There is a machine called a "thin metal crusher", the recovered scrap iron and steel with a thickness of less than 7mm can be crushed and processed into reusable metal resources. As a material with high hardness, the choice of crushing equipment is very important for metal. Choosing the right equipment can make the whole crushing process more effective and improve the economic benefits of the enterprise. So, what models of thin metal crushers are available?
The GD series double shaft shearing shredder uses the working principle of shearing, tearing and squeezing between the tools to process materials. According to the characteristics of different materials and capacity requirements, the corresponding cutters and cutter body arrangement are configured, this effectively improves production efficiency. The equipment adopts the design of "dual motor + dual reducer", which has the characteristics of large shearing force, good shredding effect, low noise and good stability. It is suitable for the crushing of various thin metals and is good for soft and hard materials crushing.
The GF series shredder four-axis is suitable for the processing of various large-volume, difficult-to-crush materials. It has the advantages of uniform discharge and controllable size. In the process of crushing large-volume and difficult-to-crush metal materials, this machine will be more economical than other shredders, and the use cost relatively low.
Whether it is a two-shaft metal shredder or a four-shaft metal shredder, selecting the appropriate thin metal shredder model can save investment costs and reduce production costs. Learn more about thin metal crusher, pleasure contact GEP ECOTECH!
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