Paper Scrap & Paper Trim Collection

Dust Control Systems

Scrap & Trim Collection Dust Control System

Engineered Recycling Systems is leader in the corrugated manufacturing industry with its latest Scrap and Trim Collection, Vacuum Transfer and Dust Control, custom-designed to meet the needs of today and the challenges of tomorrow.

Departing from conventional options in the marketplace, ERS has modernized technology for scrap systems through the use of two defining features: the Balancing Fan and CCM® Filter. As air, dust and scrap enter the system through the ERS LPS (low profile separator) and scrap deposits into the baler chute, a balancing fan is installed to neutralize down pressure in the baler chute and ensure balanced energy throughout that adjusts automatically with system fluctuating air flows.

With the utilization of a balancing fan, the system uses only the amount of horsepower necessary to operate. The remaining air and dust is then pneumatically conveyed to the CCM® Filter, which includes rotating and oscillating suction nozzles.
Inside the filter the nozzles continuously vacuum any dust and waste from the filter media. The deep filter cleaning every 2-3 minutes results in low pressure loss. The dust is then conveyed to a high efficiency dust collection cyclone which discharges into a dust pucker. These dust pucks can then go into a dumpster or back into the baler chute.

Compliant with workplace safety, health, and fire protection guidelines.

Paper Scrap & Paper Trim Collection Dust Control System
Example of a Scrap System Dust Control Functional Scheme

Trim Removal System

If you're looking for an industrial trim removal system, Engineered Recycling Systems is the right partner for you. Trimming excess material from products is a vital but often overlooked part of the manufacturing process. Our industrial systems are a cost-effective and efficient way to remove trimming waste for every application area.

Why your company needs a trim removal system

If you're running a business that involves any kind of industrial process, chances are high, that you can benefit by a trim removal system. It is designed to remove excess material like paper, plastics or foil from your products, streamlining your manufacturing process and therefore saving you money.

There are many different types of removal systems, so it's important to choose one that's right for your needs. You'll want to consider factors like the size and type of material you're working with, the speed of your production process, and the amount of waste you generate.

The right trim removal system can save you time and money, so it's an essential piece of equipment for any industrial operation. But it has even more advantages from which your company can benefit, which we would like to explain briefly below.

Increased product quality

Firstly, it can help improve the quality of the finished product by removing unwanted debris. A better product quality helps your business in many ways. For one, higher quality products can attract new customers, potentially generating new orders. Higher quality products can also be sold at higher prices, increasing the overall sales and profits of your business.

Improved efficiency

Secondly, it can help speed up the production by reducing the amount of time needed to remove debris manually and help to improve the overall efficiency of the production process. Faster processes not only save considerable costs for energy or labour, they also increase customer satisfaction because orders can be processed more quickly.

Safety and health benefits for your employees

Thirdly, it can help improve employees safety by reducing the exposure to sharp objects and potential injuries. Particle filtration also reduces the dust density in the air, which is particularly beneficial to the lungs and respiratory systems of your employees. Working in a pleasant environment not only improves the general health of your employees, but also has a positive effect on their productivity.

Environmental benefits

Finally, a trim removal system can help protect the environment, by reducing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. The reduction in pollutant emissions also has a positive effect on the environment. It has also a positive impact on the air quality in the entire surrounding area. Companies can benefit in the medium to long term by adopting sustainable production and other environmentally friendly measures at an early stage. The cost savings alone make the purchase of a removal system worthy.


How to choose the right trim removal system for your needs

There are several factors to consider when purchasing a trim removal system. These include the size of the production process and the type of product being produced. In addition, it is important to consider the speed of the production process, as well as the amount of waste generated. It is also important to consider the safety factors involved in using a removal machine. There are several different types available. It is important to choose one that will work best for your specific needs. When it comes to choosing the right trim removal system for your needs, there are a few things you need to take into account.


The first to consider is the type of material you're working with. There are different systems designed for different types of trim, so you'll need to make sure you get one that's compatible with the material you're working with. For example, some systems are designed for removing light trim, while others are designed for removing heavy duty debris. Make sure to get a plant that can handle all the sizes your company is dealing with.

Production process

When selecting a removal system, you must consider the entire production process and all the necessary requirements. The first thing you should consider is in which speed you want to remove the trim. Some systems are designed to work quickly, while others offer more control and accuracy. Consider how fast you need to work and choose a system accordingly.

The size

You'll need to choose a size that's fitted appropriately for your production hall and can be easily integrated in the industrial process. In addition to the space available, the size of the plant naturally depends on the quantity of trim to be removed. In principle, the machine should be able to handle the quantities produced in the process. However, it is advisable to choose a system that can handle more than the minimum requirement in order to be prepared for possible increases in production.


We can integrate different features in the plant, so it's important to consider the features you need when choosing one. Together we can develop a suitable system for your individual production processes and products and discuss which features need to be integrated into the system. Due to the high degree of individuality, of course, the prices vary. We ask you to plan your budget in advance.

The systems of ERS

Our removal systems are among the most advanced and technically innovative available on the market. Right from the development stage, we paid particular attention to ensuring that they are precisely geared to the needs of today. They combine trim collection, vacuum transfer and dust control into one coherent process.

Two technologies in particular that we have developed in this area stand out as particularly innovative and are only available in this form in our systems: the balancing fan and the CCM® filter.

The balancing fan creates a negative pressure to remove any debris and contamination that collects on the walls of the unit during operation. The plant thus manages to rid itself of coarse impurities on its own, ensuring excellent performance on a permanent basis. It works more efficiently and accordingly consumes significantly less energy, which in turn leads to lower costs.


The dust particles are then passed on and transported to the CCM® filter. The filter absorbs the particles and thus prevents them from being released into the environment. To ensure that the filter continues to function properly even after several hours and days, we have installed several suction nozzles around it. These suck up the dust adhering to the filter at 2-3 minute intervals during operation.

Afterwards, the dust picked up by the suction nozzles is transported out of the machine into a waste container, where it can be disposed easily and without much effort.

Each of our systems complies with generally applicable occupational safety, health (OSHA) and fire protection (NFPA) guidelines as standard. You do not need any additional equipment to comply with the relevant guidelines.

If you are interested in our trim removal systems, please feel free to contact us. Together we can see how a plant for your production process could look like. We are looking forward to your inquiry.

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