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See New Rotobec Trash Grapple at LetsRecycle Live

For the first time in the UK, at LetsRecycle Live (22-23 May), McIntyre will be exhibiting the Rotobec Power Attachment (RPA) 3045T, a unique, powered ‘trash grapple’ designed specifically for waste material handling applications. The diversity of the Trash RPA Grapple is simply unmatched by any other type of grapple available. Its extra wide jaw enables operators to grab large loads, while the holes allow small debris to fall through. Backed by Rotobec’s industry leading, 18 month/3,000 hour warranty and McIntyre’s world class service, the RPA is quite simply the world’s greatest power attachment. RPAs are available with either a dangle or RGP positioned rotation. At the event, McIntyre will be displaying the Trash RPA with the RT 504, a heavy-duty 360o continuous, dangle style rotator. Rotobec dangle style rotations hang from the machine by a yoke (hanger) and are available in a wide variety of sizes. They offer cost effective maintenance due to their easily accessible greasing points and motor, allowing them to go further and protect your investment. Just two more reasons to visit us on Stand A3 at LetsRecycle, 22-23 May, NAEC Stoneleigh. Or - if you just can't wait - give us a call about this amazing waste material handling system, on +44 (0) 115 940 9630!

By |2019-04-12T08:48:18+00:00April 12th, 2019|News|0 Comments

We’re Off to BIR Singapore!

The BIR World Recycling Convention is back in Singapore this year for the first time since 2011 - from (19) 20-22 May, at the Shangri-La Hotel. And we'll be there! It will be a particularly interesting event one year after China’s import restrictions, with sector thought-leaders like us merging to discuss  the burning issues and challenges of our industry. Come and see us on Stand A2: https://birsingapore2019.org/list-of-exhibitors-floor-plan/ Register to attend, here: http://createsend.com/t/d-59C0B49E67EEEB182540EF23F30FEDED

By |2019-04-08T18:53:19+00:00April 8th, 2019|News|0 Comments

Rotobec to Join McIntyre at Letsrecycle

Rotobec has confirmed that it will be joining us at the inaugural Letsrecycle Live event, at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry on 22-23 May. We will be exhibiting in the Plant and Machinery zone, stand A3, and are delighted that Rotobec will be joining us with some of its superb grab range, including its Rotobec 80 5 tine Orange Peel Grapple. With a sleek yet robust design and standard 3600 rotation, Rotobec's grab range is recognised as the industry leader in both innovation and toughness. All of its Orange Peel Grapples are equipped with Rotobec’s own high pressure cylinders, and one of the industry’s only self-contained hydraulic fluid channelling system, which increases your up-time, reduces your maintenance costs and helps you dominate your competition. Come and see one for yourself at LetsRecycle. To register attendance, simply click here.

By |2019-04-12T08:52:47+00:00April 4th, 2019|News|0 Comments

Meet McIntyre at Letsrecycle Live Event

We are excited to be exhibiting at the inaugural Letsrecycle Live event, which will be held at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry on 22-23 May. The two-day show will cover six different show areas, three conference theatres, some awards and a range of free networking events - all focused on waste, recycling, sustainability and the circular economy.  The conference programme includes a special session on the Resources and Waste Strategy. Panellists - such as Claire Shrewsbury, head of government and communities, WRAP; Adrian Hawkes, policy director, Valpak; Jeff Rhodes, head of environment and external affairs, Biffa; and Daniel Roberts, waste team leader and vice chair at LARAC - will debate the rationale for its design and ideas about how it should be delivered. In addition, there will be a Leaders in Waste session, with thought leaders such as chief executives, David Palmer-Jones of SUEZ UK and Michael Topham of Biffa providing their assessments of the status and direction of the UK’s waste management industry. We will be exhibiting in the Plant and Machinery zone, stand A3. We will reveal which products we'll be demonstrating shortly, so watch this space! In the meantime, register to attend here.    

By |2019-04-12T08:55:01+00:00March 20th, 2019|News|0 Comments

McIntyre at Forefront of UK Fight Against Violent Crime

Increasingly, police forces across the UK are using arms amnesties as a way to get guns off the streets - and McIntyre alligator shears are being used to destroy the items handed in. The most recent amnesty is still ongoing in Kent, and we’re proud to have helped police there destroy another 140 weapons and 3,100 rounds of ammunition, to date. See a video below of our Global 4000 safety alligator shear in action chopping up one of these items - a Kalashnikov AK-47 - in seconds. Minimising amnesty risk Our shears play a crucial role in minimising the risk of any amnesty operation. The ‘surrender’ periods are of course widely publicised. If the firearms and ammunition handed in then had to be stored for any time at a standard police station, or transported to another location for destruction, there would be a very high risk of them being successfully targetted by violent criminals intent on getting them back into circulation. Because McIntyre shears are compact and mobile they can be used within any regional station, enabling the police to destroy surrendered items on receipt, on site. Optimising operator safety Importantly, our shears are also the safest for operators to use. While any of our shears from the McIntyre 407 and up are capable of chopping up weapons in seconds, police customers tend to favour our Global range of alligator shears because these systems have been designed with operator safety as a priority. Fully CE certified, all McIntyre Global Shears have a strong metal case enclosing moving parts, and a rugged guard with Perspex viewing points that protect the operator from the blades while optimising visibility. The Global 5000 and 6000 models are also equipped [...]

By |2019-02-14T12:21:15+00:00February 14th, 2019|News|0 Comments

See you at Aluminium in Düsseldorf!

It certainly is busy exhibition season! Following our stints at RWM and BIR, McIntyre, a JMC Recycling company, will next be attending Aluminium 2018 in Düsseldorf, 9-11 October. Come and see us in the Recycling Pavilion Hall 11 stand G50/11. We will be exhibiting our impressive Shark casting machine. The McIntyre Shark was designed for our own foundry when we found that existing systems weren't robust enough, costing us too much in maintenance and downtime. We poured all our experience into engineering a superior range of ingot casting machines - and now believe they are the best available anywhere. For a start, we only source the best castings and components, and we build  our frames in-house from high-quality steel. We then engineered our pouring systems specifically to minimise dross formation for higher quality ingots. Our machines also feature adjustable speed capability, which allows operators to accurately control the volume of metal poured into each mould, greatly increasing the ability to produce ingots of consistent weight and dimension for higher customer satisfaction. We now offer an extensive range of aluminium processing systems - from shears and balers to shredders and hammer mills. Our team of experts - with first-hand experience of processing aluminium - will be on hand at the show to discuss your specific needs. See you there!    

By |2018-09-25T14:49:41+00:00September 20th, 2018|Company News, News|0 Comments

We’ll Be at RWM with Rotobec

McIntyre, a JMC Recycling company, will be attending RWM Exhibition (NEC, 11-12 September) this year with Rotobec, the Canadian manufacturer of the world's most robust grabs and grapples. McIntyre became the company's exclusive agent in the UK and Eire just three years ago and already there are more than 150 Rotobec grabs operating successfully in the UK. They have literally sold like hot cakes as word has spread that they are rugged and reliable, requiring far less maintenance than other grabs on the market, which makes them extremely cost-effective. You can read how MDJ Light Brothers significantly reduced its maintenance costs by replacing its scrap handling systems with Rotobec's: here. Better still, come to stand 5N15 and see the Rotobec 60 for yourself, and you'll soon understand why they are fast-becoming the preferred choice of many waste and other industrial operators. Rotobec's team will also be on hand to discuss its stationary loaders - another cost-saving innovation - and our experts will be available to discuss our wide range of recycling systems including cable granulators, car balers, shredders and shear balers.

By |2018-09-24T08:33:12+00:00September 5th, 2018|Company News, News|0 Comments

McIntyre Signed by FORREC as Agent for UK/Eire

Makes McIntyre shredder range the widest in UK For all applications from aluminium, waste and scrap to hard drives and cable We are delighted to announce we have secured the exclusive distribution rights in the UK and Eire for Italian company, FORREC Recycling Systems, which gives it the widest range of shredders in the nation. Over the past 20 years, FORREC has established a strong international reputation for the innovative design and meticulous manufacture of systems to process all types of solid industrial waste, including 32 models of shredders such as: FX 5000 and FX 8000 rotary shearing machines – ideal for cars (baled or whole) and bulk ferrous or non-ferrous scrap and sheet metal. Unlike many shredders on the market, these systems are designed specifically for purpose. They are constructed from the highest quality steel, and engineered to deliver maximum throughput (20-40 tons/h) with minimum maintenance time and cost. Special features include a dual shaft system with two motors per shaft (twice the norm), independent engines and reducers, automatic greasing managed by a ruggedised PLC, bearings outside the cutting chamber and interchangeable blades in a unique, robust steel. The low rotations per minute (4-6rpm) generates high torque to process even very difficult materials. TQ four-shaft shredders – ideal for aluminium and a range of waste materials. These heavy duty shredders deliver all the reliability, ease-of-use and power of the FX with the additional ability to control the size of output. Built for heavy-duty use, TQ shredders are efficient and flexible machines. Their low rotation (10-12 rpm), unique interchangeable shaft system and wear-proof screens significantly reduce maintenance costs. XK 3000 H single-shaft grinder (hydraulic) – ideal for aluminium. This grinder with hydraulic transmission is designed [...]

By |2018-08-08T10:46:34+00:00June 26th, 2018|News|0 Comments

McIntyre to Attend CARS with Bonfiglioli, MG Recycling and Rotobec

Live Demos, New Products, Expert Advice At this year’s CARS Expo (Stoneleigh, 11-12 July), McIntyre, a JMC Recycling Systems Ltd company, will demonstrate why it is the UK’s premier provider of recycling systems for end-of-life vehicles, with solutions for: Aluminium recovery from engines, gearboxes, radiators Baling and processing Catalytic converter processing De-pollution Processing wiring looms and harnesses Salvage, breaking This year, along with partners Bonfiglioli (powerful vertical shears and car balers), MG Recycling (high-performing cable granulators and pre-shredders) and Rotobec (robust and reliable grabs and grapples), McIntyre will be exhibiting and demonstrating a wide range of systems developed knowledgably for the automotive scrap market. The company will also be taking pre-orders for its new engine cracker, offering special prices on refurbished machines and announcing a new shredder partnership. SEE IN ACTION In the Live Demonstration Area, McIntyre will be demonstrating: Bonfiglioli Ariete car baler - This mobile car baler is ideal for car shells, as well as loose light iron, white goods and non ferrous material. It can process 10-12 vehciles per hour. Features include a hook lift system, 5m long charge box, electric or diesel drive and complete radio control. Bonfiglioli Squalo 1000 mobile horizontal shear - This powerful, tough and easily transportable shear can process any kind of mixed light/medium scrap metal, and also process HMS pieces by holding the material vertically on the hopper using the loading crane. It has a cutting capacity of 200mm diameter and 175mm square (mild steel bar), and a fully automatic cycle that makes one cut every 42-45 seconds. Yet it only takes one operator so provides the best cost: output ratio in its category. Indoors, you will be able to see and discuss: Best-seller: McIntyre 407 [...]

By |2018-08-08T10:39:35+00:00June 12th, 2018|News|0 Comments

GLJ Increases Scrap Processing with Bonfiglioli Shear

McIntyre is delighted to have sold a Bonfiglioli Squalo 3000 vertical shear to GLJ Recycling, one of Newport’s leading waste management and recycling companies. Built from high strength, high abrasion-resistant Weldox 700 and Hardox 500 special steel, all Squalo shears easily handle all kinds of HMS such as beams, rails, pipe, re-rod, skeleton plate, tanks and other types of heavy or oversized material. The powerful 3000 model can take input material up to around 15m in length and averages one cycle every 30 seconds, giving it the ability to process some 35 tons of scrap metal per hour. This impressive performance will help GLJ to improve the throughput and profitability of its scrap operation. It also offers the best cost-of-ownership in its class. Its blades have four cutting edges, each of which lasts an average of 250-300 working hours (depending on the type and quality of material they process) which means low downtime and service costs. Another advantage of this system is its mobility. It is equipped with four lifting cylinders which enable it to be moved easily onto goose-neck or low-boy trailers. For more product information, please click here.

By |2018-08-08T11:06:04+00:00April 2nd, 2018|Company News, News|0 Comments