Columbia Steel Casting Co. Inc.

10425 N. Bloss Ave.
Portland, OR
US, 97203

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  • Shredder Rotor Assembly
    Shredder Rotor Assembly
  • Rotor Caps and End Caps
    Rotor Caps and End Caps
  • Shredder Double Beam Grates
    Shredder Double Beam Grates
  • Shredder Kick-out Doors and Reject Doors
    Shredder Kick-out Doors and Reject Doors
  • Cast Shredder Feed Rolls
    Cast Shredder Feed Rolls

Columbia Steel is a leading manufacturer of wear parts for auto and scrap metal shredders. Many standard and custom designs are available. Columbia Steel is a vertically integrated manufacturer, able to engineer, cast, heat treat, machine and assemble the wide variety of wear-resistant parts you need.

Columbia Steel serves shredding operations with long life, high production shredder wear parts. From the smallest rotor caps to the largest full assemblies, Columbia Steel is a proven supplier to leading recyclers. Its engineering staff works closely with maintenance supervisors to improve production and wear part life. Columbia Steel is an innovator in the design of metal recycling wear parts. The company's experience in this field benefits shredder operators in many ways, including less localized wear, reliable kick-out doors to minimize damage from tramp, more effective sizing and overall lower cost per ton of metal processed.

Shredder wear parts from Columbia Steel include:

All parts made in Portland, Oregon, USA.

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Updated double beam shredder grates

These updated double beam shredder grates are designed to match current industry demands, which are putting big pressure on equipment and operators to process even the most unwieldy scrap with maximum efficiency and profitability. They feature added strength, with rigidity that reduces flexing and bowing, and changes to features like grate openings, which are staggered on this design, so there is one beneath each hammer track for more throughput volume. “Customers are shredding materials that might have been unthinkable 10 years ago,” says Columbia Steel product engineer Greg Stegmaier. “The biggest benefit of a double beam design is its added strength. The beams’ rigidity reduces flexing and bowing under service. Bowing is as bad as excessive wear, because feed material isn’t effectively shredded between the hammers and grates.” “We have an East Coast customer who jumped from 70,000 tons to 200,000 tons of scrap processed between grate change-outs,” continues Stegmaier. “That same operator also described our double beam product as ‘the easiest grate to pull out’ when a change-out was finally needed – a real plus in a safety-conscious industry.”

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