SHREDDERSShredders are used in a wide variety of applications and industries. Our value to the customer is in our ability to leverage our experience to provide a shredding system designed specifically for their application, produces an end product that meets their industry standards and fits in their budget.
With this in mind, we are proud to be servicing dealers for the following manufacturers:
These machines are designed for processing both sheet waste and/or upright boxes. They can be built to discharge either into an air conveyance system or mechanical conveyor. They produce a hand-size finished product suited for optimum throughput and bale integrity.
These machines are designed for processing magazines, books, or small printer’s waste. They produce a variable piece size with a goal of preventing re-distribution, while ensuring optimum throughput and bale integrity.
TOP-FEED RORTARY GRINDER
These machines are designed for dump-and-run feeding in a wide variety of industries including document destruction, printing, food and beverage, construction and demolition, and plastic manufacturing. A metering ram, combined with patented insert cutters, enables these machines to efficiently process batch loads of dense product without the need for manual oversite. Variable screen sizes enable customers to achieve any desired piece size.
HORIZONTAL-FEED RORTARY GRINDER
These machines are typically used to process long and narrow waste such as cores. A vibrating conveyor meters product into the grinder, automatically pausing as machine amperage loads dictate.
These machines are most often used for document destruction applications. A table-top conveyor introduces material into precision ground, self-sharpening cutters that produce a finished piece size ranging from 5/16”-1”, depending upon the application and model. A metering system can be utilized to improve throughput and minimize labor.
These machines are used for document destruction applications where the highest level of security is required. A table-top in-feed conveyor introduces material into precision ground, self-sharpening cutters that produce a finished piece size as small as 1/8” x 5/8”. A metering system can be utilized to improve throughput and minimize labor.