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October 1, 2003
Bandit Industries Inc., Remus, Mich., has introduced a mulch coloring system to attach to Beast Recyclers. The system uses a dry colorant that is metered onto wood as it enters the grinder, and it is tied into the Beast's feed system, according to the company. The colorant system uses 10 gallons of water per minute, and the Beast cuttermill can mix 125 cubic yards of colored material per hour, the company says.
READER SERVICE NO. 151
Bomag, Kewanee, Ill., has introduced the BC672RB and BC772RB refuse compactors, which come with water-cooled Deutz diesel engines and a new wheel/tooth design. The BC672Rb weighs 71,000 pounds and offers 421 horsepower (hp) output at 2,100 revolutions per minute (rpm). The BC772RB weighs 81,000 pounds and produces 442 hp, according to the company. Leveling blades are available in widths of 12 feet and 6 inches or 14 feet, the company says.
READER SERVICE NO. 152
Continental Biomass Industries, Newton, N.H., has introduced the Annihilator primary shredder. It weighs more than 20,000 pounds and features a forged, steel rotor that is 10 feet and 4 inches long, 6 inches thick, and 42 inches in diameter, the company says. The unit comes in stationary and mobile configurations with a choice of 600-1000 hp electric or diesel engines, according to the company.
READER SERVICE NO. 153
CP Manufacturing, National City, Calif., offers the V-Screen Separation technology, which features two separating decks angled in a space-saving trough configuration, according to the company. An increased screening capacity works with disc screen technology, a traction-control air system, multiple screen angle adjustments and an improved container egress path designed for low glass breakage and an efficient sort, the company says.
READER SERVICE NO. 154
Galbreath Inc., Winamac, Ind., has introduced the Revolution 60K roll-off hoist, which is available in IO-Inside/Outside, OR-Outside Rail, EX-Extendable Tail and HH-Deadlift models. The unit is built with a 10-inch mainframe with no subframe, interchangeable 7-inch lift and winch cylinders, interchangeable cable sheaves with grease grooves, and a one-piece lower lift bracket, according to the company. There also are a variety of safety features with the unit, the company says.
READER SERVICE NO. 155
Pegson, Lexington, Ohio, now offers the 1300 Maxtrak cone crusher plant, which is self-contained and includes a belt feeder with an integral hopper that can be fed with full level control from a conveyor, bucket loader or Pegson Premiertrak, according to the company. The feeder/hopper assembly can be hydraulically lowered into the feed ring for transport or raised for re-metalling, the company says.
READER SERVICE NO. 156
Wastequip Accurate, Beachwood, Ohio, has introduced the Slam Latch standard safety feature on all of its roll-off containers. The safety feature is designed to automatically latch the rear door of the container when it is slammed shut, the company says. A safety chain then is attached after closing the door. The slam latch secures the door without the need of a cam-style latch, according to the company.
READER SERVICE NO. 157
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