are used in all sectors where materials need to be chopped. These machines can be found in the wood, mining and recycling industries. Various materials can be processed using these machines. In the woodworking industry, they are most commonly used to break up waste wood, which cannot be used for other products. The chopped-up finished product can then be further processed.
- Used in all sectors to chop up material
- Mainly used in the wood, mining and recycling industries
- Allows for recovery and processing of "waste" material
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are used to break up stones, in order to send them for further processing or use them directly. Similar machines are also used for the construction of roads, in order to break up old broken surfaces so they can be reinstalled as a new base layer. This process saves on transportation, because transportable chippers
are now available, which can recycle the waste material on site. However, the full capacity of chippers has not yet been realised. The plastic processing industry uses chippers to produce granulate. This granulate is then processed into a new finished product by using warmth and high pressure.
In laboratories, chippers
are used like ball mills. In the mining sector and the manufacturing field of construction materials, high-quality cone crushers and high-pressure mills and grinding rollers
are used. These are implemented, for example, for the production of cement and limestone. Special grain mills (considered a type of chipper) are used in the food industry
. A hammer mill is used to selectively separate course and rough material. Tough materials can be made into pebbles using a hammer mill. The hammer mill is commonly implemented in recycling plants due to its high efficiency. Chippers contain a stable, enclosed frame, within which the chopping tool or mill is found. Chippers
are operated by a powerful electric motor, which is coupled with a gear to provide the necessary torque. The tools are interchangeable, which is important because they are subject to wear and tear.