For rubber processing, Granulators are typically the third station in the tire recycling lineup. At this stage, wire-free material is processed from the secondary shredder into the granulator, which reduces further into uniform granules with all steel and fiber removed. These shredders are high-speed knife mills that reduce feedstock to a particle size.
This machine is where the fiber removal and extraction begins. Passenger tires typically contain 10-15% nylon or polyester fabric by weight. Granulators output crumb rubber, which is typically 3/8” – 400 microns (0.400 mm) in size.
While there are a multitude of similarly designed granulators in the market today, look for one that is engineered specifically for the type of material you are processing.
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