The 100-100 is a monster of a machine. The throat opening of this shredder is 100″ x100″. It has a centre to centre distance of 36″! This is by far the largest industrial shredder available on the market. It’s ideal for processing scrap metal, car bodies, OTR tires and many more bulky items. It’s also capable of immense throughputs of 50 tons per hour.
Just like all of our shredders, this model comes with Siemens motors, SKF bearings and Siemens/Telemechanique control panels. The ideal shredder for large waste processing facilities, mines, and military disposal yards.
4140 alloy steel blades and shafts. 4340 available as an option, just like stainless steel. If you need something big, really big, look no further.
Below are pictures of the latest shredding line we have completed. We have pioneered shredding lines many years ago. The whole purpose of a line of shredders is to increase throughput and reduce maintenance cost. By spreading the wear across three shredder, and by using a prograssively finer cut, the system can run for up to five times longer before any maintenance is required. Furthermore, shredders can be maintained one at a time, allowing the line to continue production. Even though the throughput will be slightly reduced when pulling one shredder off the line for maintenance, the other two shredders are still produce end material. Only with a shredding line can you achieve constant production.
This system is to be used in the Carolinas for ewaste and tires, but it can do much more. These are three of our 5444 model shredders. At the end of the system, there is a disc screen with a recirculating loop to ensure end product consistancy. This is basically a Fuel Chip system, even though it is to be used for primery reduction in an ewaste processing center. The machines were all setup and tested prior to final painting, which will occur during dismantling.
Our 7272 shredder is also an ideal machine for processing municipal solid waste. The pictures below are of a recently delivered 7272 shredder that was installed at a solid waste district in Arkansas. They process everything they need to reduce through this industrial shredder: Truck tires, solid waste, wood waste, organic waste, the works! Since this machine has long wearing blades, they will be processing several thousands of tons of material before they need to have them re-built. Thats right, re-built! You don’t need to ever change the blades on these machines. When they get dull, any machine shop can simply rebuild the edges and sharpen them, so no thisckness is ever lost.
The three shredder line we posted a few weeks ago is almost completely installed at the users facility. It’s a monster of a system: