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What are the points to consider when choosing a waste tire crusher? Do you really understand?
The reasonable choice of solid waste crusher can help users solve many problems. The only headache is that facing the various types of crushers on the market is not only dazzling but also confusing. How to choose a crusher suitable for processing "solid waste"?
01 What size solid waste crusher to choose?
For how to choose a suitable size crusher. Yuxi usually recommends a suitable waste tire shredder machine according to the material characteristics and discharge size requirements. Choosing the size of the crusher usually does not need to use 100% of the available power to complete the crushing work. Because as the use time increases, the cutter will become dull, and more energy is needed to cut the material. If the crusher has sufficient surplus power, the user can continue to use it for a longer period of time without maintenance before the tool needs to be replaced. Yuxi also suggested that as long as the power is sufficient, the size of the knife box should be considered when selecting the crusher and the material should be grabbed as much as possible. Therefore, in addition to the model and power, it is also necessary to consider factors such as the size and wheelbase of the knife hook, the feed chamber, and the material characteristics.
02 What kind of feeding method to choose?
Batch feeding means that the grab bucket pours a large amount of material into the crusher hopper. Although batch feeding is simple and straightforward, it is common to handle household garbage, hazardous waste, or bale materials. However, if the size of the cutter box of the crusher is not appropriate, the crusher is more likely to cause bridging and blockage of materials or accept more materials than the crushing capacity at a time in the case of batch feeding.
Metered feeding refers to feeding materials into the hopper at a stable controlled flow rate through a conveyor. It is common to deal with bulky waste, light residue from paper mills or fruits and vegetables, and kitchen waste. If the material can be metered and fed, the crusher can more effectively adjust the speed of the conveyed material by monitoring its feed volume. The result of metered feeding is fewer reversals or shutdowns.