Waste Shredders Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Cambridge, ON

    Shred-Tech is an industry leader in the custom design and manufacturing of waste reduction systems and shredding machinery for a variety of recycling applications. Our Mobile and Stationary shredding solutions can handle a wide variety of materials including e-waste, plastics, paper, and metals. Contact us today or visit us online for more details.

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  • Archdale, NC

    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

    SSI Shredding designs and manufactures technologically advanced shredding systems for use with materials such as paper, wood, plastic, metals, scrap, and more. Our industry leading line of products includes single, 2 and 4 shaft shredders, as well as primary reducers and compact solutions. We can also custom design a shredder guaranteed to be the most efficient solution to your particular set of needs.

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  • Grand Prairie, TX

    Granutech-Saturn Systems is a full service manufacturer of shredders, crushers, and grinders. Our innovative engineering team is constantly on the forefront of new technological applications, such as our hybrid-drive option for single, dual, and quad shaft shredders. This allows for 30% higher performance compared to traditional models. For the best in shredding, backed by decades of experience, turn to Granutech!

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Waste Shredders Industry Information

Waste Shredders

Waste shredders are useful for industrial businesses, municipal service departments and waste disposal centers. Heavy duty waste shredders are capable of processing everything from paper to bulky waste made out of strong materials like wood and metal. Some waste shredders can be built to reduce materials to a fine pulp if necessary. Shredders come in a variety of sizes and can have applications in many industries where large waste needs to be condensed before disposal. Some of the most common types of shredders use shaft grinders, hammer mills, slow speed sheers or refining mills to process materials. Sometimes waste shredding is just the beginning of the recycling process, particularly for recycled metals.

Waste shredders can be built to run on electrical or gas power and many of the larger ones run on a gas powered generator that puts out enough horsepower to process objects as large as old cars and appliances. Most shredders process materials by running them through a series of rotating discs and blades that crush them and then forcefully separate them so that the remaining materials can be easily condensed for disposal or repurposing. Some waste shredding units have a conveyor belt attached to them. This belt carries that shredded waste to a bin or depository, preventing the waste from quickly building up around the machine if it is used frequently.

Most waste shredders have a hopper located on the top of the machine. This hopper is where the waste must be placed. From here it is pulled directly into the machine to be shredded. This equipment can be very dangerous, so it is important that the appropriate safety precautions are used when operating a waste shredder. A control and management system is attached to the shredder, and this can be used to operate the machine by controlling speeds and output. Waste shredders are equipped with an emergency stop feature that immediately shuts the entire system down if someone is in danger or if material somehow becomes jammed in the mechanism. Most waste shredder manufacturers offer support for their systems, so you can contact them for repairs if you experience any mechanical issues.

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