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Startup shredder solution

Designed for processing injection mold startup purge with a direct-drive, shredder-style rotor, the new CLS 600+ Light Duty Single Shaft Shredder Series from Cumberland Engineering (South Attleboro, MA) reduces startup purge and flash to less than 4-inch particles that can then be granulated by a beside-the-press granulator. Standard hardened rotors with replaceable cutters and cutter seats are designed for processing the thicker sections of startup purge and blowmolding flash.

Designed for processing injection mold startup purge with a direct-drive, shredder-style rotor, the new CLS 600+ Light Duty Single Shaft Shredder Series from Cumberland Engineering (South Attleboro, MA) reduces startup purge and flash to less than 4-inch particles that can then be granulated by a beside-the-press granulator. Standard hardened rotors with replaceable cutters and cutter seats are designed for processing the thicker sections of startup purge and blowmolding flash.



The CLS offers a low-speed rotor (72 rpm) that transmits high cutting torque for tough applications, while the low-speed cutting action also reduces noise levels. Equipped with a feed opening of 21.7 by 19.3 inches, the CLS also features a 12-inch-diameter drum-style rotor for efficient cutting of various scrap. Four-edge, 1.3-inch (34-mm) reversible cutters with bolt-in replaceable knife seat provide easy maintenance. Double-walled manual feed hoppers can be positioned for feeding through the front, back, or side of the machine, while a tangential feed hopper is used for easy ingestion of material without the need for a hydraulic ram. [email protected]
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