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Tire Recycling Equipment

Raptor Shear Shredder or Shredder System

T01181aWebPrice: $525,000
Number: T01181

We currently have for sale (1) used (IDM) Raptor Model R-163 Shredder powered directly by (2) 200 H.P. or (2) 250 H.P electric motors through a Reggiana gear reducer. The shredder will have an opening of 57” x 66” and will have brand new knives installed. This unit will work great for shredding semi-truck tires at a very high production rate. This is without a doubt one of the highest production machines manufactured in the United States today. And in combination with this high production factor they are also the most user friendly machines to operate and work on in    —-> Read the Rest


Eagle International Titan II off road tire cutter

T01188aWebPrice: $160,000
Number: T01188

Cummins diesel engine for powering the whole machine. This machine only has 1977 actual operating hours since new and has always been owned by a state entity so it has always been subject to an excellent maintenance program. We purchased this machine only because this state was shutting their tire processing program down since all of the large tire pile clean-up sites in this state had been processed and this state program no longer made economic sense. This unit would allow who ever purchases it to be able to process large off road scraper tires down to a more manageable    —-> Read the Rest


Granutech/ Saturn Model 80 Grizzly System

T01157fStockWebPrice: $435,000
Number: T01185

The Granutech/Saturn Model 80 Grizzly is the premier machine for taking 2 inch chips down to a 1 inch minus.  With 300 hp and an extra heavy rotor, the Grizzly can get through the 2 inch chips at a rate of about 4 ton per hour. This 1 inch material can be used as a 1 inch TDF product. This system has everything you need to put this after a 2 inch chip system, including an infeed conveyor, a completely refurbished Grizzly, a vibratory discharge conveyor, outfeed conveyor, crossbelt magnet and an aspiration system.  The Grizzly has a 500 Amp    —-> Read the Rest


Eagle Tuf Cut tire cutter

T01158aWebPrice: $39,500
Number: T01158

The Eagle Tuf Cut adds flexibility to your tire processing operation by allowing you to accept and process tires up to 23.5/25 12 ply into your system. This portable diesel unit is powered by a 23 hp Isuzu diesel engine, and it runs very smooth. It comes standard with a hydraulic tire lift and rollers to be able to manage the bigger tires. You can cut about 60 truck tires or 120 to 150 passenger tires an hour. This machine has new blade installed and has been painted.


30” Mechanical Shear

T01125eWebPrice: $25,000
Number: T01125

This heavy duty shear would be a great addition to a scrap or tire facility. It was previously used to cut the steel rims out of tires, and was operating when it was taken out of commission. It has a 30 inch blade and a 15 hp electric motor. The electric motor powers two big flywheels which allows the machine to have a tremendous amount of shearing force. We have looked this machine over from top to bottom and all the gears, shafts, and bearings look to be very serviceable for many years to come. (Caution: This is a mechanical    —-> Read the Rest


MacSaturn 62x40HT Tire Shredder

ShredderStockWebPrice: $250,000
Number: T01166

The MacSaturn 62x40HT shredder is a tried and true option for shredding mostly car and some truck tires. We have rebuilt more of this make and model of shredder than any other in our 18 years in business. The machine will have brand new knives and seals. This machine will be set up with a brand new disc screen classifier and custom built conveyors to make a 2 inch chip. This shredder is hydraulically powered with 200 hp, and will produce 4-5 ton per hour of 2 inch chips. We can also set this machine up as a primary shredder,    —-> Read the Rest


Refurbished Cumberland 3250 Granulator

T01122iWebPrice: $160,000
Number: T01122

Cumberland equipment has a long history of success in the recycling industry. We recently completed rebuilding this machine from top to bottom. The machine has had every bolt hole repaired not with just Heli-coils but we have drilled each of these holes out oversize and used 4140 inserts to make a more permanent repair. All wear surfaces have been rebuilt using Stoody hard-facing build up wire for long lasting ability to these high wear areas. New bearings were installed on the refurbished rotor along with new fly knives. All the bed knives surfaces were repaired and new bed knives installed.    —-> Read the Rest


SSI 1600E Shear Shredder

T02293aWebPrice: $55,000
Number: T02293

SSI has been supplying equipment to the recycling industry for years, and have earned a reputation of building high quality processing equipment. The 1600E is a great example of that reputation. This shredder comes with the control panel and stand and both a top hopper and bottom hopper. This 1600E shredder is powered by a 100 H.P. electric motor. It also comes with a spare set of knives. The chamber opening is 36” x 50” so it can easily handle car tires as well as cardboard, electronic waste, plastics, wood waste and light metals.


Eagle Stationary Truck Tire Debeader

to1160owebPrice: $44,500
Number: T02299

This Eagle Truck Tire Debeader has been gone through by a professional shop and is ready to go to work. It has also had the electrical system looked at so switches and connectors are in good operating condition. It is powered by 76 hp electric motor, with a cycle time that is about 20 seconds. One person can do 50-60 truck tires per hour. This process of bead removal protects the knives on your shredder from the excessive wear of a truck tire bead, and allows for a cleaner end product.


Action Wire Reclaimer system

T01170fWebPrice: $175,000
Number: T01170

Tire processors have been fighting with the mixed metal and rubber material since tire shredding started.  This Free Wire Reclaimer aids in the process cleaning the mix material up and declumping of that mixed material using a vibrating stainless steel trough assembly suspended on springs with upper and lower troughs. As the material moves down the conveyor it shakes the “clumps” apart.  The rubber falls through and the freed wire is then picked up with a series of four magnets.