Ragger Wire Shredding & Recycling Systems

Siedon Technology provide customized design ragger wire recycling systems to recover steel wire and pulper waste for used as alternative fuels.

Siedon has been concentrating on designing and manufacturing industrial shredder for solid waste treatment since 1995’s. We have been built this system for 10 years and the first machine we build is still running in client’s site without any problem. Harden’s customized make system help customers generate revenue from ragger wire while reducing disposal costs and protecting the environment.

What is “Ragger wire”?

Ragger wire consists of the plastic staples, tape, labels and baling wire found in baled post-consumer paper waste, we also call them as “pulper tail”. It is made up of approximately 45% steel and 55% post consumer waste and must be removed from the pulper. During the pulping process, the waste material winds around the wire, creating a tail-like chain which is highly compressed and extremely tough to shred. For many years, this ragger wire waste material was sent to landfills. With Harden Industries ragger wire recycling systems, this tough material can now be recycled and repurposed.

What is the value of the ragger wire?

Recover valuable raw materials – nearly 45% steel content. Generate revenue instead of waste. Residual waste becomes alternative fuel Save landfill space and reducing storage and transportation/disposal costs.

Benefits of Ragger Wire Recovery. Steel Recover (~US $:500/ton)
Alternative Fuel (~US $:100/ton)