Press Release Summary:
In addition to air flow management system that optimizes cooling of mill chamber, Models RE 500, RE 1000, RE 1500, and RE PASS include touchscreen graphic user interface equipped with PLC tracking modes and Internet access for remote diagnostic and troubleshooting capabilities. Head design of mill and drive system eliminates cross currents, while high-efficiency motor ensures economic production. With 4-fork pocket design, pulverizers can be moved with fork lift when fully assembled.
Original Press Release:
Reduction Engineering Scheer Introduces Next-Generation RE Series Pulverizers at NPE 2015
New Pulverizer Line Offers Faster Clean Out and Greater Efficiency
KENT, Ohio — Reduction Engineering Scheer (RE Scheer), a leading global supplier of pulverizers, pelletizers, and rotational molding equipment, has unveiled its next-generation of pulverizers which deliver a highly compact design, faster clean out, and more efficient production. The four newly designed pulverizer models include the RE 500, RE 1000, RE 1500, and RE PASS, all of which boost efficiency and cut production costs. The company will feature the new pulverizer line at NPE2015: The International Plastics Showcase (Booth #W5987) March 23-27 in Orlando, Fla.
“Our next-generation line was developed in response to customer demand for a highly compact, more productive pulverizer that also offers faster cleaning,” said James Mauri, product manager for pulverizing/size reduction for Reduction Engineering Scheer. Despite its smaller size and reduced horsepower, the RE series of pulverizers do not sacrifice performance but in fact offer greater output and higher efficiency.
The RE Series pulverizer line is fitted with RE Scheer’s proven and patented disposable disk system and is coupled with a new air flow management system, according to the company. “We think this makes our new line of pulverizers the most efficient on the market today,” said Rick D’Angelo, Chief Operating Officer for Reduction Engineering Scheer.
The air flow management system, which increases cooling of the mill chamber, is just one of several innovative features of the new pulverizer line. Other new features include a compact design that requires less floor space and no disassembly. A four-fork pocket design makes it easy to move the pulverizer with a fork lift when fully assembled.
A touch screen graphic user interface comes equipped with PLC tracking modes and Internet access for remote diagnostic and troubleshooting capabilities. Non-PLC versions are available on all models.
An Orbital Classification System occupies less space than standard systems and features a larger screen. The area comes with no back wire and is fully accessible from the floor. It has a 35% faster clean down and has fewer parts to service.
A mill and drive system features a new head design which eliminates cross currents and has a lower profile shaft and drive design to allow for higher motor torque. The high-efficiency motor ensures the most economic production and use of power. The entire pulverizer line has earned the CE (Conformité Européenne) mark which demonstrates compliance with numerous EC directives, and enables the product to be sold throughout the European region.
About Reduction Engineering Scheer
Located in Kent, Ohio, Reduction Engineering Scheer is a worldwide supplier of pulverizers, pelletizers, and rotational molding equipment, and it also engineers and commissions turnkey production systems. Founded in 1994 as a builder of pulverizers for converting pellets to powders, the company began machining rotor knives for Conair pelletizers in 2000, took over assembly of the pelletizers in 2002, and purchased the line from Conair in 2006. In late 2008, the company also purchased the pelletizer business of C.F. Scheer & Cie GmbH, the world’s largest manufacturer of strand pelletizers. The production of rotational molding equipment is carried out by a Brazilian affiliate, Rotoline Industrial Equipment Ltda., for which Reduction Engineering operates a sales and service center in Kent. More information is available by calling (330) 265-3242, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.reductionengineering.com