The smallest shredder ever developed by UNTHA, supplied as a complete, CE-certified ‘plug and go’ mobile system.
This neat two-shaft shredding technology, with hopper, is mounted on a frame so that a bin can be positioned underneath to collect the fraction.
Ideal for organisations handling lightweight waste and recycling streams, with minimal expense. Saves on storage, transport and disposal costs, boosts environmental compliance, and results in a tidier site!
The S25 features the same build quality, Siemens electrics, SKF bearings and wrap-around customer service products, as a shredder that would cost twenty times the price of this cost-effective machine.
This clever little machine can handle a wide range of applications, including metal swarf, aluminium cans, paper, plastic packaging, organic waste, laboratory and medical waste, PET bottles and more.
The neat, compact nature of this ‘plug and play’ machine, makes it a popular choice with the following types of organisations…
A compact shredding CE-certified system, complete with in-built hopper, inspection window, and castors for on-site movability.
Slow running, low noise, dual-shaft shredding technology for a savvy strip-shred.
Easy-to-use control panel, affixed to the shredder, with ultra-safe shutdown option.
Durable, low energy gear system to minimise whole life running costs and carbon impact.
“The UNTHA brand is synonymous – worldwide – with quality, and their exacting shred is precisely what we required to strengthen the homogeneity and optimisation of the Advetec XO process.”
Richard Goff, chief operating officer
“We went to market looking for a robust shredder that meets all of our EU compliance and external ISO audit obligations. After conducting rigorous due diligence, we chose the UNTHA S25 technology. We chose this machine because reliability is key for our business. We pride ourselves on delivering on the promises we make to our customers, therefore we cannot afford costly breakdowns that will impact on our service levels as well as our operational margins.”
Mark Taylor, managing director