Shredder blades come in different operational capabilities. Plastic or paper shredder blades have the ability to rip thin documents of paper. On the other hand, industrial shredders can shred thicker materials such as a stack of papers, plastics, corrugated boxes, and even circuit boards! Multiple types of industrial shredder blades, such as carburizing steel shredder blades, tool steel shredder blades, case-hardened shredder blades, and chromium low alloy steel shredder blades, have been categorized according to their component materials.
In a world plagued with plastic waste and industrial junk, shredder blades have come as a blessing. Whether it be waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), plastic and rubber waste, paper and cardboard materials, tires, or household items, none of them can hold their ground against the formidable powers of the shredder blades. Quite rightly, these unsung heroes have become the torchbearers of the recycling landscape.
Key players have recognized the need for efficient waste management and have responded by launching novel shredders equipped with advanced shredder blades. For instance, in June 2023, Polystruder uncloaked the Polystruder GR PRO, a plastic shredder that leverages the prowess of AI technology to improve plastic shredding. The Polystruder GR PRO is equipped with stainless steel double-sided blades, which doubles the shredder blade’s life compared to other shredders and also reduces shredding time and maintenance costs.
With new advancements in smart shredding technologies and innovative shredder blade designs, it's time to say goodbye to inefficient waste management and welcome a new era of intelligent recycling.