Discharge siz：50-150 mm
Broken material：Paper mill waste light residue, paper mill waste, carton factory trim, etc.
The paper mill waste crushing and sorting system includes: primary crusher, secondary crusher (optional), iron remover (iron removal), and discharge conveyor.
GEP ECOTECH offers a complete paper mill waste separation and sorting solution. The paper mill waste can be crushed to less than 40mm, and the wire metal can be directly separated, without winding or blocking, and the hard object is automatically reversed. The crushing output is high.
The stranded rope crusher is driven by two shafts independently, so that the material can be pressed correspondingly during production to achieve automatic feeding function, unique cutter shaft structure and four-corner rotary cutter head, in the process of low-speed and high-torque production. The machine does not appear to be wrapped around the shaft or jammed, which improves the production efficiency. The equipment is suitable for the crushing of various tough and sticky materials.
There are many types of waste in paper mills, and common ones are twisted rope and pulp. If the strands and slag are improperly stored, it will cause a lot of environmental pollution, so here we will briefly talk about how to handle the rope and the slag. The stranded rope contains a lot of iron wire. Most of the wire is entangled with plastic. It is extremely difficult to directly separate and recycle. Therefore, it must be broken before separating the plastic and iron wire separately, and then separated and recycled.
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