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Two sizes of tyre chips produced

Danish recycling equipment manufacturer Eldan Recycling has launched a twin-shaft clean-cut shredder for the production of tyre chips from worn car or truck tyres.

Two frequency converters ensure flexible operation, such as individual setting of RPM, overload protection, auto reverse at overload and high torque from zero RPM. It is said to offer up to 50% power saving.

The shredder produces 50mm chips at up to 6,000kg/hour or 100mm size at up to 9,000kg/hour.



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