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TBG 630 High Speed Shredder:
The ultimate processing machine for medium to large-scale biomass and green waste processors, the TBG 630 is powered by a 661HP V8 Scania engine and has been designed to give operators unrivalled production rates and ease of maintenance.
The open fronted feeder uses heavy duty drag chains, a powerful feed wheel and an unrestricted feeder design to effectively utilise the 1,100mm diameter x 1,750mm wide swinging hammer rotor. This robust rotor comes with a wide selection of hammer designs and customisable screens which ensures the required end-product material specification.
As metal contaminants are always a concern when using a high-speed machine, the TBG 630 has an intelligent screen opening system to quickly discharge such contaminants - reducing the risk of accidental damage.
The unique machine layout and maintenance catwalks offer unrestricted access to both sides of the engine, making servicing a simple task.
With an industry-leading conveyor discharge height of 5.1m, the machine maximises stockpile capacity and allows loader operators to easily remove processed material.
The TBG 630 can be offered with the options of an over-band magnet and various screen apertures.
Phoenix 1600 Trommel:
The Phoenix 1600 has been innovatively designed to provide excellent fuel efficiency and low operating costs, whilst also reducing emissions and noise levels due to the machine running at a low engine speed. With a 4.9m x 1.54m drum, unrivalled production throughput is guaranteed due to the screening area, the largest in its class.
Highly versatile, the Phoenix 1600 can easily screen a variety of material including topsoil, compost, sand and gravel, wood chip and C&D waste. Woven mesh or heavy duty punch plate panels can be fitted to the drum ensuring all application requirements are met.
Phoenix 1600 Trommel
Upcoming innovations and a new factory:
As the brand continues to evolve its range, Steven told us about a new machine planned to go into production in the foreseeable future, “We currently have a prototype TSS 390 Single-Shaft Shredder undergoing rigorous testing on-site in Ireland. This is a very versatile machine that can work on wood-waste, general waste, green waste and almost anything that requires reduction. We envisage that this product will do well when we start production in the coming months.”
And looking forward, Steven continues, “It’s definitely a very busy period; we have a good forward order book and are currently building an average of 15 machines a month. We’ve actually reached capacity in this factory, which we share with Terex Washing Systems. This led us to search for and acquire a new production facility, which will be able to cope with the increasing demand for our machines.”
With a rapidly expanding dealer network, brand new facility in the works and on-going R&D projects to fill in the missing gaps in their growing product range, it’s certainly ‘all systems go’ for this thriving business. Nov 2018 - Issue 53
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