Cumberland 37H Central Granulator (H Series) Granulators Cumberland
Cumberland 37H Central Granulator (H Series) Granulators Cumberland

Cumberland 37H Central Granulator (H Series) Granulators Cumberland
Cumberland 37H Central Granulator (H Series) Granulators Cumberland

Cumberland 37H Central Granulator (H Series)

  • SKU: NDS37H
  • GTIN/UPC: 9358476075451

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Features of the Cumberland 37H Central Granulator (H Series)

  • Internal surfaces machined for ease of clean out and material flow
  • Heavy-duty, outboard mounted, double roller bearings
  • Designed for high-capacity central reclaim
  • 15, 18, 21 and 25-knife rotor
  • Handles a wide variety of applications including extruder purgings, sheet pipe scrap and other high torque applications
The H Series units were developed over many years, to perfect the process of reclaiming purgings, patties, and the extremely heavy cross section material forms.

Description of the Cumberland 37H Central Granulator (H Series)

Known throughout the size reduction industry as a leader in innovation, Cumberland offers their H Series Granulators. These are high capacity units that also tackle some of the thickest materials, including ultra-thick purgings up to 6", slabs, pipe rejects and scrap, rolls of film, and more. They can do this thanks to their "Hog" rotors and their strong motors. The Helical Hog Rotor comes standard on all models in the H Series. The Cumberland 37H Central Granulator has a 15 blade rotor that is capable of a throughput of 3000 pounds per hour. The 18" x 37" throat infeed is fed on a conveyor. It brings materials into the double bed cutting chamber where the two HCHC raided bed knives help to initiate the premium reclamation process. The 150 HP motor is supported by the heavy duty double roller bearings that are outboard mounted to prevent contamination. The internal surfaces of the Cumberland 37H Central Granulator are machined to ensure easy maintenance and some of the smoothest material flow available. The central design of the granulating system also helps with oversized and heavy materials meant for reclamation.

Maintenance on the unit is easy thanks to the central design and outboard bearings. The 3/8" screen is easy to clean and the airveyor discharge ensures optimal performance. There are many accessories available for this unit, including access to cyclone separators, blower units, and additional conveyor styles to feed materials into the 104" infeed. The Cumberland 37H Central Granulator is designed for high capacity central reclaim and is capable of yielding an end product that is as small as .25 inches in size. This process is done at some of the highest speeds imaginable, and some processors may have to equip cutting chambers to be water cooled in order to avoid polymer melt or smearing during the high speed processing. The design of this granulator is meant to deliver optimal results with even some of the most difficult materials. This is a medium sized unit that is capable of high capacity output. It uses a step base and airveyor discharge, but can be customized with accessories to suit specific applications. If you need to handle the reclamation of challenging and bulky materials, consider the Cumberland 37H Central Granulator as a viable solution. This granulator can handle seriously oversized loads at high speed and with uniform results.

Line Drawings & Dimentions for H Series Granulators


Manufacturer Name Cumberland
Max Throughput 3000 lbs./hr. (1363 kg/hr)
Feed Opening/Throat Size 18" x 37" (457mm x 940 mm)
Cutting Chamber 2-bed knife
Rotor 15-blade Helical Hog
Rotor Knives 15 HCHC
Screen 3/8" Heat Treated
Base 37" Step type
Discharge 8" Airveyor Chute
Drive Parts V-belt
Accessories Blower, Cyclone, Separator, Conveyor
Model # 37H
Weight 12,000 lbs. (5455 kg)
Warranty N/A
Shipping Weight 12000.0 lbs.
Shipping Height N/A


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