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Textile & Carpet Recycling Shredders

Textiles can be found in carpet as well as clothing, bedding, blankets, curtains, tablecloths, and so much more, so there is a lot of waste that can be recycled. These types of materials often fill our landfills up, wasting resources and creating a negative impact on the environment. Recycling textiles and carpets not only can reduce global warming, and it can let them be processed into new materials for reuse. Textiles can be repurposed into many different uses, including new textile materials, filling material for insulation, or recycling into paper. Besides recycling, shredding textiles is also done to protect intellectual property against counterfeit items, prototypes, out-of-date stock, and more.

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Shred-Tech® understands the importance of shredding textiles and carpets, so our high-powered industrial shredder machines are engineered to provide you with the strength to fully and effectively shred those materials down. Each of the shredders that we have available is more than capable of handling the load. These machines offer optimized shred size, throughput, handling, and more with minimal effort on your end. From stationary shredders that are suited for plant-based shredding applications to slow-speed mobile shredders for handling the materials in bulk, Shred-Tech® can provide you with the right type of machine that suits your company’s requirements.

Stationary Shredders for Textiles & Carpet Recycling

A majority of the stationary shredders that we have available are capable of shredding through thick loads of textiles and carpets. Our ST dual-shaft shredders as well as our STQ four-shaft shredders are equipped with solidly durable knives that can tear right through the material and reduce them to the right shred size needed for further processing. In addition to these types of stationary shredders, we also carry our line of CAMEC Series single-shaft shredders and granulators. Built tough for maximum durability, these shredders provide light-duty throughput of up to 1 ton per hour, medium-duty throughput of 1-3 tons per hour, and heavy-duty throughput of more than 3 tons per hour.