With slow-speed shredders, tire shredding for tire recycling becomes an increasingly efficient job as they effortlessly reduce different kinds of tires into piles of scraps. These are powerful machines that are more than capable of processing automobile, truck, and off-road tires at a rate of up to 30 tons per hour. The shredder machines are equipped with strong and solid knives that have the strongest biting force in the industry, giving them the power necessary to tear right into the thick rubber of the tire and rip it into shreds. The number of discarded tires increases as the scrap tire processing industry continues to grow with landfills getting overfilled and environment concerns rising. Because of this, there is a demand for effective reduction and recovery of scrap tires. These slow-speed shredders are the ideal solution for this increase in scrap tire processing challenges.
Slow-Speed Tire Shredding Systems
The slow-speed shredders are engineered to provide high-strength power and performance when it comes to shredding tires efficiently. Their uncompromising power and high-performance torque are exactly what you need to render tires as large as the ones on monster trucks into much more manageable piles of rubber material. These versatile shredder machines can reduce waste volume by as much as 75%, clearing away tires and other rubber materials at a much more efficient rate of 20-30 tons per hour, depending on the shredder. Their main advantage is their ability to be transported anywhere on the jobsite, allowing you to bring them right up to the pile of tires. The shredders also feature customizable programs that allows the operator to take full control over the machine in order to guarantee maximum shred size for a much more efficient job.