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Briquetting presses

Today, scrap metal is already a valuable raw material that can be efficiently recovered and recycled.

Which briquetting press is best for me?

We determine the suitability of the material for pressing during tests, which we carry out in our test centre. According to the results and the conditions of your operation, we will then recommend the most suitable solution.Tests on a smaller scale are carried out free of charge, for more demanding testing a calculation is issued.

Low performance range
Medium performance range
High performance range
Suitable for hard materials and high quality briquette

Possibility to rent some types of machines for testing in your operation

What are the main advantages?

  • Our machines are designed for small and larger engineering plants producing metal chips from machining, for processors and foundries.
  • By applying high pressure to the material, it changes its shape and by mechanical wedging of individual particles it forms a compact mass – briquette, at the same time cooling and cutting fluids (emulsions and oils) are squeezed out of the material.
  • We have patented protection of the hydraulic system with the possibility of future increase of power or pressing pressure.
  • Flexibility to change production and chip volume.
Name Output [kg/h]
– aluminium chips
Output [kg/h]
– cast iron chips
Input [kW]
iSwarf 50 20-40 70-90 4
iSwarf 440, 550 60-600 130-1000 4-15
iSwarf 800 1400 2200 30
BrikStar M, MD 30-350 100-800 7,5-40

What do you get?


An increase in the price of the waste produced


Reuse of extruded emulsions and oils


Reduction of waste volume


Reduction in storage, handling, labour costs


Increased operational safety


Increased cleanliness of the working environment by modern element of ecological production

What is the output?

Metalworking chips are pressed without the addition of a binder into metal briquettes. The briquettes are mechanically resistant, their density is between 60 and 90% of the density of the original material. The briquettes are cylindrical in shape according to the tools used and the type of press, with dimensions up to 140 mm.



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