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While many will travel from far and wide to this year’s K trade fair,  Schwing Technologies(Hall 9, Booth A77) will be on hand for a clear home game.

The thermal cleaning expert and specialist for plastic removal has its headquarters in Neukirchen-Vlyun on the Lower Rhine, just 30km away.

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the company has presented at K since 1979 and looks forward to the upcoming international exchange.

Compact vacuum pyrolysis plant

Schwing engineers will bring their brand-new, fully automatic Vacuclean Compact.

Managing Director Thomas Schwing said: “One hundred per cent made in Germany, this is precisely what many of our customers appreciate who, in addition to laser filters, regularly clean screw elements, spinnerets, spin packs, pelletising discs or screen changers.” 

With its steel and aluminium body, the system weighs around 750kg.

Like all Schwing systems, the Vacuclean Compact is extremely energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. The fact that the system operates without gas makes it all the more attractive to the public. For 50 years, the German equipment manufacturer has been a specialist for thermal cleaning systems.

Demand for compact systems

With the new system, which can be easily installed, Schwing's engineers are responding to the increased international demand for more compact systems. Customers come primarily from the plastics recycling  industry, compounding industry and masterbatch environment. Universities, research institutions and laboratories will also benefit from the smaller, cheaper systems.

Schwing Technologies advises and supports its customers all over the world. Since the beginning of 2019, American and Canadian customers have also benefited from the expertise of Schwing North America Technologies, based in Princeton, New Jersey.