The GSS single rotor shredder is a versatile machine suitable for recycling operations in production of valuable secondary raw materials. By adjusting the rotor speed and screen size, the final discharge size can be controlled and is suitable for the treatment of municipal solid waste, the production of fuel derived from waste, etc.
Equipment Price and Terms of Delivery?GEP Ecotech conducts business around the world, the delivery price of equipment changes frequently and is affected by multiple factors, including the price of raw materials, the delivery location, and the specific configuration of the equipment. You can inform us of your specific needs by filling in the form in our website or contacting our online service. We will send you the latest quotation after receiving your request.
Differences between single-shaft fine shredder and double-shaft shredderSimilarities: (1) the cutters are all arranged in a V-shape to reduce feeding resistance; (2) both adopt GI intelligent technology, which enables automatic lubrication, intelligent monitoring and abnormal alarms to reduce the risk of failure; (3) the drop screens are hydraulically opened to save maintenance costs and improve production continuity.
Difference: (1) single-shaft fine-shredding's cutting tools are bolted to the cutting holder, which is also bolted to the rotor; double-shaft fine-shredding's cutting tools are bolted to the cutting holder, which is welded to the rotor; (2) single-shaft fine-shredding's pusher is curved, while double-shaft fine-shredding has no pusher; (3) single-shaft fine-shredding's drop screen and drop screen bracket are of split structure, so only the drop screen needs to be replaced when replacing; double-shaft fine-shredding's drop screen and the drop screen bracket is a one-piece structure, the replacement needs to be replaced as a whole.
What materials can be shredded in a fine shredder?Most of the fine shredders are used for secondary or tertiary shredding, and the discharge size is concentrated in the range of 30-100mm. The materials that can be shredded are: domestic waste, industrial waste, general plastic for injection molding, extrusion and film blowing, non-ferrous metals such as copper and aluminums, wood such as wood pallets, round wood and wood trimmings, copper and aluminum core cables and composite cables, glass fiber products, car windshields, sealing tapes, etc. composite materials, unqualified products and expired items that need to be safely destroyed, etc. The range of applications is wide.