Reduce low volume turnings to flowable chips- at the source.
Continuous low volume metal scrap reduction at the source. Metal crushers are the economical solution for processing stringy and bulky turnings into flowable chips. This piece can be integrated into existing equipment or free-standing.
PRAB’s automated scrap removal systems are designed for volume reduction of metal turnings. The comprehensive focus on chip processing provides metalworking companies with an automated, safe and cost-effective way to process all kinds of metal scrap. The first step in this operation is to create flowable chips from metal turnings with scrap handling equipment.
The Horizontal Axis Crusher processes low volumes of stringy and bulky metal turnings. This scrap metal recycling equipment is typically mounted on a stand or heavy-duty cart which fits on the discharge of the conveyor off the machining center.
3 ft X 3 ft
*Capacity varies with different types of material. For accurate output figures please contact us.
*Feed hoppers are optional based on output.
*Available in multiple sizes to fit your application requirements.
PRAB’s Horizontal Axis Crusher Reduces Steel Turnings to Flowable Chips
PRAB’s horizontal axis crusher reduces steel turnings into flowable chips directly at the machining cell.
PRAB Steel Turnings – Horizontal Axis Crusher
PRAB’s horizontal axis crusher reduces the volume of long pieces of steel turnings into flowable chips.
Product Brochure: Horizontal Axis Crushers
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Lower Metal Scrap and Fluid Haul-Away Expenses with Automated Systems By Mike Hook, Sales & Marketing Director, PRAB Introduction Costs to haul away and dispose of metal scrap and spent cutting fluids erode the bottom line of metalworking operations. Several factors outside the control of metalworking shops contribute to the costs, which continue to increase: Pass-through […]
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“We get $0.17 per pound more for our briquetted material over loose chips.” – Jack Rovan, Martin-Baker Plant Manufacturing Manager Proven Results Achieved for PRAB Customers: Documented reduction of scrap volume by as much as 90% Increased scrap value up to 25% Reclaimed up to 99% of cutting fluids “We have seen around […]