What do you need to know when using a shredder? The first thing to understand is what it does. The role of a shredder is actually very simple: to process raw 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 second is to process the wrongly processed scrap parts for remanufacturing or scrapping.
However, the repeated handling of large-scale crushing by a dual-axis machine is very labor-intensive. The practical application is to equip the shredder with a feeding conveyor belt, like the effect in Figure 1. As long as the material is put in from point A, the conveyor belt will be directly fed into the feeding port of point B and put into the machine, and finally the shredded raw material will be output from point C.
Figure 1 Single-axis machine use
If you are not satisfied with the effect of the shredder, the machine with larger particles will not be able to be used normally due to insufficient power. At this time, you can add a machine with a smaller shredding effect behind the first machine as shown in Figure 2
Figure 2 use of dual-axis machines
First, it is roughly shredded by the first machine, and then the large pieces are shredded and sent to a more finely shredded machine for processing again for secondary processing.