Morbark Waste Recyclers are a form of grinding machine that specialize in allowing the capability of large-volume and large sized material grinding. Some example of their applications include the grinding of whole trees, root systems, limbs, timbers, construction and demolition debris, pallets, wood furniture and railroad ties. Morbark has built its way up from a 2-man operation out of a blacksmith shop into the 1.1 million square foot manufacturing complex with more than 400 employees that it is today. Morbark is a leading brand in the grinding industry known for its durable, high-performance design and construction. Worldwide Recycling Equipment Sales, LLC offers a variety of these top-of-the-line products at drastically reduced prices.
The large volume handling capabilities and quick processing rate makes grinder use a quick and efficient way to recycle wood waste, C&D waste, MSW and a variety of other raw and agro products. Grinders are used to reduce material down to a specified size. One growing industry that requires constant use of a grinder is wood waste recycling. With the range of recycled products made from wood waste spanning from shoreline erosion prevention products to fish and bird habitats to reusable mulch for trails, landscape, gardening and playgrounds, the wood recycling industry is on a lucrative rise, making the purchase of a tub grinder more cost-effective than ever. Grinders are used in manufacturing a wide variety of raw products such as construction and demolition material, mulch and boiler fuel and are useful in processing municipal yard waste into usable mulch.
Most grinders come equipped with some form of hammermill with swinging hammers to do the grinding work. Hammermills are grinding machines used to shred or crush aggregate material into smaller pieces. Material is passed through a wide feed hopper, falling into the grinding chamber. The grinding chamber contains a rotating hammer rotor with swinging hammers that crush the material and drive it through a screen, thus using impact grinding to reduce the material into smaller scraps.
Because of their durability, superior size reduction techniques and efficiency, grinders are useful in a variety of industries, including food, agro, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, etc. and can be used to grind anything from cattle feed and foodstuff to plastic, glass and woodchips. Grinders use abrasion and compression to pulverize materials to a reduced size, using a series of wheels, drums and plates to process the material. Grinding and shredding materials in preparation for recycling is growing in profitability. Getting a wide variety of sized and shaped material down to a consistent and more manageable size is the first step in recycling that product. And, with many states passing ordinances on the proper way to dispose of waste and regulations on what can and cannot dumped in a landfill, the grinding industry is more profitable than ever.