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Global-Recycling-Equipment.com Company Inc. Joins with Shredderhotline.com Company Inc.
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 26, 2013 12:45 AM
CHICAGO, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The global recycling equipment group owned by the Burda family has renewed effort for mini shredding systems for under 1 million with many designs in the $250,000 range for the recycling industry.
Data shown on the website www.industrialshredder.com shows may layouts for a multi shred system with a dual wash line that can provide a MULT function use to shred plastic and other waste materials in large volumes with a wash line to clean dirty material for upgrade.
The need in the industry for more automated lines to take bales of scrap metal and plastic and shred for upgrade or in the case of plastic wash the material for further processing and upgrade needs.
The concept designed by the Burda Group in 1970 is to take bales of material or even bulky items such as tires, pallets, fridges, stoves, and shred for volume reduction and upgrade. The need for many items such as plastic must be washed to ensure proper upgrade for the world market.
We have found that if materials are not shredder or shredded and washed then the final end product can not be resold or accepted by China or other countries.
On our website www.globalrecyclingequipment.com shows data on the pender design and pictures of this design for shredding scrap metal to a frag form using a shear shredder and a vertical densifier.
This data on the website www.industrialshredder.com shows more detail on the layout needed for plastic bale shredding or bulky material shredding where wash is needed.
The industry should start to understand that industrial shredding systems are not all large but in most cases they are larger than most people understand.
Small shredders have a place in our industry but large shredders are often needed to take the place of a small shredder to endure the duty cycle or the shredding application of the task.
The pictures on the website www.shredderhotline.com and many of the Burda Group company sites show layouts of shredder and rasper designs that have been installed around the world including the US Army and US Air Force for the shredding tires in Iraq to a wire free recycled form.
The systems offered in our data sheets shown on the website www.industrialshredder.com involve designs using a single and dual shredder layout with or without wash lines.
Most shredding of scrap metal is processed into a fist size chunk and allow the removal of contaminants and other items such as rocks and dirt and grit.
The mode of feeding will vary but this standard design for feeding can change from a horizontal mode feed system for the primary shredder to a vertical mode for the primary or secondary shredder.
The pictures of the system shown on the website www.industrialshredder.com outline some of the variations of a horizontal feed system for plastic pipe processing and bulk plastic bale processing or even carpet shredding and mattress shredding for recycling of these materials.
The pictures on the website www.globalrecyclingequipment.com show a triple shred line for e waste for metal and plastic recovery.
Shredders are not expensive if you find the right company and shredders of the past are not the same as the shredders made today by group such as ours with patented low hp high torque designs.
The core shredder in the the Edal Kubota shredding system has an infeed opening of 2 meters by 2 meters for bulky items.
Shredders like these are all over the world.
They are called slow speed shear type shredders.
Other designs of shredders are called raspers.
Other designs of shredders are called single shaft grinders.
Other designs of shredders are called vertical grinders.
The shredderhotline.com company makes all types of shredders and does not offer just one design but multiple designs and machines to handle the task of shredding.
No one machine can do it all.
Everyone that make shredders must have a diversified shredder family in their design packages.
The only difference is that most shredder groups do not have multiple lines to offer.
That limits the selection for clients.
Today most groups in the industry who purchase a shredder have bought the first shredder that they feel works well for their application.
Most do not understand that their selection may be wrong.
Most groups do not understand linear design systems.
Most shredding systems bought today are not using the best design.
The base shredder today for many applications should have an large infeed opening to grab bales or slugs of material.
The layout of the typical shredder is shown clearly on our website www.industrialshredder.com.
Most industrial shredders are the size of a school bus.
If they are not that big then they may not be an industrial shredder.
Be careful in your selection of low cost shredders and do not think that you have to buy a machine from China to get a low cost shredder.
There are many low cost shredders made in the USA and Europe by our group and others.
Look around and check things out.
The design of all shredding systems are refined during the engineering stage but the concept and data of design is based on the layout data in our website at www.shredderhotline.com.
All layouts of a two shredder system is shown in our data.
As outlined above, the base system needed in the waste industry is typically comprised of two shredders to slice and dice material and often involves wash tanks when plastic is involved.
We design systems as a modular form in concept and is comprised of many sub components for shredding.
Once again the shredding process used in todays world uses a primary shredder to open up the bales of material.
Another system to watch in the new decade of shredders is our design to shred white goods into a frag form.
See what we offer at www.industrialshredder.com\
SOURCE SHREDDERHOTLINE.COM COMPANY
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