Machines

Mobile, Portable and Static Shears REFLEX

The REFLEX scrap shears are ideal for shearing and baling scrap metal such as welded structures, white goods, ELVs, collection scrap and non-ferrous scrap metals.

REFLEX machines represent a real breakthrough in the concept of mobile scrap shears. As this type of machine is used in very demanding operating conditions, we have decided to apply the same technical choices to this range as those made for our heavy range of LIDEX shear presses.

Key Advantages


Real innovations guarantee both quality and robustness at an unequalled level on a range of mobile shear balers with compression by wings:

  • Innovative guidance of the slide-block of the shear for greater reliability and reduced costs,

  • New kinematics of the press wings to optimize compression box closing power and reduce cycle times,

  • Reinforced soundproofing by integral engine casing cladding with sound insulation and wide acoustic grilles,

  • Hydraulics and automatism redesigned for more reliability and operating flexibility.

The REFLEX shear balers are perfect versatile machines that can be used for both shearing and compacting scrap metals. It is therefore suitable for the most varied operating configurations.

The REFLEX is specially designed for the processing of scrap such as welded structures, white goods, ELVs, collection scraps and all types of non-ferrous scrap metals.

With excellent cutting performance, it is also perfectly suited to the production of bales.

Available in a mobile version on road chassis, it is also available in a portable version with or without hydraulic support legs, and electric or diesel drive.

Technical Data


REFLEX 500REFLEX 650REFLEX 900

Cutting force

500 t650 t900 t

Hold-down force

100 t120 t200 t

Compression box

5000 mm6000 mm7000 mm

Diesel power

250 hp (180 kW)350 hp (260 kW)500 hp (370 kW)

Electrical drive

110 kW200 kW355 kW

Mobile version

3 axles4 axles6 axles

Portable version

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Baling

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