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Reasons For The Blackening Of Wood Chips After Being Crushed By Wood Shredders

In the process of crushing the branches and bark of the wood shredder, it was found that some of the wood chips were blackened and had a peculiar smell. What is the cause? The relevant analysis is as follows:

1. Caused by high temperature

Whether it is a mobile wood shredder or an ordinary garden branch shredder, the high-speed rotating blade is used to cut and break the branches. During the blade’s rotary cutting process, the airflow is driven at a high speed and the air pressure is extremely high; The internal collision is also the reason for the high temperature. In addition, the weather in some areas is hot, and a combination of various factors, the temperature inside the wood shredder is too high, which makes the surface of the wood chips overheated and blackened. At this time, the production operation can be appropriately suspended, and the operation can be carried out when it is cool, or the operation can be performed after the temperature of the machine has dropped.

2. The wood is too wet

If the wood of the branches is too wet, the crushing efficiency will be greatly reduced, the surface of the crushed wood chips will not be so smooth, and some will turn black and dark brown.

3. Residual debris

The wood shredder should be cleaned and rust removed regularly to prevent the foreign matter with acid from being thrown in by mistake and causing serious damage to the machine. At the same time, if there are debris residues, such as strong acid paint, paint on wood, etc., it will make the produced branches and wood chips black and discolored.

In fact, the use and maintenance of wood shredders are not complicated. As long as we follow the instructions, maintenance guides, and other supporting materials, strict requirements, and accurate implementation, we can usually avoid many small problems.