Cardboard Recycling Machinery and Packaging Solutions by Brentwood Recycling Systems


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Brentwood Recycling Systems are the Australian and New Zealand distributor for Cushion Pack Cardboard Shredders. These units are able to shred cardboard boxes and recycle them into a soft and flexible packaging material, reducing eco footprint and recycling costs.

The range of models have been designed for low to high volume packing applications, with the dust extraction assembly able to be connected to stand alone dust collection units.

Turn unwanted cardboard boxes into soft, pliable packing materials
Other features and benefits include:

  • Ideal as bubble wrap or void fill
  • Simple, easy maintenance 
  • Built-in dust extraction assembly 
  • Robust cutting cylinders
  • Easy to use controls
  • Thorough-puts from 2m 3/hr up to 10m
  • Slide trim knife- all widths of cardboard are able to be processed
CP320 S2
  • 1.1kW 240 Volts
  • 12 meters/minute, 2-3m3/hr
CP323 S2
  • 1.5kw 415 Volts
  • 12 meters/minute, 3-4m3/hr
CP422 S2
  • 1.8kW, 415 Volts
  • 13 meters/minute, 4-6m3/hr
  CP428 S2
  • 3.0kW, 415 Volts
  • 14 meters/minute, 6-9m3/hr
  • Can handle 20mm thick cartons
CP430 S2
  • 4.0kW, 415Volts
  • 16 meters/minute, 7-10m3/hr 4.0kW
Brentwood Cushion Packs ensure your unwanted waste is turned into a soft and flexible packaging material that will save you money on purchased packaging solutions as well as reducing overall eco footprint. Brentwood Recycling Systems information and contact details


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