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Sweed is proud to have served the recycling and wood products industries for 60 years. If you want the latest technology, quality craftsmanship, unmatched customer service and excellent after-sale support… Sweed Machinery is the answer!
This video features Sweed Machinery’s Model 450 DDX scrap chopper. The Model 450 DDX boasts robust power alongside a dual drive feedworks. Driving both feed rolls on the chopper allows the unit to process scrap quickly and efficiently, making it suitable for chopping large amounts of tangled plastic strapping, higher volumes of ¾” steel metal banding with clips, light weight wire and other various manufacturing materials. It is also very versatile, making it an excellent chopper for in-line placement to process slitter line trim.
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Sweed’s line of scrap choppers process: PET strapping, steel banding, baling wire, tube scarf, slitter edge trim, bandsaw blades, doctor blades, coater blades, and much more (virtually any scrap material that is linear)!
• Check out this popular scrap chopper video featuring Sweed’s Model 510 XHD processing 1 1/4″ steel banding: https://youtu.be/qGcaRZgb1UQ
• Check out this popular scrap chopper video featuring Sweed’s Model 450 DDX processing an impressive amount of PET strapping: https://youtu.be/QUCleAWA3Yw
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Sweed’s cut to length choppers are designed to increase band cutting efficiency and worker safety. By automating the band cutting process, workers receive accurately cut pieces of banding, and material cost is reduced by eliminating waste. Cut to Length choppers also allow companies to eliminate repetitive cutting operations and reduce the possibility of lacerations and serious repetitive task injuries.
• Check out this popular scrap chopper video featuring Sweed’s CL200 Cut to Length chopper: https://youtu.be/ClbKvze5SlY?list=PLhz6TT1tIev69GWOIIxOX1NjUAxUVjRon
Learn more about the CL200 Cut to Length chopper here: http://www.sweed.com/Shears/CL200-1
• Check out this popular scrap chopper video featuring Sweed’s CL500 Cut to Length chopper: https://youtu.be/ZK6vFU6-Z44?list=PLhz6TT1tIev69GWOIIxOX1NjUAxUVjRon
Learn more about the CL500 Cut to Length chopper here: http://www.sweed.com/Shears/cl500%3F
Alligator shears are important for facilities needing to prepare scrap for shredding. This adds value to the scrap and improves the quality of the processed scrap. Sweed alligator shears are simple to operate and feature fast cycle times while maintaining a high cutting force for tough scrap material such as: steel, bar, wire, cable, plates, tubes and other mixed metal products.
Learn more about Sweed shears here: http://www.sweed.com/shears
WIRE CHOPPING / COPPER RECOVERY SEPARATION SYSTEM:
Sweed’s recycling equipment can manage all types of wire and cable scrap, including: ferrous and non-ferrous wire, ACSR, communication wire, utility cables, power cables, copper wire, electrical multi-strand wire, romex, #1, #2 and #3 wire! Sweed systems are designed and manufactured in the United States, and offer unsurpassed technical assistance and after-sale support.
With the high price of clean recyclable conductive metals, no matter what your output requirements are, Sweed’s wire and cable recycling equipment has tremendous potential for quick paybacks and outstanding long-term profits!
Learn more about Sweed systems here: http://www.sweed.com/separation
• Check out this popular wire chopping system featuring Sweed’s Modular Wire and Cable Separation System with the prechopper option: https://youtu.be/5ChKP-bRJ9w?list=PL1…
The Gol (Round) Gumbaz (Dome) is the mausoleum of Muhammad Adil Shah (r. 1627-1656) of the Adil Shahi dynasty of Bijapur. It appears to have been the desire of the ruler to build a mausoleum that was comparable to that of his father, Ibrahim Adil Shah II. Since his father’s mausoleum, known as the Ibrahim Rauza, was exceptional in composition and decoration, the only means of avoiding direct competition was through size. It is one of the biggest single chamber structures in the world and covers an area of 18,225 square feet (1,693 square meters), which is bigger than the better known Pantheon in Rome which is 14,996 square feet (1,393 square meters). The mausoleum is part of a complex that includes a mosque, a dharmshala (inn for travelers) and other buildings related to the sovereign’s mausoleum. The building was never properly completed as intended since construction began towards the end of Muhammad Adil Shah’s reign. As a result, the tomb is a plain cube with towers on each corner.
Built of dark grey basalt and decorated plaster, the walls are nine feet (2.7 meters) thick and 100 feet (30.5 meters) in height. The interior measures 135 feet (41 meters) on each side. Each exterior face of the cube displays three great blind arches. The central arch is wider than the others and is dressed with wooden panels with small rectangular entrance and three rows of arched windows punched through. Above the south door or main entrance, hanging from a chain from the cornice, is a ‘bijli patthar’ (meteorite) that is said to have fallen during Muhammad Adil’s reign. It’s believed the stone guards the tomb from lighting. The cornice and parapet of the cube is the most articulated feature of the façade. The cornice rests on highly carved stone corbels that project about ten feet (three meters) from the wall. The cornice supports the parapet which has a row of arched openings and leaf-shaped merlons.
In the center of the tomb chamber is a platform with the cenotaphs of Muhammad Adil, his youngest wife Arus Bibi, his favorite daughter and a grandson. The main cenotaph is marked by an elaborate wooden baldachin. The real tombs are located below in the basement and are accessed by a staircase under the western entrance. An octagonal chamber was attached to the central arch of the north façade at a much later date. According to some the octagonal chamber was meant to shelter the remains of Jahan Begum, wife of Muhammad Adil, but this would have been contrary to the convention of the wife’s grave situated next to the husband’s. Most likely, it could have been for the spiritual mentor of Muhammad Adil.