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    Klaus KPC 2008 Specifications & Technical Data (1996-2016)

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    Pressing force: 300kN – Transport length: 4.2m – Transport width: 2.0m – Transport height: 2.25m – Slot opening width: 1.45m – Slot opening height: 1.48m

    Technical specs - KPC 2008 Klaus


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    • Pressing force 300 kN
    • Transport length 4.2 m
    • Transport width 2.0 m
    • Transport height 2.25 m
    • Slot opening width 1.45 m
    • Slot opening height 1.48 m
    • Plant type AsCo
    • Mode of drive e
    • Drive power 4 kW
    • Weight 2.35 t

    More technical details, like: press type, max. throughput are available in the full technical specs.

    Special equipment

    • Non-ferrous metal
    • Waste
    • Plastics
    • Paper / paperboard
    • Rubber
    • Granulate
    • Timber

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