Bandit Industries, Remus, Mich., offers the Model 2900 track stump grinder. The rubber track can retract to 35 inches (in.) and expand to 53 in. for stability on uneven terrain, the company says. The grinder features a hydrostatic drive and a dual-speed drive system, which allows the operator to travel zero to 70 feet (ft.) per minute in low and zero to 150 ft. per minute in high. The grinder's heavy-duty track undercarriage and four cylinders ensure the tracks stay parallel. A 53-in. grading blade is optional.
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CBI Inc., Newton, N.H., manufactures the Magnum Force 6400 grinder. Weighing less than 80,000 pounds (lbs.), the grinder features four rotors that can be changed in the field, including forged drum, solid steel, 2-pocket and 4-pocket. It is available on tracks and wheels or can be used as a stationary unit. A variety of engines are available for use , including electric, diesel, CAT C18, C27 and 3412.
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Morbark, Winn, Mich., introduces the Model 3800 Wood Hog. Weighing 53,000 lbs., the grinder features a 38-in. by 59 ¾-in. infeed opening and rotor tip swing. According to the company, the grinder's step frame design creates space in the mill area, which allows material to easily flow from the grinding chamber. An internal hydraulic drive on the feed wheel and a six-tooth drive sprocket help eliminate debris and congestion, the company says. Powered by a Caterpillar or Cummins diesel engine with 400 to 630 hp., or electric power, it features a PT Tech hydraulic wet clutch.
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Peterson Pacific Corp.
Peterson Pacific Corp., Eugene, Ore., offers the 5710C horizontal track grinder. Powered by a 1,050 hp. Caterpillar C27 engine, the grinder features a 60- by 44-in. feed opening and a high lift feed roll for processing a variety of materials, including stumps, the company says. The grinder, which is manufactured for high production applications and jobs that require frequent moves, weighs 82,330 lbs.
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The Hurricane dual shaft shredders from Vecoplan, High Point, N.C., feature a two-story high construction and can process C&D debris, municipal solid waste, plastic, wood, paper and organic matter. Available in six models — VVZ 210 HS, VVZ 250 HS, VVZ 310 HS, VVZ 210 T, VVZ 250 T and the VVZ 310 T — the units have a 100-ton-per-hour throughput and come in stationary and portable configurations. Twin-cutting rotors are powered by a dedicated drive motor, which is available in hydraulic drive or electric drive configurations.
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West Salem Machinery
West Salem Machinery, Salem, Ore., offers the Titan Series 6000 horizontal grinders. The grinders have a 60-in. by 70-in. diameter rotor assembly for processing high volumes of waste materials, the company says. Featuring 800- to 1,500-hp. dual electric drive motors with a belt drive to the rotor, the grinders can be operated in upstroke or downstroke configurations. An extra-long drag chain infeed and feedroll provide a large infeed area. Materials can be processed using the extra-large throat opening and variable speed infeed.
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