Easily adapt your currency destruction systems to polymer

Since 1979, our banknote destruction systems can handle cotton, polymer, and hybrid banknotes. There is no exceptional design needed to deal with.

Destroying polymer banknotes is not so difficult

Although the concept of banknote destruction is the same for all substrates, we are happy to explain the whole process for polymer notes in this.

The 5 pros and cons of polymer banknotes

Banknotes, we all know how they look and how to use them. Most of them are made from paper, but more and more countries are adopting polymer.

The 5 pros and cons of cotton banknotes

Cotton banknotes; What are they made from? How are they made? How long do they last? Are they recyclable? In this blog, we will discuss their pros.

From banknote to power socket; Processing polymer banknotes

Polymer banknotes are an ongoing innovation in currency. Instead of a cotton-based substrate, these notes are made of a thin sheet of polypropylene.

Turning cash into a natural resource; Recycling banknotes

The disposal of unfit banknotes doesn’t stop with the destruction and briquetting of the banknotes alone. There is still the remaining waste paper in.

Extracting, collecting and compacting the shreds of unfit banknotes

When destroying banknotes, both on- and off-line, a reliable solution to efficiently transport and collect the shreds is important. Especially in.

Shredding and Granulating; Sustainably Destroying Unfit Banknotes

The destruction of unfit banknotes in today’s world is primarily done through the shredding and granulating of the notes so these can be further.

The difference between offline and online banknote destruction

With heavy usage over a longer period of time, banknotes eventually become unfit for use. These notes are then returned to cash centres across the.

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