FAQ

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What is throughput of a shredder? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

Many factors determine the throughput of a shredder. The first most important factor is that you select the right machine is designed for your specific application in order to reach the ideal throughput goals. Which kind of materials will you need to shred? What is your size requirement after shredding? How will you load your materials into the shredder’s hopper? Which screen size is selected because large holes in the screen can bring much higher throughput? If you want to know more exact throughput rate with your own material, we strongly recommend that you can send us your material and we conduct a trial in our machine on site.

How do I choose the right shredder/granulator for my application? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

Choosing the right shredder or granulator for your application involves considering several factors to ensure that the equipment meets your specific needs. Here are some key considerations to guide you in the selection process:

  1. Type of Material:

    • Identify the type of material you will be processing. Different shredders and granulators are designed for specific materials such as plastics, wood, metal, paper, or rubber.
  2. Particle Size Requirements:

    • Determine the desired particle size for your end product. If you need uniform granules, a granulator may be more suitable. For coarse reduction and irregular particle sizes, a shredder may be appropriate.
  3. Throughput Capacity:

    • Consider the volume of material you need to process per unit of time. Choose a shredder or granulator with the appropriate throughput capacity to meet your production requirements.
  4. Material Handling:

    • Evaluate how the material will be fed into the machine. Some shredders/granulators have integrated feed systems, while others may require manual feeding or additional conveyor systems.
  5. Space and Layout:

    • Assess the available space in your facility. Choose a machine that fits within your layout and allows for easy installation and maintenance.
  6. Safety Features:

    • Ensure that the equipment has adequate safety features, such as emergency stops, safety guards, and interlocking mechanisms, to protect operators during operation.
  7. Ease of Maintenance:

    • Consider the ease of maintenance. Look for shredders or granulators with accessible components for routine maintenance tasks, such as blade changes or cleaning.
  8. Power Requirements:

    • Verify the power requirements of the machine and ensure they match your facility's electrical infrastructure.
  9. Noise and Dust Levels:

    • Assess the noise and dust levels generated during operation. Depending on your working environment, you may need equipment with noise reduction features or dust extraction systems.
  10. Budget Considerations:

    • Establish a budget for your equipment. While it's essential to invest in quality machinery, finding a balance between performance and cost is crucial.
  11. Future Expansion:

    • Consider future expansion plans. Choose a machine that can accommodate potential increases in production volume or changes in material types.

By carefully evaluating these factors, you can narrow down your options and choose a shredder or granulator that aligns with your specific application requirements. Additionally, consulting with our PROSINO equipment experts can provide valuable insights and guidance in the selection process.

What kind of materials can be shredded? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

PROSINO shredders and granulators can efficiently shred a wide range of materials. Our single shaft shredders, double shaft shredders and granulators are all versatile size reduction machines. But we have some machines are especially designed to suit specific materials. For example, pallet shredder is designed for efficient shredding of both plastic and wood pallet shredders. Pipe granulator is designed for efficient crushing of plastic pipes.

How do I get parts replacement for my shredder or granulator? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

Parts replacement is one of the most important after sales service in our company. If you have any parts replacement requirement, please send us an email or give us a call. Our after sales service team will work with you to maintain your machine efficiently. 

What is the safety standard for PROSINO shredders and granulators? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

All of PROSINO shredders and granulators are following CE directives and CE certificate is available.

How to maximize shredding efficiency? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

To maximize shredding efficiency, whether you're shredding plastic, rubber, cardboard or other materials, consider the following tips:

  1. Use a high-quality shredder: Invest in a reliable and powerful shredder that can handle the volume and type of material you need to shred. Look for a shredder with a high sheet capacity and a strong motor to ensure efficient shredding.
  2. Sort and organize materials: Sort your materials before shredding them. Remove non-shreddable items. Organize the materials in batches to streamline the shredding process and prevent jams.
  3. Feed materials consistently: Feed the materials into the shredder consistently and in a controlled manner. Avoid overloading the shredder, as it may lead to inefficiency or jams. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for the recommended sheet capacity and feeding speed.
  4. Lubricate the shredder: Regularly lubricate your shredder to maintain its optimal performance. Consult the manufacturer's instructions for the appropriate lubrication method and schedule. Lubrication helps to reduce friction and prolong the life of the shredder.
  5. Maintain a clean work environment: Keep your shredding area clean and free from debris. Remove shredded materials regularly and dispose of them securely. A clutter-free workspace reduces the risk of accidents and helps maintain efficiency.
  6. Shred in batches: If you have a large volume of materials to shred, divide them into manageable batches. Shredding in smaller increments reduces the strain on the shredder and allows for more efficient processing.
  7. Follow manufacturer guidelines: Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions and guidelines specific to your shredder model. They may provide additional tips for maximizing shredding efficiency and offer maintenance recommendations to keep your shredder running smoothly.

By implementing these strategies, you can optimize shredding efficiency and maintain the performance of your shredder over time.

What safety measures should be taken during operation? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

Operating shredders involves potential risks, and implementing proper safety measures is crucial to ensure the well-being of operators and prevent accidents. Here are key safety measures that should be taken during shredder operation: 
1.    Training and Familiarization: Ensure that operators are adequately trained on the safe operation of the specific shredder model they are working with. Familiarity with the equipment's controls and safety features is essential.
2.    Use of Personal Protective Equipment(PPE): Mandate the use of appropriate PPE, including safety glasses, gloves, hearing protection, and steel-toed boots, to protect against potential hazards.
3.    Emergency Stops: Clearly mark and ensure easy access to emergency stop buttons. Operators should be trained to use these stops in case of any immediate danger or malfunction.
4.    Machine Guards and Barriers: Install machine guards and barriers to prevent accidental contact with moving parts. Ensure that these guards are in place and functioning properly during operation.
5.    Lockout/Tagout Procedures: Implement lockout/tagout procedures to ensure that equipment is safely shut down and de-energized before any maintenance or cleaning activities.
6.    Warning Signs and Labels: Clearly label potential hazards and provide warning signs to alert operators about specific risks associated with the shredder.
7.    Material Inspection: Thoroughly inspect materials before feeding them into the shredder. Remove any objects that could cause jams, blockages, or damage to the machine.
8.    Proper Loading Techniques: Train operators on the correct loading techniques to prevent overloading or uneven feeding, which can lead to operational issues and safety hazards.
9.    Secure Working Area: Ensure that the working area around the shredder is kept clear of obstacles and is well-lit. This minimizes the risk of trips, falls, or collisions.

By implementing these safety measures and fostering a safety-conscious work environment, the risk of accidents during shredder operation can be significantly reduced. Regular safety training and adherence to established protocols are key components of a successful safety program.

Is technical support available for installation and setup? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

We provide below assistance during the installation and setup phases:

1. Documentation and Manuals: we can provide comprehensive installation manuals and documentation if the equipment is required. Clear and detailed instructions can facilitate the setup process.

2. Online Resource: video tutorials or user guides are available to assist with the installation if the equipment is required.

3. On-Site Support: For complex machine installation and commissioning, we will send engineer to your site to conduct it. Service charge together with travelling expenses will be quoted additionally after installation location is confirmed.

4. Customer Support Contacts: we will  put you into direct contact with an English-spoken senior engineer by WhatsApp or WeChat after the delivery, so that he can provide prompt support once you need his advice in terms of setting up, operation, or even trouble shooting.

Can the equipment be customized for specific requirements? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

We can tailor the equipment to meet specific application requirements. This might include modifications to the cutting mechanism, feed systems, or other features to suit unique materials or processes. If you have existing material handling or processing systems, check if our shredder or granulator can be customized for smooth integration with these systems.

What is the difference between shredding and granulating? 2011-12-12 12:15:59

Shredding and granulating are both size reduction processes used to break down materials into smaller pieces, but they differ in the final size and characteristics of the resulting particles.

Shredding:

  1. Particle Size: Shredding typically produces larger particle sizes compared to granulating. The shredded material may have irregular shapes and varying sizes.

  2. Purpose: Shredding is often employed to reduce the size of large objects or materials into smaller, manageable pieces. The goal is to break down materials into more manageable sizes for further processing or disposal.

  3. Applications: Shredding is commonly used for materials such as paper, cardboard, plastic, wood, and rubber. Industrial shredders are often used in recycling operations.

  4. Output: Shredded materials may have a wide range of particle sizes, and the output is usually a mix of differently sized pieces.

Granulating:

  1. Particle Size: Granulating results in smaller and more uniform particle sizes compared to shredding. The particles are often of a specific and controlled size.

  2. Purpose: Granulating is often used when a consistent and defined particle size is required. The process is suitable for producing granules that can be used in manufacturing or further processing.

  3. Applications: Granulation is common in the plastics industry, where plastic materials are processed into uniform granules for molding or extrusion. It is also used in pharmaceuticals and food processing.

  4. Output: The output of a granulator is typically more uniform, with particles of a specified size range. This consistency is important in applications where the size of the particles affects the end product's quality.

In summary, the primary difference between shredding and granulating lies in the size and uniformity of the final particles. Shredding is often used for coarse size reduction, breaking down large materials into smaller pieces, while granulating is employed when a more uniform and controlled particle size is required, suitable for specific manufacturing processes.

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