Aiming at the characteristics of leather and fabric waste, GEP ECOTECH leather fabric waste shredding machine is equipped with a unique and effective knife shaft structure and knife tooth design, which greatly improves the crushing efficiency; customized screen apertures can meet the size and output requirements of customers for processing finer materials.
(1) The blade can be installed detachably for easy maintenance
(2) Both the motor and reducer are equipped with damping devices to reduce impact
(3) The aperture of the screen can be customized to meet the size and output requirements of customers for processing finer materials
(4) Configure intelligent dust reduction system to improve the actual working environment
(5) Hydraulic drive to push materials to improve crushing efficiency
(6) Intelligent program control system to realize intelligent detection and overload protection
The GEP ECOTECH leather fabric waste shredding machine is commonly used in the leather and fabric disposal production line. The size of the crushed material is less than 10 cm. According to the equipment selection, the maximum production capacity of a single production line can reach 30 tons/hour. Any questions about the leather fabric waste shredding machine, please contact GEP ECOTECH for professional support!
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Shredding & Recycling Solution for Different Materials
Benefiting from deep technical strength and years of accumulated experience, GEP Ecotech optimizes the processing technology of different materials to help users improve production capacity, reduce costs, improve safety, and increase profitability.
Paper, metal, plastic, glass, battery, etc.
Mattresses, sofas, wardrobes, chairs, wooden doors, etc.
Rubber tires, automobile tires and other tire rubber products
Mechanical industry cutting chips, grinding debris, waste sand, etc.
Disposable medical devices, post-operative waste products, expired drugs, etc.
Biomass synthesis of corn stalks, straws, shells, etc.
Food waste such as kitchen, bones, leftovers, and vegetable roots
Frozen meat, dead animals, etc.