NM Heilig machinery for recycling and bulk handling systems

For the recycling and bulk handling industries, NM Heilig offers a wide range of machinery.

We pride ourselves in not only manufacturing machines and supplying them, but we also consider ourselves your partner during the engineering process, the installation and technical assistance during operations. NM Heilig is your one-stop-shop. Including our engineers at an early stage enables us to offer customized service and optimal recycling and handling results.

On this page, you will find concise descriptions of the machines we offer. If you have any question about us or one of our products, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our products

Bulk Handling

Heilig engineers and builds installations with high throughput and efficient transportation.

Recycling

NM Heilig designs and manufactures recycling installations for a wide variety of waste streams.

Conveyor systems

At NM Heilig we have been applying conveyor technologies for almost 4 decades.

Transloading equipment

Bulk materials have a specific need for transloading to ensure an efficient and cost-effective method of transportation.

Mobile equipment

Besides the transloading equipment for bulk materials, NM Heilig also designs and manufactures mobile equipment.

Storage solutions

For the bulk handling and recycling industries, many processes require a temporary storage solution.

Screening equipment

Screening equipment comes in many shapes and sizes and provides a variety of sorting solutions.

Air separator

In the recycling and bulk handling industry , implementing an air separator to the process sorts the materials and separates the lighter from the heavier fractions.

Mixers

For a variety of materials, NM Heilig offers customized industrial mixers.

Crushing equipment

Crushing equipment can be put to use to create a proper particle size.

Washing systems

To wash various materials during the processes of the recycling and bulk handling industry.

Control rooms

Today, mechanical sorting and separating have been developed into sophisticated techniques, that manual or visual inspection is no longer required.