ELDAN Recycling has been active within cable recycling close to 60 years. What started with cable cutters, has expanded into including cable strippers, alligator shears and ACSR shears as well as machines and complete plants for processing of cables. Since copper and aluminium is 100% recyclable without loss of quality recycling of cable has always been a popular field.
ELDAN Recycling and REDOMA Recycling form Eldan Group - a leading global supplier of equipment for profitable recycling. REDOMA offers small and medium-sized cable recycling plants from 150 kg/h up to 2000 kg/h while ELDAN focuses on high capacity recycling solutions from 2000 kg/h up to 10000 kg/h (for all kind of cable).
ELDAN has cable recycling equipment and solutions for processing of dry cables, jelly filled telecommunication cables and greasy underground cables. Depending on type of cable processed a final separation of at least 99.5% clean metal fraction of either aluminium or copper is obtained. The standard ELDAN setup includes a Rasper, a Granulator and a Separation Table – we have standard plants with capacities ranging from 200-4000 kgs/production hour. This is also the starting point when plants are tailored to suit specific customer requirements. These standard plants are the starting point when systems are tailored to suit specific customer requirements (e.g. production capacities from 6.000 to 10.000 kg/production hour, processing of ACSR cable or further reduction of metal losses).
REDOMA offers traditionally three types of cable recycling lines; Thunderhawk, Powerkat and Firefox. The standard setup includes a Rough Chopper, a Granulator and a Separator. All machines can be used as single machines or be integrated in different recycling plants for similar applications.
Due to technical problems, the REDOMA website is under re-construction. Meanwhile - for more information about the different REDOMA cable recycling solutions, please find the REDOMA brochures to the bottom right on this page or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +46 40 31 22 30