The slow speed granulators in the GSL range are mainly used in injection and blow molding processes as beside the press machines to grind runners and sprues. The machines can be used for rejected products in the inline recycling process as well. Different hopper and base frame designs make it possible to integrate the machine with most types of injection molding machines and robots.
The compact inline granulators of the GST series are primarily designed for use in blow moulding applications to recycle voluminous parts such as bottles, canisters and crates, as well as blow molding flush and injection sprues.
The GSE series of machines are designed as economical granulators for use in in house recycling. The cutting geometry of the GSE series makes it ideal for the grinding of small thin walled hollow parts. The complete GSE granulator line achieves a high quality regrind independent of the material type or form such as injection moulded parts,blow moulded parts, profiles, sheets, film, etc.
The GSC series of compact soundproofed machines are mainly used in inline ope- rations or as central granulators for processing of hollow thin walled products, or runners and sprues. The integrated sound proofing makes it possible to easily place the machine in existing operations. With different rotor designs and a wide variety of options the machines can be tailored for many different applications.
The wide range of rotors and hopper styles allow the GSH machines to be tailored to almost every application in the plastic recycling field.The GSH heavy duty granulators are mainly used as central granulators for in house recycling applications to process thick walled parts in one step or as a second step granulator after a shredder to reach higher throughput rates.
Conventional granulators have substantial problems handling long pipes and profi- les. Therefore ZERMA developed the GSP range. Thanks to the almost level feeding hopper, long pieces can be fed easily. While the machine is operating there is no risk of blocking, in case of congestion no more material will be accepted by the machine. Once the grinding chamber is empty the machine will accept material again.