RAP for grinding sludgeRUF briquetting solution for more efficiency in the grinding process

The advantages for you at a glance:

  • Recovery of expensive cooling lubricants
  • Briquetted grinding sludge no longer classified as “hazardous waste”
  • Reduced disposal costs
  • Possible profit from selling briquettes
  • Fully automatic 24h operation possible
  • Amortisation period can be extremely short

Briquetting grinding sludge and generating increased revenue

Our RAP briquette press allows you to dispose of or recycle grinding sludge more cost effectively. Expensive cooling lubricants are also recovered during the briquetting process. In most cases, they can be reused. Since the properties of grinding sludge vary greatly, we recommend that you have your material tested in our Technical Centre free of charge. This will enable us to tailor the briquette press to your individual requirements.

Schleifschlamm im Trichter
Brikettpresse Schleifschlamm Details
Detailansicht RUF Brikettpresse Schleifschlamm
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Schleifschlamm im Trichter
Brikettpresse Schleifschlamm Details
Detailansicht RUF Brikettpresse Schleifschlamm
Schleifschlammbriketts

Technische Daten RAP for grinding sludge

Max. throughput rate (kg/h) Grinding Sludge15-40
Power (kW)4
spec. Pressure, max. (kg/cm²)3.800
briquette formats (mm)60x40
Size (m) Lenght x Width x Hight1,3 x 1,0 x 1,6
ca. weight (t)1 t

Briquette formats in
mm

60x40

Witali HelmutTechnical Manager & Sales

More than 25 years experience in briquetting at RUF

Tanja MillerRental & Pressing Tests

More than 12 years experience in briquetting at RUF

Bernd EllenriederSales management

More than 15 years experience in briquetting at RUF

Andreas JessbergerSales management

More than 15 years experience in briquetting at RUF

Berthold GolsnerSales & IT

More than 20 years experience in briquetting at RUF

Carina FischerMarketing & Technical Documentation

5 years professional experience in marketing

Jens WöllenweberSales Force

15 years sales experience, more than 5 years at RUF

Manuel SchmidSales & Project Management

More than 8 years experience in briquetting at RUF

Nico NuschelerMarketing & Technical Documentation

3 years professional experience in marketing

Rita BehringerSales & Logistic

More than 15 years experience in briquetting at RUF

Roland RufManaging Director

More than 15 years in the company, managing director for more than 10 years

Wolfgang RufManaging Director

More than 30 years in the company, managing director for more than 10 years

Stefan SchulzSales & Project Management

15 years sales experience, more than 2 years at RUF

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take for the purchase of a briquetting press to pay for itself?

Amortisation periods can be less than three years, in certain cases even less than 1 year. However, the amortisation period depends on the material to be made into briquettes and the quantity. Thanks to the reduction in volume, costs for transport, storage and handling are cut. The amortisation period can be further reduced through the sale of the briquettes and the recovery of coolants.  

What are the price categories for the machines?

The costs of a briquette press depend on various factors, such as the starting material, required throughput and briquette density. Our experts will be happy to advise you on a one-to-one basis and can draw up a non-binding quote.

How is a test pressing done? Is it done free of charge?

Test pressing is done free of charge and without any obligation on your part, and is carried out in our Technical Centre using your own material. At your request, you can be present at the test pressing. The results are important for the choice of the briquetting machine – for example, briquette thickness, residual moisture, durability to withstand handling, the amount of cooling lubricants recovered, etc.

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