Cumberland 6508 Beside-The Press Granulator (65 Series)

Cumberland 6508 Beside-The Press Granulator (65 Series)

Features of the Cumberland 6508 Beside-The Press Granulator (65 Series)

  • Multi-feed hopper suitable for manual, conveyor or robot loading
  • Innovative flap assembly specifically designed to be removed quickly and easily
  • Bolted and doweled cutting chamber assembly with outboard, sealed-for-life bearings
  • 3-knife, open rotor with scooped wings and slant-cut knives
  • Counter-slanted stationary knives provide true “scissor" cutting action
  • All knives manufactured from D2 HCHC and heat treated using Cumberland’s proprietary process
  • Rotating ends discs for low heat granulation and reduced friction wear
  • High-inertia flywheel with automatic drive belt tension
  • TEFC motor and NEMA Type 12 enclosure
  • Safety interlocks and safety labels
  • 3 HP belt drive

Providing efficient and versatile granulation for a variety of applications, the 65 Series can be used with robot feed, conveyor feed, or hand feed operations. 65 Series granulators provide maximum cutting efficiency with their low speed,

SKU: NDS6508 ISBN: 9358476066886
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Cumberland 6508 Beside-The Press Granulator (65 Series)

Versatility isn't always guaranteed in granulators, but the Cumberland 65 Series delivers an unbelievable array of options. The Cumberland 6508 Beside-The Press Granulator is the smallest machine in the series and can be moved to different locations with its convenient mobility. Options between manual, robotic, or a conveyor fed hopper are available, and the top of the unit is even reversible for long runners. The entire flap assembly can be instantly removed to deliver optimal use of the hopper and feed system. The Cumberland 6508 has a cutting circle of 6.5" and a chamber size of 6.5" x 8". Thus it is ideal for injection molding rejects, small parts, small tubes, and edge trims from sheet extrusion.

Because it can be hand-fed, it is a low speed granulator to ensure user safety. It features a three knife open rotor design with D2 HCHC blades. The bed or stationary knives are also D2 HCHC, but have two edges and are reversible for optimum efficiency and use. The 3 HP motor uses a flywheel for automatic drive belt tension. This allows all scrap materials to be processed, without leading to instances of inertia. Additionally, the "counter slanted" position of the knives means that they operate like classic scissors. This guarantees that all materials are processed evenly and in a uniform manner. The Cumberland 6508 Beside-The Press Granulator also has rotating end discs to generate low heat and prevent wear and tear from friction. Controls are very simple and easy to use, featuring start and stop buttons and safety interlocks. They are NEMA Type 12 controls and integrate well with the easy maintenance options. The TEFC motor and the accessibility of the unit make it just as easy to repair or clean as it is to move.

In addition to the standard features, the Cumberland 6508 comes with some excellent options. These include a motor upgrade to 5 HP, a staggered knives and open rotor configuration, a compressed air discharge, and a full sound enclosure. Delivering up to 150 pounds per hour and offering complete flexibility of configuration and material handling, the Cumberland 6508 Beside-The Press Granulator is an ideal choice for quality, mobile granulating.

 Line Drawings Cumberland 6.5 Series Granulators

26.67 (677) 15.81 (402) 24.86 (631) 25.88 (657) 25.97 (670)

Manufacturer Name Cumberland
Max Throughput Up to 150 lbs/hr (40 kg/hr
Feed Opening/Throat Size 6.5” x 8” (165 x 203 mm)
Cutting Chamber 6.5” (165 mm)
Rotor Knives D2 HCHC Heat treated
Screen 3/16”
Base Caster-mounted
Discharge Large capacity vacuum bin
Drive Parts High-inertia flywheel with automatic drive belt tensioning
Model # 6508
Weight 507 lbs. (230 kg)
Shipping Weight 510.0000
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