Eldan launches twin-shaft clean-cut shredder

Eldan launches twin-shaft clean-cut shredder

Eldan says the shredder can produce clean-cut chips from car or truck tires.

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January 11, 2019
Edited by Kelly Maile

Eldan Recycling, based in Faaborg, Denmark, has launched a new twin-shaft clean-cut (TSCC) shredder for production of clean-cut tire chips from car or truck tires.

The company says two frequency converters ensure a "very flexible" operation, i.e., individual setting of RPM, overload protection, auto reverse at overload, high torque and up to 50 percent power saving.

“The Eldan twin shaft clean-cut shredder has just been launched to the public and we are excited to see the response,” says Eldan Recycling Product Manager Jan Kjær. “It is the optimal machine for recyclers who want to go from complete tire into 50 or 100 millimeter clean-cut ships in one go.”

Kjær adds the solutions designed for the Eldan shredder are patented. The company says the shredder can produce clean-cut chips from car or truck tires at up to 6,000 kilograms per hour or clean-cut 100 millimeter chips at up to 9,000 kilograms per hour.