Grinders / BM granulators

BM granulator's cutting chamber

Available in 370 and 1000 rpm, they are specially designed for recycling plastic sprues and other reject parts in the field of injection, blow moulding, extrusion, and thermoforming. The technical design with bearing and dust guard guarantees you important reliability.

The rotor blades and fixed blades granulate and reduce to granules all plastic materials with efficiency thanks to an optimum cutting angle significantly reduce cutting power and hollow rotor.
The blades are easily dismantled and can be sharpened several times. Those granulators have a screen of 6 mm diameter in standard.




BM 170 granulator

BM 170

BM 340 granulator

BM 340

BM with auger granulator

BM with auger

Technical data

BM granulators BM 170 BM 170 with auger BM 170 compact with auger BM 340 BM 340 with auger BM 340 compact with auger
Transmission By flexible coupling
Motor power (option) (kW) 2,2 (4) 4
Speed (rpm) 1000 or 370 with gear motor option
Cutting chamber (mm) 236 x 176 236 x 349
Number of rotor blades 3 6
Number of fixed blades 2 2
Rotor diameter (mm) 165 165
Screen : standard holes diameter (option) (mm) Φ (Φ 4 , 5 or 8 with conical or inclined holes)
Bin capacity as standard (highered as option) 3 (10) 7 (16) 4 (16) 7 (16)
AUGER FEED VERSION
Gear motor auger (kW)   0,75 (option 1,1)   1,5
Screw speed (rpm)   35 35   35 35
Screw diameter (mm)   150 150   200 200
Screw pitch (mm)   150 150   200 200
Auger inlet (mm) width x length   250 x 450 250 x 450   350 x 600 350 x 600
OVERALL DIMENSIONS (mm)
Length 1000 rpm version 893 893 1576 1065 1065 1911
Length 370 rpm version 1093 1093 1576 1265 1265 1911
Width 485 1356 535 485 1508 635
Height with the hopper (highered option) 1284 (1504)     1407 (1507)    
Minimum height on the top of the auger without motor power or SMC options   648 677   702 885
Height with hopper on the auger (without funnel ; add 100 mm for a funnel)   1498 1527   1552 1735
Maximum theorical output* (kg/h) 60 100
Weight (kg) 200 280 290 300 380 400
* Important variations according to material, granulometry and way of feeding