TANA Shark 440ET is a new, improved version of the familiar TANA 440 series of Shark waste shredders. In the 440ET, the manoeuvrability enabled by the tracked platform, the low operating costs of electricity and significantly lower noise emissions come together. Its auxiliary motor facilitates easy mobility and swift deployment for work. Convenient quick couplings for mains power ensure that the 440ET consistently delivers exceptional performance. Like its predecessors, the 440ET is designed to efficiently shred a wide array of waste materials into the desired particle size, all while operating with zero local emissions thanks to our electric shredding technology.
|Rated power (SAE J1995)
|2 x 160 kW
|Number of rotor knives
|33 / 44
|50, 76, 90, 100, 109, 120, 130, 167, 220, 275
The TANA Shark 440ET electric shredder comes fitted with two VEM electric motors. These motors seamlessly harness auxiliary power, and the quick connectors effortlessly link the machine to the electrical grid. 440ET shredder offers the possibility to shred on electricity and drive on diesel.
Product Manager, Recycling
Electrification is a hot topic in industry right now. The green transition is a global megatrend, as part of which society is becoming electrified. It is also starting to be seen more and more strongly in how the companies that feed the circular economy themselves operate. However, the desire to operate cleanly requires equipment that supports this, Tuovinen points out.
“At the moment, especially in Finland and Europe, we see a strong trend in the electrification of process equipment, and the TANA 440ET fits that idea exceptionally well.”
Among sustainable companies, managing their own environmental footprint has already changed from a pioneering attitude to a basic everyday activity. Tuovinen sees that, already in the near future, more and more companies will have to replace old technology with electrically powered process equipment in order to achieve their environmental and carbon neutrality goals.
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