turner?

Calculate the difference for your facility yourself with our free tool.

Do you Have Very Liquid Biomass and Don't Know how to Compost it?

Are you Dissatisfied With the Quality of Your Compost?

Then contact us!

We will be happy to put our many years of expertise at your disposal.
We will support and advise you on the composition and selection of the necessary materials to achieve an optimum mixing ratio.

What Exactly is Composting and How Does it Differ From Biological Drying?

Even if the assumption is close, composting does not necessarily always aim at the creation of "compost" in the sense of a marketable product. Basically, the word "composting" describes the natural transformation of organic material into humus by bacteria in a rotting process. If this "compost" has a high degree of purity, it can ultimately be used as fertiliser. However, materials are often composted for which later use as fertiliser can be ruled out from the outset. Household waste, for example, often contains a high organic content that can hardly be separated from the rest of the waste – yet composting or biological drying is recommended for the following reasons alone:

  • Volume
    Waste with a non-composted organic content has a much higher volume, which makes landfilling more difficult. In addition to processing the material with shredders, etc., regular turning is therefore also one of the efficient methods for decisively reducing the volume.   
  • Energy Expenditure
    Non-recyclable waste such as residual waste is largely treated thermally. The biofractions contained therein consist to a large extent of water, and the high moisture content therefore increases the energy demand during incineration. Biological drying with a membrane or complete composting before thermal treatment is therefore often more cost-effective. 
  • Temperature 
    During composting, temperatures of up to 65 degrees are generated. If municipal waste is not treated before landfilling, uncontrolled composting takes place. The landfill then heats up considerably and hazardous pollutants can escape in combination with the other waste.
  • Gases
    Controlled composting with turners also produces C02, but landfilling untreated material is many times more harmful to the climate. Especially in cavities sealed off from the oxygen supply, methane and nitrous oxide are quickly produced. This can be prevented by regular turning.