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March 1, 2002

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Size reduction system produces consistent particles with minimal heat and dust

PP_Gericke.jpg The Nibbler size reduction system uses a cutting or grating action to reportedly produce consistently sized particles with virtually no heat or dust. It was developed to meet the demands of processors that require a method of size reduction that doesn?t generate fines or cause a rise in the temperature of the product. The Nibbler uses a low-speed?less than 100 ft/min?adjustable rotor assembly that pulls the material along a perforated steel plate.

The system is available in a range of sizes from an 8-by-8-inch model to large units capable of handling many tons per hour. The perforated grate comes in .04- to 1-inch sizes and can be removed and reinstalled without disturbing the flange connections or the rotor. The system is available in mild or stainless steel with various finishes.

Gericke, Buffalo, NY
(716) 895-2100

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