SHREDDER DESIGN THEORY
We believe that we presently tender the world’s best Shredding equipment and operating theory, these having evolved over nearly 50 years of Shredding experience. The design decisions are always made to provide for equipment that will shred scrap metals for the lowest cost per ton throughout the life of the plant. When you do busines with The Shredder Company you receive from the experts in this industry a solution that takes into account every environmental and economic condition at your plant, maximizing your profit.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT SHREDDER FOR YOU
In contemporary shredding there are two competing paradigms of shredder size: big and small. Practitioners of the former school maintain that owning several small machines near to the supply of scrap is the most economically viable option, as it minimizes freight in a market with a rising cost of transportation; advocates of the latter argue that the diminished cost per ton of a large machine represents compensates for the additional freight of moving scrap from the outskirts to the center of your buying zone. At The Shredder Company we regularly do business with those of both mindsets and would be pleased to consult with you on the best solution for your facility.
If you are interested in more analysis of the issue of centralization versus decentralization we invite you to read Scott Newell's article in Recycling Today entitled When is One Large Shredding Plant Better than Two or Three Smaller Shredding Plants?".