NZ 180 VE

Equipped with an electric motor, the stationary NZ 180 VE fine shredder is really ideal for every composting and processing facility and can be quickly configured to handle new shredding tasks.

Powerful and rugged V-belt drive with three-phase motor, motor compartment easily accessible from two sides

Hydraulically (450 kW) or electronically (315 kW and 380 kW) driven scraper floor for controlled and easy feeding of the hammer mill in conjunction with the infeed roller

Ability to change shredding tools quickly

Very good separation of metal parts from composite materials thanks to use of flails

Rugged and powerful drive

NZ 180 VE – Maximum flexibility and efficiency

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Special Features

The NZ 180 VE uses freely oscillating flails in conjunction with a shredding basket to carry out its work. The machine delivers outstanding performance by transmitting mechanical force via the V-belt drive of the flail drum and the hydraulic drive of the additional components. The motor compartment can be easily accessed from both sides, ensuring that shredding tools can be replaced in no time.


The use of different shredding baskets in the NZ 180 VE allows for generating precisely defined grain sizes. The baskets can be interchanged very easily and quickly – just like the flails with their patented fastening system. Since the flail tips automatically avoid larger obstructions during the shredding process, the NZ 180 VE moreover impresses in this context thanks to the significantly reduced wear and tear.


The ability to use all shredding tools of the other mobile AK machines ensure maximum flexibility and efficiency even during operation of the NZ 180VE. This makes the NZ 180 VE indispensable when it comes to shredding bio-waste and green waste for composting, different wood grades for waste wood processing and biomass processing facilities as well as a variety of other shredding tasks for recycling.

Application areas

Waste wood
Green waste
Compost screen oversize
Source separated organics
Residual waste
Mixed construction waste
Industrial waste
Refuse-derived fuel


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