The latest A:GRAN series from NGR is the highlight of the company's exhibit at Fakuma
Recycling machinery manufacturer, NGR, is showcasing its A:GRAN-Series for the processing of awkward waste plastics at Fakuma this year.
The series has been designed to recycle bulky or thick-walled plastic parts, which typically originate from scrap in injection moulding.
The plastic waste is processed by a heavy-duty shredder operating at low speed for gentle size reduction and minimal loss of material properties. In this process, pneumatic rams push the material on to the shredder drum. After shredding, the material is fed directly into the extruder.
All the components are positioned in close proximity to prevent contamination and make optimal use from heat of the shredding process. The compact unit-design allows to set-up the machine even under stringent space conditions.
All machine components (conveyer belt, extruder, pelletiser, etc.) are controlled by a CPU. Easy start-up and shut-down, as well as the possibility to load the conveyer belt discontinuously is incorporated in the machine design.