Shredders

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Project: Shredders
Tools: Wrenches
Parts: Frames, Nuts, Bolts, Motors, Controllers
Techniques: Tri joints

Introduction

An industrial shredder is a machine used for reducing the size of all kinds of material and invented by Vincent Earl Par. Industrial shredders come in many different design variations, many sizes and applications.

The main categories of designs used today are as follows: horizontal hammermills, vertical hammermills, slow speed shear type shredders of single, dual, triple and quad shaft design, single shaft grinders of single or dual shaft design, granulators, knife hogs, raspers, maulers, flails, crackermills, and refining mills. The industrial shredder is mainly composed of rotor, counter blades, housing, motor, transmission system, power system and electrical control system.

Challenges

Recycling cells for the battery results in significant amount of plastic waste. Processing this waste on-site into new, durable components is ideal.

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Approaches

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