Plastic Granulator Blades
Granulator Blades and Knives are manufactured by MASTERCUT in a wide range of popular and custom-made designs for the plastic recycling, manufacturing, and converting industries. Edwards and Cumberland granulator blades and among the most popular from our wide range.
MASTERCUT supplies and manufactures Granulator Blades and Knives in various steel grades:
- High Carbon High Chrome
- High Speed Steel
- Tungsten Carbide Tipped
- Nickel Chrome Superalloys
If you would like to read about advantages of using these steel grades please follow the link.
We also distribute granulator blades for various machinery: Bruno, Conair, Dragon, Erema, McIntyre, Rapid, Tia, Vecoplan, Zerma, and many more.
A combination of the type of the granulator, the size of the cutting chamber, the number of knives, and the quality of plastic affects the speed and the outcome of the granulation. Therefore, granulating different plastic materials requires Granulator Blades with different parameters. We recommend the correct steel grade for every specific application. In addition, we offer advice on rotor and stationary granulator blades and knives geometry, proceed various heat treatments and coatings.
MASTERCUT offers very sharp film granulator blades made of high quality hardened and tempered tool steel. As a result, these blades are able for cutting PE – PP – PET – HD films more efficiently and without pulling.
Maintenance of the granulator blades is one of the most neglected area of service in many plants. Long replacement of the blades, poor or inadequate manuals make operators to put off the care. This lack of maintenance can lead to a poor quality granulate with excessive fines and high dust content in the material and in the plant environment. However, regular blades changes and correct setting can help to ensure a good result.
At MASTERCUT we keep blades in stock to supply you with a new blade whenever you need it. Also, Mastercut Cutting Systems Ltd offers comprehensive granulator blade sharpening service. We regrind and sharpen blades from various steel grades, in different conditions, with any angle and profile. In addition, hard surfaced blades are also finish ground to profile.