How to Choose a Better Copper Cable Granulator?by Jane G. Sales representative of Amisy Copper Wire Machiner It is well known that copper cable granulator belongs to a state-of-the-art technology, for the waste cable can be changed into pure copper granules and plastic granules after a series of processing procedures.
However, it is a fact that many copper cable granulators in the market are unqualified, and the copper recycled by them can not be used as refined copper directly. Low copper purity, high residual copper content in the waste plastics and environment pollution are quite common, which reduce the production effectiveness of the copper recycling.
Then, how do we find a qualified copper wire granulator? Well, the key indicators of measuring copper cable granulator are: the copper purity, the residual copper content in the plastic leather, power consumption, environmental protection, as well as production costs.
Considering the above indicators, it won’t be hard for you to find out that the best way of choosing a better copper cable granulator is to test the granulator. First, you should bring the testing scrap copper and observe the copper purity and the copper content in the plastic granules. Of course, better copper granulator means higher copper purity and lower copper content in the plastic granulates. Second, you should check the machine itself. A qualified machine can operate a long period. The welding technique and material thickness are two important referential factors. Third, you should calculate the energy consumption. A good copper cable granulator is of low energy consumption and low noise.
We are all clear that choosing a qualified machine is of great importance, at the same time choosing a suitable machine is also necessary for each waste cable recycling factory, as the daily production of the factories is different. So, as a company specialized to develop, manufacture and sell copper cable granulators, Amisy provides you detailed model parameters on our website http://www.copper-wire-recycling.com/ as your reference.
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