Do you know the four major applications of shredders?


A shredder is a machine used for shredding, generally used to process unprocessed raw materials or scraps to make them smaller in size. A typical example is to shred plastic or rubber scraps and use them as raw materials to melt and granulate them to remake plastic bottles, tires or trash cans. The shredder is used in the plastic recycling industry, and is often used for the shredding of waste large-diameter PE plastic pipes, bundled plastic films, large piles of plastic sheets and machine head materials. Shredder applications generally include:


1. Shred substandard products into smaller pieces for recycling.

2. Reduce the volume of unprocessed raw materials for mixing with other materials.

3. Shred organic matter to make biofuel.

4. Shred some textile materials to facilitate the reuse of fibers, such as the crushing of carpets.

In fact, shredders are used to shred all kinds of solid or hollow materials such as plastics, rubber, tires, fibers, paper, wood, iron drums, waste electrical appliances, waste cables, industrial scraps, and domestic waste. The characteristics of the shredder: Compared with other shredders, the shredder is characterized by low speed of the cutter shaft, low noise and low energy consumption.