Recyclers in Rubber

Recyclers in rubber have similar applications in extrusion, pelletizing, grinding/granulation, pulverizing, molding, and cutting tooling compared with the metal recyclers. They also have gear boxes, motors, and bearings that need longer life and better wear resistance. Their processes are heavily automated and typically run around the clock, stopping only for maintenance and material changeovers.
Just like with the metal recyclers, maintenance and replacement costs of rubber recyclers represent are a huge issue as most of their earnings are done through efficiency in the process. This is something 300 Below can help you with. With the help of cryogenic processing, we can cut down your maintenance and replacement costs. By providing the longer life of your rubber recycling tools, we can ensure your competitive edge and an ability to earn more in the long run.

What are the most common problems with the rubber recyclers?

  • Poor wear resistance
  • High wear, stress, and high performance environments
  • The constant pressure to keep maintenance and replacement costs low
  • The demands for the longer life of parts and tools used in recycling process

What are the benefits of cryogenic processing for rubber recyclers?

  • 2X or 3X longer life
  • Improved wear resistance
  • Stress relief
  • Improved stabilization
  • Improved overall performance
  • Minimizing tooling maintenance and replacement expenses
  • Ensuring more profit in the long run

What rubber recycling tools can be cryogenically treated?

  • Crews
  • Gearboxes
  • Dies
  • Pelletizer
  • Granulator
  • Slitter
  • Shear
  • Bed knife blades