Method of Operation
Size reduction from a standard size bale to a particle size smaller than 10mm, can often be accomplished in single step with materials like, NBR, SBR and EPDM. The Rubber Bales are fed either by hand or through conveyor belt into the cutting chamber and directly granulated to desired size. Particle size is determined by the screen size, which is usually has 10mm holes. The ground material is thereafter pneumatically conveyed to the bagging station.
The special infeed chute is equipped with 'bale cutting attachment' and patented shuttle flaps to guide the optimum and dosed material intake.
For the size reduction of rubber bales whether natural or synthetic, special guillotine rotor is designed, without a traversing shaft and high - momentum flywheel. In addition to it, a specially designed infeed chute, equipped with a bale cutter, is also critical to guide the material towards the cutting chamber ensuring optimum feeding.