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In-Line Disintegrator Reduces Liquid Borne Solids

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The Super Shredder in-line disintegrator reduces a variety of liquid borne solids with a low headloss design.

The Super Shredder in-line disintegrator reduces a variety of liquid borne solids with a low headloss design. 

This unit features heavy-duty construction and effective operation in tough applications like tar sands and dredging, as well as sewage and sludge waste and process lines. It reduces clogging and downtime, resulting in plant savings. 

The Super Shredder reduces solids to fine bits with a high-flow, spherical rotor design. It aggressively reduces tough solids from wood, rags, plastics, agglomerates, sands, oil waste, petrified wood, and more with its powerful, high-torque design. Because its design maintains a high percentage of open area, this rugged processor remains practically invisible to flow. It quickly goes to work protecting pumps and enhancing the operation of process equipment. Plus, its design makes this unit ideal for applications where high capacity and low headloss are essential.

The Super Shredder is simple to install in straight-through pipe systems and connects via 150# ANSI drilled flanges. The 24-in. SS2400 is driven by a direct coupled gear drive that employs up to a 50-hp motor. Its cutters are constructed in stainless steel with a precision Tungsten Carbide hardfacing to withstand a high-grit environment. The hardfacing has many times the abrasion resistance of any alloy steel for long life and durability.   

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

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