Fueling technology and innovation for today and beyond, CM Shredders has long been at the forefront of game-changing innovations. CM’s shredders and recycling systems are hard at work in hundreds of locations spanning 5 continents in more than 28 countries and are processing over a half a billion tires each year worldwide. CM Shredders utilize cutting-edge, patented knife technology tested and perfected in the demanding world of tire processing. CM Shredders and recycling equipment has a longstanding reputation of being the most durable, reliable, and advanced in the industry.
Tire Recycling Equipment:
At CM Shredders, we manufacture CM tire recycling equipment, the most advanced tire recycling machine in the industry. We cover every stage of the tire recycling process, from whole tires to crumb rubber.
Primary Shredders: used in breaking whole tires into roughly sized shreds for other applications.
Chipping Shredders: used to shred tires into specifically sized pieces.
Wire Liberator Systems: used in separating the metal wire from within tires.
Granulators: used to further process tire strips into smaller sizes, and to separate fibers.
Cracker Mills: a final step in tire processing; this further breaks rubber down into fine grains.
CM Shredders produces a line of various industrial shredders ready to handle even the most demanding materials. Extremely versatile for every application, our heavy-duty industrial shredders handle everything from glass, plastics, and electronic waste to car tires, wood, and various metals. Utilizing both dual-shaft shredders and single-shaft shredders, we have the perfect industrial shredding solution for large and small operations. Whether you’re shredding various industrial materials or granulating rubber, we have an industrial shredder machine for you. For applications requiring heavier-duty machinery, we produce hammer mills that can easily handle the breakdown of highly abrasive or especially hard materials.
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