Please visit: Size Reduction Specialists Corp.
3510 West Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823 US
Bi-Cutter two-stage, screenless granulator with low-speed and low horsepower produces uniform regrind that is free from longs, dust and powder. Unit processes all materials including TPEs and engineered resins. Custom units available to meet customer specifications. Cleanroom granulators also available. Bi-Cutter has three different models, and each model has many cutter sizes available to provide premium regrind.
Company provides parts, service and rebuild options for Bi-Cutter and Nissui S-Cutter screenless granulators.
Whether for commercial recycling or in-house scrap reclaim, new systems boast reduced maintenance, higher throughput, and less waste of resin for purging.
Size Reduction Specialists to showcase innovative compact dust and fine removal systems.
Auxiliary equipment takes in a broad range of functions, from materials preparation to post-mold finishing.
An inspired combination of automation, ISO certification, use of certified resins, and strict adherence to a rigorous set of time-honed manufacturing standards are among the chief factors giving the Rodon Group, a 54-year-old custom molding operation in Hatfield, Pa., the confidence to boast that it can beat the pants off of Chinese part pricing, and Mexican pricing, too.And it’s not an idle boast.
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Many granulators on display at the K 2007 show in Dusseldorf last October were big models—150 to 200 hp—to enable higher throughputs or reclaiming larger parts and chunks. For example, Rapid Granulator from Sweden brought out the 600 model, the largest in its “open-hearted” series, which allow fast access to all internal components. It has a 600-mm-diam. rotor, 100 mm more than the next largest size.
NPE was full of new equipment and systems for recapturing valuable in-plant scrap and post-consumer/post-industrial plastic waste. Recovery of PET packaging and film or fiber waste were particular areas of emphasis, as were lots of new granulators, from the world’s biggest to micro-size and even ‘clean-room’ models.
Recycling and reclamation are once again hot technologies—this time because of high resin prices.