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ATLASMASH

AtlasMash is the recycling machinery producer #1 in Russia for wood, plastic and waste applications. Our Team has more than 15 years experience, we have our own design and technical solutions that make us very competitive to european companies and let us be the first on our market even among the most famous companies. AtlasMash – Perfect one shaft shredders Our most well known product is one shaft shredders that are very robust, stable and effective in recycling of any plastic, wood or other waste. We produce as well hi speed crushers for plastic, conveyors, washing lines for plastic waste, extrusion and pelletizing lines for plastic.

COMPANY NAME:
ATLASMASH
ADDRESS:
Moscow region, Losino-Petrovskiy, Pervomayskaya 1-28
ZIPCODE:
141150
CITY:
Moscow
COUNTRY:
Russian Federation
PHONE NUMBER:
+7 495 223 97 83

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Products by ATLASMASH

Bale breakers
Multi-chopper
Debalers
Bag openers
Crushers
Hammer mills
Shears
Choppers
Pulverizers
Granulators
Screw compactors
Screw presses
Pelleting Presses
Double screw presses
Briquetting presses
Open-end auto tie balers
Closed door balers
Manual tie balers
Single ram balers
Two ram balers
Delabeler
LIBS sorting systems
Robotic waste sorting systems
Sorting cabins
Overband separators
Bucket screeners
Bag openers
Separation tables
Metal detectors
Star screens
Plate conveyors
Box feeders
Screw conveyors
Vibrating conveyors
Apron feeders
Hopper feeders
Belt feeders
Grizzly feeders
Drum feeders
Vibrating feeders
Wet mist suppression systems
Dry fog dust suppression systems
Cyclone collectors
Cartridge collectors
Baghouse collectors
Handling magnets
Container handling systems
Track loaders
Cranes
Multihandlers
Excavators
Plasma gasification
Pyrolysis
Gasification
Incineration
Dryers
Crane scales
Belt scales
Unattended
Loadout systems
Load cells
Continuous
In-process
Floor scales
Rail scales
Axle scales
Moisture measuring systems
Radiation detection systems
Mass flow meters
Metals analyzers
Load volume scanners
Software

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