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Industrial Grinder Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of industrial grinder manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top industrial grinder manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any industrial grinder company can design, engineer, and manufacture industrial grinders to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach industrial grinder companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of plastic grinders, tub grinder, and industrial wood grinders.

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  • Cambridge, ON 800-465-3214

    Our industrial grinders are made from the highest quality materials. We use innovative processes to create our designs, and our engineering team is always looking for new ways to improve our manufacturing. We place our customer’s needs as our highest priority, and we work hard to make sure you have everything you need! Look to us to provide you with solutions to everyday and extraordinary problems. Contact us today!

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  • Archdale, NC 336-895-1963

    Since Vecoplan was founded in Germany in 1969, they have been striving to provide quality products and superior service. Now, with footholds in many additional countries, including the US, they continue to influence the market with various types of equipment, including cardboard shredders. No matter what material you’re working with, Vecoplan has a solution for you.

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  • Wilsonville, OR 503-682-3633

    We have remained a leader in the shredding business for over 30 years. In fact, our engineering and patent technologies have influence the evolution of shredders around the world. We continually expand our limits by asking “What needs shredding?” Find out how we can help you by visiting our website today! We also love contact through email or by phone, which ever you prefer!

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  • Grand Prairie, TX 877-582-7800

    When you work in industrial manufacturing, you know just how important waste disposal and breakdown can be. Our Saturn Grizzly-brand industrial grinders and granulators are built to last, and at up to 10 tons per hour, offer the highest capacity in the industry, which is why our customers keep coming back! We aim to offer you superior construction, affordability, and innovation in everything we do. For more information visit www.granutech.com.

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  • Germantown, WI 800-959-0880

    Since 1933 Blower Application Company has provided customers with industrial waste disposal solutions. Paper, foil, light metal, plastic, wood pallets and skids are no match for our five varieties of shredders. We offer horizontal floor shredders, piggyback shredders, warehouse shredders, core shredders and pallet shredders. Our products minimize noise, dust, maintenance and energy consumption.

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Industrial Grinders Industry Information

Industrial Grinders

Industrial grinders are industrial shredders that use attrition and compression to crush many different materials into very small pieces or powder. Instead of using blades to shred materials, grinders are able to reduce hard, strong materials like wood, plastic, clay, and shale into powder, dust, or shavings by using a high pressure hopper or series of rollers. Because they are mostly employed for large, heavy duty applications, grinders are rarely found anywhere but in industrial environments.

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Applications of Industrial Grinders

Grinders are used in furniture companies, cabinet manufacturing, construction supply companies, sawmills, and dimension mills to reduce scrap wood for recycling purposes. Scraps, stumps, chips, and shavings are all fed through a grinder to become uniform sawdust that is used as animal bedding, compost, and roofing paper. These industrial grinders are called tub grinders, which strictly work with wood and organic material. Other grinding applications besides waste reduction include recycling, land clearing, construction, and demolition.

Industrial Grinder Orientations

An industrial grinder either has a horizontal or vertical orientation and one or more feeding shafts. An auto drive hopper made out of steel presses the material against a blade. The grinder is powered by an electric motor, while the hopper is powered hydraulically. Depending on the size of the material and the desired rate of grinding, grinders have varying horsepower. The largest grinders are able to produce 600 or more yards of shavings per hour, while standard grinders produce anywhere from 40 to 100 yards. The particle size of the shavings, powder or dust also varies, depending on the mesh size of screens through which the material must pass. Particles that are too large are fed back through the grinder a second time until they have reached the desired size. Tub grinders, used for wood recycling, use a hammer that rips and tears large pieces of wood and pulls them below the tub floor by forcing them through small openings in grates. When looking for a new grinder, considerations should be made for how much material will go through the grinder, how large the finished product should be, and whether it will be relocated often. Some grinders are made for warehouse settings, while others are mobile and able to travel over rough forest terrain.



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Gilliland Joins VIC Electrical Engineering

Vecoplan Integrated Controls, North America’s leading manufacturer of control panels for industrial machinery and complete integrated control systems for manufacturing plants, has added Henry Gilliland to its Electrical Engineering team. Gilliland graduated from NC State University in May 2012, earning a B.S. degree with a double major in Computer Engineering & Electrical Engineering. In addition he brings 3 years of practical experience to his new position at VIC. Working first on a co-op basis at Highland Industries while pursuing his undergraduate degree from NC State, and then upon completion, as... Read More About This