Shredder Cuts Scrap Size, Volume

Aug. 29, 2013

A new Titan 20 Shredder from Munson Machinery reduces the volume of scrap plastics, resins, fibrous products, fiberglass, wood products, paper/cardboard, gypsum wallboard, aluminum, glass, and other industrial, medical and manufacturing waste products by up to 80 percent. The shredder features dual rotors with extended cutter teeth that chop and shred heavy volumes of large solids with minimal power consumption, while self-cleaning without binding, plugging or increasing the material's temperature. 

The cutter blades are mounted along two parallel shafts that are hexagonal in cross section, reportedly yielding higher strength and greater fatigue resistance than traditional keyed bar shafts. The cutter blades are constructed of 4140 material that is heat-treated, through hardened and resharpenable.  The Titan 20 Shredder is constructed of stainless steel (shown) or carbon steel, in chamber lengths of 28 in. (711 mm), 42 in. (1067 mm) and 60 in. (1524 mm), with 20 hp (15 kw), 50 hp (37 kw) and 100 hp (75 kw) motors respectively. Options include smart auto-reversing controls, ram feeders, extended support legs, specialized hoppers, and gravity or pneumatic transitions. For finer grinding, the unit is available integrated with Rotary Cutters, Hammer Mills or other size reduction equipment manufactured by the company.  Also available are Maxum Shredders for shredding of abrasive materials.

  • dual rotors with extended cutter teeth
  • self-cleaning