The Nelmor tangential cutting chamber allows the feedstock to be presented in front of the rotating knives. This positive ingestion into the cutting circle eliminates dangerous flyback and bouncing o
The Nelmor tangential cutting chamber allows the feedstock to be presented in front of the rotating knives. This positive ingestion into the cutting circle eliminates dangerous flyback and bouncing of the feedstock, particularly important with containers. The result is an increase in throughput and a decrease in energy costs. The all welded construction features a three blade open winged type rotor with slant knife mounting that provides better air flow through the cutting chamber thus reducing heat buildup in the granulated product. For scrap recovery of large, blow molded bottles in the half to five litre range from PET to polyethylene, the model G1616M granulator features a tangentially fed cutting chamber with large diameter rotor to eliminate "bouncing". The open rotor offers excellent air flow and cooling of the cutting chamber to help prevent plasticization during heavy loading.
- Tangential feed cutting chamber: Ingests bottles, containers and other blown shapes at an angle that eliminates bouncing on top of the rotor thus achi
- Integral noise control enclosure.
- Time delay switch: Ensures motor is completely stopped before cutting chamber can be opened.
- Slant knife designed rotor: Counter angled rotor to bed knives (2) provides cleaner, more uniform granulate with less fines and dust..
- All welded construction: Withstands the rigors of operation.
Pneumatic evacuation system that includes fan, cyclone air separator with stand and filter bag. Hardface welded cutting chamber that reduces wear from abrasive materials. NEMA 12 electrics with fusable disconnect. Zero speed switch with alarm automatically sounds if motor loses RPM Single set point ammeter indicates overfeeding condition. Transition level indicator: Senses blockage of evacuation system. Tray magnets for the detection of ferrous metal.
AEC/Nelmor, 44 Rivulet Street. Tel: 508-278-5584; Fax: 508-278-6801.