Franklin Miller Introduces Quad Shaft Shredder

The Taskmaster QS quad shaft shredder is engineered to meet the demands of the most challenging applications.

Kevin Cronin, Editor-in-Chief

May 30, 2024

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Franklin Miller introduces the Taskmaster QS quad shaft shredder. Franklin Miller Inc.

Franklin Miller introduces the Taskmaster QS quad shaft shredder, the latest addition to its robust lineup of heavy-duty shredding units.

The Taskmaster QS quad shaft shredder is engineered to meet the demands of the most challenging applications. This unit has four shafts that work together with a special sizing screen to reduce materials to a uniform output particle size. The QS2300 features hardened precision cutters, a special sizing screen, planetary reducers, optional stand and hopper, rugged hex shafts and gears, ensuring top-tier performance and reliability.

With its high-capacity design, this powerful machine sets a new standard for efficiency and effectiveness in reducing large volumes of solids. Sizing shredders are ideal for applications that require consistent particle sizing and an oversized cutting chamber.

At the heart of its design lies a low-speed, high-torque functionality, ensuring optimal processing performance across a wide range of materials. From bulky waste to industrial by-products, the QS adeptly handles ripping, tearing, and shredding with unparalleled precision.

"This shredder provides an effective solution for critical applications," said William Galanty, president of Franklin Miller. "The QS is engineered to deliver superior performance, reliability, and cost-effectiveness, making it an invaluable asset for any industrial or recycling setting."

 

Franklin Miller Inc., Livingston, NJ 973-535-9200 www.franklinmiller.com

About the Author(s)

Kevin Cronin

Editor-in-Chief, Powder & Bulk Solids

Kevin Cronin has been editor-in-chief, Powder & Bulk Solids, for 30 years. For several years, he also edited food and chemical industry publications. He received a B.A. in communications—with a concentration in journalism—from the University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, in 1988.

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