What happens when something gets jammed, does the entire system shut down?

Most small recycling and sorting systems are a single line, so any stoppage will stop the entire system.

Jamming is common in older systems that use disc screens to separate materials.  Newer systems, that include machines like a ballistic separator, are able to minimize jamming and downtime.

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What happens when something gets jammed, does the entire system shut down? was last modified: March 25th, 2013 by Grant Rice

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