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1. (WO2019064086) MODULAR SHEAR PRESS
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CLAIMS

1. A shear press (100) for scrap comprising a machine body (105) defining a compaction channel (125) adapted to contain the scrap and guide it in a sliding manner along a predetermined advance direction (A), compaction means (155) coupled to the machine body (105) and adapted to compact the scrap in the compaction channel (125), and cutting means (180) coupled to the machine body (105) and positioned at one end of the compaction channel (125) to separate the compacted scrap into portions, characterized in that the machine body (105) comprises at least two mutually separable blocks, of which a first block (105A) to which the compaction means (155) and the cutting means (180) are coupled, and a second block (105B) defining a portion of the compaction channel (125) adapted to serve as a loading hopper for the scrap to be treated.

2. A shear press (100) according to claim 1 , characterized in that the first block (105A) of the machine body (105) comprises a first flat flange (300) adapted to be put into contact and to be fixed to a corresponding flat flange (305) of the second block (105B).

3. A shear press (100) according to claim 2, characterized in that the first flat flange (300) of the first block (105A) and the corresponding flat flange (305) of the second block (105B) lie in a plane (B) transversely intersecting the compaction channel (125).

4. A shear press (100) according to claim 3, characterized in that the plane (B) in which the first flat flange (300) of the first block (105A) and the corresponding flat flange (305) of the second block (105B) lie is substantially orthogonal to the advance direction (A) of the scrap in the compaction channel (125).

5. A shear press (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the compaction channel (125) is inferiorly delimited by a bottom plane (130) which is inclined from the top downwards towards the cutting means (180).

6. A shear press (100) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the machine body (105) comprises a third block

(105C), which is removably fixed to the first block (105A) on the opposite side with respect to the second block (105B).

7. A shear press (100) according to claim 2 and 6, characterized in that the first block (105A) of the machine body (105) comprises a second flat flange (310) adapted to be put into contact and to be fixed to a corresponding flat flange (315) of the third block (105C).

8. A shear press (100) according to claim 7, characterized in that the second flat flange (310) of the first block (105A) and the corresponding flat flange (315) of the third block (105C) lie in a plane (C) parallel to the plane (B) where the first flat flange (300) of the first block (105A) and the corresponding flat flange (305) of the second block (105B) lie.

9. A shear press (100) according to claim 8, characterized in that the footprint of the first block (105A), including the cutting means (180) and the compaction means (155), in a direction orthogonal to the second flat flange (310) is smaller than the footprint of the first block (105A), including the cutting means (180) and the compaction means (155), in a direction orthogonal to a support plane (1 15) of the machine body (105).