Basics difference of shredders and granulator in the process industry:


23 Dec

Plastic machinery sales from the past two decades are growing tremendously because of the usage in daily life. One of the fastest-growing industries in the world includes plastic manufacturing activities. Granules for plastic manufacturing material is now enrolled in the commodities market as well, and for that, there are certain happenings because of machinery sales. Inc or integrated part of the industries functioning in a way that considered as the central system.


This machinery includes shredders and granulators, which are an essential part of the plants. Two procedures are followed; especially one for soft plastics and another is for hard or rigid plastics. It is not necessary that every time machine could generate precisely what is used for, errors or manufacturing faults can occur, which can be counted as a loss. To recover that material generally recyclable material, there is certain operations take place.


But either you should go for recycling or go for outsourcing that material, it should be adequately manageable, of one shape and accurate required size. For that following machines are designed accordingly. 


Granulators: 


Besides the press:  One of the types of granulator introduced for fastest recycling and light-weighted material to be processed. However, the average volume can be processed in this type but generally used for inter-industry scrap and off-spec parts. It can minimize the wastage cost and recycle the material within the batch. 


Central granulators:  One can easily resemble its name to its functionality that it connects through significant streams and in between the process. Usually, for high weight and volume material are entered in it to process smoothly. Extended big hopper is also designed for this machine to stabilize the larger parts like material sheets that are usually big in sizes, pipes, startup film rolls and so on. Operating measures include high power rotors which are designed to revolve it at standard 400 to 500 RPM. Cost-cutting granulators have a specification of 190 RPM, although significant materials with less time can cause it harm. 


Shredders: Chopping or grinding are secondary names for this, it usually operates at low rpm about 100 to 130, to chew each and everything that fed into it. Shafts and knives are generally of thick blades that why you can only expect shredded output from it. Small pieces won’t easily be shredded and can easily be to come out between the blades.

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