Industrial Shredders specializes in custom shredding solutions for the most demanding conditions. Our clients shred tissue, cardboard, carbon fibre, soft plastics, cardboard cores, skinny sheet metal, foam, paper, and other materials. We’re ready to assist our clients in achieving their “tough” shredding goals, whether to reduce, recycle, minimize trash, shred for safety, or something else. You’ll learn from start to finish about our procedures for building bespoke industrial shredders in the sections below.
Shredders’ industrial worker constructs machines “from the ground up.
According to David Barnard, shredders industrial welding and construction teams are a vital part of our technique. A new worker focus series will highlight the workers who design and operate our industrial shredding equipment. Eric Wallace, a Manufacture and Welding Specialist at shredding machinery, is our first spotlight.
Cardboard Industrial Shredding Using Shear Cut Technology
In a variety of markets, the high-speed sheer cut provides unrivalled benefits. I recently wrote about our high-speed shear cut process on our blog, demonstrating how this cutting-edge technology can be used in the cell industry and high-security, high-volume shredding applications. The focus of today’s blog will be on how new high-speed large-cut technology can help. Today’s blog will concentrate on how modern high-speed large cut technology can be utilized to reuse cardboard and applications.
High-Speed Shear Cells Log Shredder Revolutionizes Cells Industry
Industrial Shredders utilize Tissue Log Shredders fitted to the cellular paper culling process, allowing businesses to reuse and repurpose their miss rolls. While there are a variety of cell log shredders available, our high-speed, shear cut technique is unique and provides the most recyclable output possible. The distinctions between shredding machinery and Log Shredders are explained below.
The best-kept secret in industrial shredding is High-Speed Shear
It’s easy to get lost in the plethora of options offered in the industrial shredding industry. Look up “industrial shredders” on the internet. Straight, vertical, and single, double, and triple shear type shredders are all available. Granulators, blade hogs, raspers, mailers, flails, cracker mills, and granulators with quad shaft layouts, single shaft mills with single or twin shaft layouts, granulators, blade hogs, raspers, mailers, flails, cracker mills.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed in the industrial shredding industry because many possibilities exist. You go to the internet and type up “industrial shredder machine.” In this category, you’ll find straight hammermills, vertical hammermills, slow-moving speed shear type shredders with a single, double, three-way, and quad shaft layouts, single shaft grinders with single or dual shaft layouts, granulators, knife hogs, raspers, mailers, flails, cracker mills, and refining mills.
What is not stated on most lists is the High-Speed Shear Cut shredder. Our high-speed sheer cut shredder is a unique shredding system with exceptional benefits. This blog teaches more about the high-speed shear cut procedure and how it contrasts with the standard low-speed, high torque procedure.
Unlike other shredders on the market, this process uses a single point shear to join the rotary cutting blade and cutter bar. This precise cut is called a “ninja-style cut” because the edges are produced on a helix, resulting in a cleaner cut that keeps the fibres intact and builds a stronger final product.
Low-speed shredding with high torque
The majority of firms offer low-speed, shredding machinery. A “chewing sort cut” is what it’s called. These systems utilize twin or triple-balanced shredder heads to crush or tear the product fibres. This is important, especially in the tissue sector, where threads are routinely reused and rewoven into paper, for similar reasons, in the corrugated industry.