Plastic Pulverizer Machine

A plastic pulverizer machine, also known as a plastic grinding machine, is a mechanical device that is used to reduce the size of plastic materials into fine particles or powder. It is commonly employed in the recycling and reprocessing of plastic waste to facilitate the production of new plastic products.


  • A plastic pulverizer typically consists of a grinding chamber, a rotor assembly with blades or hammers, a motor, a feeding mechanism, and a discharge outlet.
  • The grinding chamber is designed to accommodate plastic materials to be pulverized, and it may contain various types of grinding elements, such as fixed or rotating blades, hammers, or discs.
  • The rotor assembly, driven by a motor, is responsible for the high-speed rotation and impact action that breaks down the plastic materials into smaller particles.
  • Some pulverizers are equipped with features for controlling the particle size and output, such as screen or mesh sizes, adjustable rotor speed, and airflow systems.
  • Depending on the specific application and material being processed, plastic pulverizers may be designed for various capacities and particle size requirements.

Technical Parameter

  • Pulverizer motor power: 55KW
  • Fan power: 5KW
  • Production Capacity: 100~400 KG/H
  • Flow valve power: 0.75 KW
  • Cutting disks : 610 MM
  • Cutter material: SKD11
  • Dimension: 3000x2100x3200 MM
  • Weight: 2100 KG


  • Size Reduction: The primary function of a plastic pulverizer is to reduce the size of plastic materials, such as plastic bottles, containers, scrap, or other plastic waste, into smaller particles or fine powder. This size reduction process makes the plastic materials more manageable for subsequent processing and recycling operations.
  • Grinding and Pulverization: As the plastic materials enter the grinding chamber, the rotor assembly with blades or hammers rotates at high speed, impacting the materials and pulverizing them into finer particles through a combination of shearing, cutting, and impact forces.
  • Particle Size Control: Plastic pulverizers may incorporate features to control the particle size of the output material, such as the use of screens or mesh sizes to regulate the size of the particles produced. This allows for customization of the final particle size according to specific requirements.
  • Recycling and Reprocessing: By pulverizing plastic waste materials, the plastic pulverizer facilitates the recycling and reprocessing of plastics into granules or powder, which can be used for the production of new plastic products through processes like extrusion, injection molding, or compounding.


  • Plastic pulverizers are commonly used in the recycling and reprocessing industry to reduce plastic waste materials into smaller particles or powder for further processing and recycling.
  • They are employed in the recycling of various types of plastic materials, including polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polystyrene (PS), and other thermoplastic resins.
  • Plastic pulverizers are utilized in the production of plastic powders or granules that can be used as raw materials for manufacturing plastic products, such as pipes, films, molds, and extruded or injection-molded components.

In summary, a plastic pulverizer is an essential piece of equipment used in the recycling and reprocessing of plastic waste, serving the function of reducing plastic materials into smaller particles or powder to facilitate their reuse in the production of new plastic products.

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