360-Degree Days: Vecoplan to host a live presentation for the Wood | Biomass division
Most of the trade fairs have already been cancelled this year due to the impacts of COVID-19. However, Vecoplan already came up with something special in May – the 360° Days event. The company organised an exclusive, interactive live presentation on recycling and waste treatment streamed from the modern technology centre – and the event was so successful that a second 360° Days will be streamed on September 9 and 10, but this time for the Wood | Biomass division.
360° – during this two-day event, Vecoplan will show participants that it not only offers individual components in the processing of wood leftovers and biomass, but also complete concepts including assembly and service. During the exclusive live presentation from the modern technology center, participants will be able to access various thematic blocks online and learn all about innovations in the Wood | Biomass division. Participants can access the topic that interests them the most, ask questions and take part in discussions.
Among other products, the Vecoplan experts will be presenting the VHZ series. This compact single-shaft shredder is ideal for wood processing companies – and it can also be used to process residual wood, (coarse) chipboard, hard and soft wood waste and even tree barks. The presentation will be focusing on specific applications and customer requirements.
In a second block of topics, the experts will demonstrate the sample shredding of various materials using the VHZ in combination with the new Vecoplan Pallet Crusher VPC 1600. This pre-shredder increases the throughput of the VHZ shredder by up to 50% for large-volume and bulky components such as pallets, boxes and cable drums. These two topics are particularly interesting for timber companies, fuel producers and waste wood processors.
For the sawmill disposal segment, Vecoplan will also be presenting drum chippers and other system components that can be combined to form integrated overall solutions, which are not only used in sawmills, but also by wood chip producers, in biomass CHP (combined heat and power) plants and in the production of plywood boards.
Biomass CHP plants will be covered in the final thematic block, during which the experts will provide information about solutions for waste wood processing plants. The particular focus here will be on storage.
The English-speaking sessions will be held in the morning, the German-speaking sessions in the afternoon. During the presentation, participants can of course ask questions, which will be collected and answered in detail at the end of each presentation. Interested parties can find the registration form and more information at https://vecoplan.com/360-wood-in-motion/