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4. TYRANNOSAURUS® SRF PROCESS With the right know-how. 17.2014 2 . The TYRANNOSAURUS® Waste-to-Energy Process offers a proven turnkey solution for the introduction of Solid Recovered Fuel as a substitute fuel for the cement production process and energy industries. waste is a valuable resource.

T880X GENERAL INFORMATION y x z MAIN FEATURES TECHNICAL DATA Model T8804 T8805 T8806 Model T8804 T8805 T8806 Length X [mm] 3600 4150 4700 Power transmission Hydraulic Height Y [mm] 1560 1560 1560 Rotor speed [rpm] 0-58 Width Z [mm] 3120 3120 3120 Rotor diameter [mm] 750 Active shredding area [m] 2.7*2.2*2.2014 3 .2*2.1 2.1 Power [kW] 2*132 2*160 2*200 Weight with gearbox [t] 22 25 28 Rotor knives 2*22 2*28 2*34 Counter knife cassettes 2*4 2*5 2*6 Subject to changes without notice 17.4.1 3.

SUITABLE FOR MANY TYPES OF WASTE TYRANNOSAURUS® 880X Shredders are designed for Municipal Solid Waste which can include different types of material Scrap Tires Wet Bio Waste Textiles Metal Cans Bricks Ceramic Items Paper MSW Wood 17.4.2014 4 .

Thus. • Fast Adjustment of Rotation Speed Hydraulic Power Transmission enables to adjust the speed and direction of rotation to maximize capacity. PERFORMANCE TYRANNOSAURUS® 880X is designed for extremely demanding conditions where incoming waste material can be highly heterogeneous. • Durability In case of unpredictable components are fed in.2014 5 . • High Torque T880X shreds all kinds of waste with low rotation speed enabling minimal amount of noise and dust. shredder stops automatically saving the knives considerably. 17.g.4. • High Availability Hydraulic Drive assures maximal operational hours. Hydraulic Power Transmission is the most suitable choice for the T880X Shredder giving multiple advantages e.

98% P<200 60 90% P<80 ........ 98% P<80 40 30 20 10 0 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 Density [kg/m³] 17. 98% P<160 50 90% P<50 .2014 6 .. DENSITY T8805 CAPACITY FOR TYPICAL MSW 120 110 Particle size [mm]. Mass percentage of particles smaller than P mm 100 90 90% P<300 80 90% P<200 . CAPACITY VS.4. 98% P<300 Capacity [ton/h] 70 90% P<140 .

1 120 mm size was the target. p [%] Particle size [mm] Q [%] Shredder: T8805 Average particle size: ~30 mm Waste density: ~300 kg/m3 Capacity: ~45 – 55 ton/h Moisture: 35 % 17. PARTICLE-SIZE DISTRIBUTION Typical particle-size distribution p [m-%] 100 99.6 25.4 24. 70 70 60 60 50 50 40.1 20 23.2 0.2014 7 .4 particle-size distribution on 90 90 Finnish household waste when 80 80 65.6 100.0 Q [m-%] 100 Graph describes trial run 90.4.4 0 0 0-10 11-25 26-45 46-80 81-120 121.3 20 17.1 10 10 9.5 40 40 30 30 17.

Thus.2014 8 . • Automatic Adjustment Automatic Torque Adjustment allows full power output regardless of the rotation speed. In both cases the shredder tries first to solve problem independently and alarms if necessary. INTELLIGENT CONTROL SYSTEM Waste is never homogeneous material. 17. T880X Intelligent Control System chooses always optimal shredding program according to the waste type. • Intelligent Load Control T880X identifies bridging and blocking by measuring the load of the rotors and the waste amount in shredding area by echo. • Independent Rotors Both rotors work independently and choose always automatically the optimal rotation speed according to the load caused by the waste mass. • Special Programs for Difficult Materials Special programs can be pre-set according to waste composition.4.

2014 9 . Cleaning. easy maintenance and uncompromised safety standards have always been the priorities in our products. ACCESSIBILITY Superior usability. 17.4. maintenance and replacement of spare parts take only minimal amount of time. Big doors and hatches ensure that accessing the shredder is very easy. Operational hours can be used for the main function – shredding.

T880X reacts and gives alarm signal. PARTICLE REMOVAL In case of unshreddable items occur. Impurities are easy to remove from the big doors.2014 10 . Patented inward-opening upper hatch system in T880X prevents waste from falling out of the hopper and ensures that there is no need to unload the shredding chamber for particle removal.4. 17.

• Shredding Design Gap between knives and counter knives is optimized. That is why our experts have paid special attention for the shape.4. 17. size and material of the knives. KNIVES Particle-size reduction is done by. • Maximal Cutting Force Knives are arranged to hit the shredding material one at the time. Main shredding is done via cutting.2014 11 . The design enables maximal shredding efficiency and excellent resistance and durability of the knives. which makes the shredder suitable for difficult materials. and only by the encounter of the shredding knives and waste mass. • Special Material Heat treated high-grade steel ensures prime performance and long lifetime. every single knife produces maximal force to the waste mass. Thus.

2014 12 . Changing the knives doesn’t need the cleaning of the whole shredding chamber because no welding or grinding is required. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Unscrew Rotate or Tighten bolts. bolts. • Easy Accessibility Knives are easy to access via wide doors. Both ends of the knife can be utilized by turning them 180°. change knife. KNIVES Serviceability of the knives is fast and easy. There is no need for operator to go inside the hopper to work in poor conditions.4. Rotor knives can be turned or changed via wide doors by only using standard tools. • Quick Maintenance To rotate or exchange knives takes only short time. 17.

The quality of the fuel is always homogeneous. SCREEN Screen units play a major role on the shredding result and make it possible to get the desired particle-size in only one single shredding phase. • Control of the Particle-size Maximum particle-size can be adjusted easily by changing the screen type. The need of the maintenance is minimized.2014 13 . • Special Design Special shape of the screen holes and the design of the knives help the screen mesh to stay clean even with fouling materials such as wet bio waste. 17. Screens prevent long thin sticks from entering between knives and counter knives and help over sized particles return to shredding process.4.

Support Beams 4.2014 14 . Automatic Lubrication 2 4 3 17. Service Platform and Stairs 5. TYRANNOSAURUS® 880X SERIES SHREDDER Product Scope Options: 1. Outlet Chute 1 3.4. Feeding Chute 2.

Hydraulic unit Step feeder 17. FEEDING Maximal shredding capacity can be achieved by having always optimal amount of waste in shredding chamber. Automatic feeding system can increase the capacity up to 20 – 30 %. Magnet Step feeder measures out the right amount of waste to the shredder with echo Shredder sounder.4. Feeding flow rate is based on the theoretical knowledge and test programs performed by our experts.2014 15 . Smooth fuel supply is provided by TYRANNOSAURUS® Step Feeder.

e.4. MAINTENANCE STRUCTURE Subject or Task Time frequency Time estimate Overall cleaning and housekeeping. Daily Condition and function monitoring of the equipment Lubrication and greasing According to manual Maintenance work: Rotor service (i.e...2014 16 . all standard service and maintenance According to manual procedures necessary Time frequency is dependent on the composition of MSW and used shredding methods Calculations based on the usage of T8805 Shredder 17. the rotation of knives) Every 200-400 h 4 h (2 persons) Exchange work: Rotor knife exchange Every 400-800 h 4 h (2 persons) Counter knife service (i. the rotation of the counter Maintenance work: Every 400-800 h knives) 3 h (2 persons) Exchange work: Counter knife exchange Every 800-1600 h 3 h (2 persons) Exchange work: Rotor end sealing exchange Every 3000-6000 h 2 h (2 persons) Exchange work: Screen exchange Every 3000-6000 h 2 h (2 persons) Every 2500-5000 h. Exchange work: Hydraulic unit filter exchange According to manual 2 h (1 persons) Exchange work: Gearbox oil exchange of all equipment According to manual 3 h (2 persons) Additionally.


TYRANNOSAURUS® REFERENCES Over 40 TYRANNOSAURUS® Shredder references running worldwide 17.2014 18 .4.

4.” 17.2014 19 .”Our answer to global environmental problems is to see waste as a resource rather than a problem.