Service

Nihot Recycling Technology BV is part of the Bulk Handling Systems Group and is equipped and trained to provide first class service for the equipment as sold within the group. This includes equipment like the Nihot Windshifter range, Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) screening technology, National Recovery Technologies (NRT) optical sorting equipment and the Max-AI® Robotic Sorters range. We also have a dedicated service team to provide on site support such as preventive maintenance inspections, parts replacement, training on site, calibration of the systems and much more. With all this broad experience we can service our customers and support them with finding suitable solutions for existing and new challenges.

Want to know more or are you looking for support with your request, please do not hesitate to contact us via the below contact page, send an email to service@nihot.nl or call +31 (0)20 58 220 30.

We offer the following services for the brands under the BHS group:

  • Service,
  • Parts,
  • Maintenance,
  • Preventive Maintenance contracts,
  • Commissioning/separation support,
  • Technicians on site,
  • Retrofits or upgrades.

 


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