The stationary shredders of LINDNER’s KOMET series are intended for the final shredding of various waste streams, to meet the specifications of the recipient.

The material must have undergone some processing, such as pre-shredding, magnetic separation of ferrous metals, screening of fine particles and air sifting for heavy fraction separation, aiming to improve the product quality and to protect the shredder.

Main features: The KOMET shredders are single shafted, with straight cutting tools (rectangular plates) arranged along the shaft. The shredded material must pass through a screen with round or hexagonal openings, which define the size of the output material. Powered by an asynchronous electric motor.

Apart from the basic version, there are also versions PK or HP.


Model Weight Cutting System Length Power
Komet 1800
(Available only as Standard or PK)
Std: 18,5 Tn
PK: 20,1 Tn
~1800mm 1x200kW
Komet 2200
(Available in all versions)
Std. or HP: 22,5Tn
PK: 25,4 Tn
~2100mm Std. or PK: 2x132kW
HP: 2x200kW
Komet 2800
(Available in all versions)
Std. or HP: 26Tn
PK: 29Tn
~2800mm Std. or PK: 2x160kW
HP: 2x250kW

The Production capacity of the various models depends on the type and specification of the input materials, as well as the required size of the output.

For more detailed information, you may visit the manufacturer’s website – depending on the version: https://www.lindner.com/komet or https://www.lindner.com/komet-hp or https://www.lindner.com/komet-pk


  • The most usual KOMET application is the final shredding of materials coming from commercial/industrial, bulky, and municipal solid waste, for the production of alternative fuel.

  • Similar results may be obtained by universal shredders which, however, have a different cutting system, are operating at lower speed and cannot match the productivity of a specialized machine like KOMET.

TEREC’s experienced sales staff will assist you to the right choice of model and cutting system, as well as the estimation of its true production potential.