Zato at ISRI Las Vegas 2024

Zato’s Industrial Metal Shredders at ISRI 2024: the gateway to your scrap metal recycling plant’s success

As the world gears up for ISRI 2024, the largest event in the recycled materials industry, we are thrilled to announce our presence as exhibitors at Booth 2361.

The fair is scheduled to run from April 15th to 18th, 2024, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

Discover our flagship product: the Blue Devil Rotary Shear, a cornerstone of innovation in scrap metal recycling technology.


Witness Zato’s Blue Devil Rotary Shear in action at ISRI 2024!

We are thrilled to announce that in conjunction with our presence at the ISRI event – booth 2361, Zato’s Blue Devil Rotary Shear will be showcased live just 8 minutes away from the venue.

At our nearby yard, our Blue Devil Rotary Shear will be running, transforming scrap metal into valuable resources right in front of your eyes. This extraordinary display underscores our commitment to innovation and excellence in the scrap metal recycling industry, but even more our dedication in meeting and exceeding our client’s needs.

The Zato team will be glad to arrange a visit to our nearby yard for those interested, allowing you to witness the Blue Devil Rotary Shear in action firsthand!

BB RECYCLING 6100 Polaris Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89118

Zato’s Blue Devil Rotary Shear revolutionizes scrap metal recycling: Allied Scrap Processors Inc. shares success story

Frank Giglia, co-owner of Allied Scrap Processors Inc. in Lakeland, Florida, shares his firsthand experience with Zato’s Blue Devil Twin Shaft shredder. “The beauty of the Zato Blue Devil lies in its simplicity”, says Giglia. Since its installation in 2021, the Blue Devil has been a reliable workhorse, seamlessly processing between 60 and 80 tons of material daily, much more than what the facility’s shear already was handling.

How does the Blue Devil enhance your competitive edge?

“We can compete for material much better because we have that upgrade capability now”, Giglia says. “We’re really not buying any different material; we are just getting better prices because it is shredded and prepared.

How does the Blue Devil contribute to material upgrade?

Zato’s Blue Devil “it’s a real simple machine and it runs all the time”, Giglia says. “It prepares the material well and produces a high grade of scrap, comparable to No. 1 [heavy melting] steel.”

Why did you choose the Blue Devil to perform the task?

“It’s a very well-made machine”, he says. “That’s important. To me, it’s pretty much a beast for what the application is. It’s got to have material that it can grip and tear apart, and it’s doing a heck of a job on it.”

Frank Giglia and Zato - ISRI 2024

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