SEDA T-REC XXL latest in tire recycling technology available from ELV Select
Using laser-aided quick adjustment system, T-REC XXL separates tires from steel and alloy rims
SEDA's new T-REC XXL is designed to quickly and easily separate tires from wheel rims. T-REC stands for Tire-Recycling, and with this advancement of SEDA's technology, recyclers and other users are assured more power and dimension when processing tires. These units will process about 100 tires per hour, and incorporate unique time saving and safety features. T-REC XXL will process all kinds of tires, including run-flat tires, with both alloy and steel rims, including those found on bigger cars such as: Audi Q7, VW Tiguan, BMW X5, and Mercedes ML.
With its unique, laser-aided quick adjustment system T-REC XXL can separate tires from all sizes of rims, steel and alloys up to a maximum size of 22 inches. The unit incorporates a sturdy piercing device to deflate the tire and hold it in place while a hydraulic unit pushes the rim down and away from the tire, providing a cycle time of only 20 seconds. Additionally, a self-raising plastic and steel mesh guard protects the user from shattered alloy rims.
This Austrian-built equipment is available in Canada through Ontario-based ELV-Select.
8263 Wellington Rd. 18
CA, N1M 2W5
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