The stationary Haas Arthos Hammermill, formerly known as the HSZ, has been a popular secondary shredder within the hammermill sector for many years.

The static Arthos Hammermill is the ideal solution for the crushing of waste wood, green waste, oversizes after screening, shavings, moulding shavings, biomass, PVC window frames, bulky and industrial waste, PVC profiles and pipes. Depending on the material and the desired end product, special Haas hammers, counter knives, and screen basket-systems can be used. With the help of individually matched counter knives and screen basket-systems, the unwanted fine fraction will be reduced to a minimum.

The special ballistic chute protects the hammermill from wear and machine breakage

The range consists of 4 models; the Arthos 1000-E, 1300-E, 1600-E and 2000-E. The number denotes the size (mm) of the infeed area of each model.


  • Wood
  • Green / Organic Waste
  • Biomass
  • Bark
  • Plastics
  • C&I (commercial and industrial) Waste
  • Bulky Waste
  • PVC Profiles / Plastic Window Frames
*All input material must be pre-shredded.

Key Features + Options

  • Consistent product size from <30 – <100 mm - depending on tool configuration and screen system (according to user requirements).

  • Resistant against impurities - Due to flexible swinging hammers.

  • Ballistic Chute - Impurities are automatically ejected

  • Easy Screen Change System - Screen exchange in shortest time due to hydraulically opening screen basket

  • Effortless Exchange - of hammers and hammer shafts

  • Special HAAS Hammer - and counter-knife combinations minimise the fine fraction

  • Sturdy Construction - Downtimes will be minimised and costs reduced

  • Homogeneous end product - and exposure of ferrous and non-ferrous parts

  • Very Quiet - even with high performance

  • Low Fuel Consumption

Technical Specification + Throughput

Technical Specification

Power:  90 - 200 kW

Infeed Width: 1000mm

Infeed Height: 1200mm

Rotor: ∅1200mm



Various Waste Streams: up to 18tph*

*Throughput based on an average grain size of 60 - 80mm with a normal and continuously feeding and average degree of impurities.

Call us today on 0844 776 2386 for a free consultation to help find the right machine for you, email us at enquiries@crjservices.co.uk or fill out the form below.