Heavy Equipment Guide Logo

CBI debuts 6800CT horizontal grinder

Latest high-production grinder makes live premiere at NEFP 2018, May 11th in Vermont, along with a range of machines and attachments from CBI and Terex Ecotec

CBI debuts 6800CT horizontal grinder

Guests at the 2018 Northeastern Forest Products Equipment Expo had the first-ever look at CBI's newest horizontal grinder: the Magnum Force 6800CT. CBI premiered the 6800CT along with the TSC 80T Tracked Conveyor May 11-12 at the Northeastern Forest Products Equipment Expo in Vermont. CBI equipment was paired with Terex Ecotec's TWH 226 Material Handler, showing the complementary value of both Terex Corporation brands in a single operation. 

Relentlessly improving on the 6800BT's design, the 6800CT's 190-degree screening area lets production rates surge beyond 200 tons an hour. According to CBI, the naturally efficient design of the new grinder's offset helix rotor minimizes kinetic energy loss from each strike, requiring less power to rotate while evenly distributing wear and outproducing the competition. Ripping material right through it, this machine processes land clearing debris, pallets, clean industrial waste, stumps, logs, and whole trees as fast as it can be loaded, giving owners command over intense production deadlines. 

The CBI & Ecotec Booth at NFPE featured seven other pieces of logging industry and wood waste recycling equipment: a 5800BT Horizontal Grinder, a ChipMax 484BT Whole Tree Chipper, a TSC80T Tracked Conveyor, a TWH 226 Waste Handler, an XP Log & Stump Screw, an XLP Log & Stump Screw, along with a static display of the CBI Ripper Tooth. In total, there were six live demos during show hours with two static displays of the XLP Screw and Ripper Tooth.

"The 6800CT has been designed completely with the end user in mind, including serious production and maintenance upgrades," said Art Murphy, Director of Sales and Marketing at Terex Environmental Equipment. "We paired the 6800CT with a new TSC80T Tracked Conveyor, the first in an array of stacking conveyor options that CBI plans to offer North American customers. From our attachment line, we showcased the new Grizzly Tooth ripper attachment as a static display." 

CBI & Ecotec will be exhibiting in Germany at IFAT 2018, from May 14th - 18th and also in Virginia at Expo Richmond May 18th - 19th. 

CBI's 5800BT Horizontal Grinder.

5800BT Horizontal Grinder - This portable and powerful horizontal grinder was developed to feature the same principles of the high-production 6800BT but is purpose-built for contractors dealing with transportation restrictions.

 484BT ChipMax Whole Tree Chipper - This compact and reliable whole tree chipper consistently out-produces the competition by up to 50 percent on a daily basis and has a high-production capability of 120-plus tons per hour.                  

 TSC80T Tracked Conveyor - The TSC 80T is a self-powered 80ft tracked stockpiler with impressive features and conveying capacities. The track in and out design lets operators track the machine out, fold to working position, and start conveying material.

 TWH226 Material Handler - Industry professionals rely on the TWH 226 Material Handler machine because its flexibility and speed are ideal for the recycling business. Its reliability, vertically-movable cab, and high-lifting capacities throughout the entire working range prepare machine operators for any challenge.

 Log & Stump Screw (XP & XLP Models) - The CBI Log and Stump Screw is designed to split oversized butt logs, pole wood, and stumps into more manageable-sized material to be further processed into firewood, wood fuel or other value-added finished products.

 Ripper Tooth - The CBI Grizzly Tooth's best in class shank thickness, AR 400 Steel plates, and aggressive angle make it a violent solution for clearing land and digging up roots. This attachment is built to tear through dense material and frozen Earth during the winter months, while outlasting anything on the market.

The 484BT ChipMax Whole Tree Chipper.
Output on the CBi TSC80T Tracked Conveyor.
The CBI Log and Stump Screw.
The CBI Grizzly ripper tooth.
CBI at NFPE 2018.

More from C&D Recycling

New location to double production capacity for Rockster

Continuous expansion, high quality standards as well as short delivery deadlines made such a step necessary for the manufacturer of mobile crushing and screening machinery, Kormann Rockster Recycler GmbH from Ennsdorf. The acquisition of a 10,000 m² property in Neumarkt im Mühlkreis (Upper Austria) promises to provide a strong and needed force in a continuous growth and market demand.

Metso celebrates milestone of 10,000 HP Series cone crushers sold

Metso has reached the significant milestone of 10,000 Nordberg® HP cone crushers sold globally. The most popular modern cone crusher in the world, according to Metso, the HP Series celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. The 10,000th HP cone crusher unit was handed over to the French aggregates and asphalt producer and urban infrastructure development company Eurovia in a ceremony held this week at Metso's Mâcon facility in France.

free-paper-airplane

Get our newsletter

Learn more

New Pitbull Grizzly screen an economical option for small- to mid-sized contractors

Lake Erie Portable Screeners introduces the heavy-duty Pitbull PB678 Static Grizzly. The compact screen is a smaller version of the popular PB148 for added jobsite versatility and pairs well with the Pitbull 2300 screening plant, making it an economical option for operations looking for a compact solution to sort oversize material on a reduced scale. The PB678 Static Grizzly includes features for easy bar removal or adjustments as well as transportability. It is ideal for a wide range of industries, including aggregates, mining, scrap, excavation, demolition, forestry and landscaping.

Terex Finlay introduces 883+ triple shaft heavy duty screener

Terex Finlay showcased the latest addition to their 8-Series line up of heavy duty screeners, the ‘883+ triple shaft' at Bauma 2019. This new model has been developed specifically to work in a variety of dry and difficult sticky applications including quarry, mining, sand and gravel, construction and demolition debris and recycling applications. 

Keestrack extends worldwide manufacturing

Keestrack prides itself in consistently developing its worldwide manufacturing capacities. The company, which at bauma celebrated its 10,000th production machine since the legendary "4518" was introduced in 1996, is also marking the completion of its new 8740-square-metre assembly complex, the second extension phase of its main factory in Šternberk, Czech Republic. More milestones and new extension projects will be set and started in 2019, including the opening of Keestrack's Indian assembly in Neemrana and new production capacities in Ponzano Veneto, Italy.

free-magazine-subscription

Get Our Magazine

Paper or Digital delivered monthly to you

Subscribe or Renew Learn more

Recycled aggregates for roads

Municipalities are responsible for the care and maintenance of vast amounts of roads, from lanes to highways. When those roads are repaired or replaced, there's the potential to generate a significant amount of aggregate material - concrete and asphalt removed from the surface that must be dealt with.
Today's roadbuilding contractors are taking this material and recycling it more than ever before. However, research is showing that some municipalities are far better than others when it comes to using this type of aggregate in their roads - and some are far behind.

Keestrack optimizes electric drive technology

Keestrack offers today the most versatile range of hybrid and plug-in solutions in mobile processing technology for quarrying and recycling applications. This applies to the complete product range, from screening plants and stockpile conveyors to mobile track-mounted crushing solutions of all relevant technologies and for all production capacities.

Brokk releases diesel demolition robot with 40 percent more hitting power

Brokk has introduced the Brokk 520D. Meeting both Tier 4 Final and Europe's Stage IV emission standards, Brokk says that the new machine is the most eco-friendly diesel demolition robot on the market. The 520D replaces the Brokk 400D, one of the first diesel models released, and comes equipped with Brokk's signature SmartConcept technology, boasting 40 percent more hitting power.

Aquajet Systems' new Ergo Climber delivers hydrodemolition power from scaffolding pipes​​

Aquajet Systems AB has introduced the Ergo Climber attachment for its new Ergo System hydrodemolition robot. The Climber attaches to any standard scaffolding pipes and robotically moves along them to deliver powerful hydrodemolition forces for systematic vertical concrete or refractory removal, such as high-rise construction, petrochemical facilities, and other industrial applications.

free-paper-airplane

Get our newsletter

Learn more

Powerscreen of Canada to show latest crushing and screening plants at National Heavy Equipment Show

Powerscreen is one of the world's leading providers of mobile crushing, screening and conveying equipment. Official distributors, Powerscreen of Canada will exhibit at the National Heavy Equipment Show in Toronto, from March 28-29th, 2019. Exhibiting at booth number 5004, experts will be on hand to talk crushing and screening and visitors will have the opportunity to get up close to a Powerscreen Chieftain 2200 screen.

After record year in 2018 Rubble Master looks to continued growth

2018 marked the most successful year to date for RUBBLE MASTER. With record sales and an export quota of 97% RUBBLE MASTER continues to hold their status as a market leader in Compact Crushing and Screening. The company says its  continued success comes from higher product demand, healthy expansion in global markets, and new screening products.

LEED changes a boost for C&D

Construction and demolition (C&D) materials are hefty. It is why we can so effectively build roads, bridges and buildings out of them. It's also why, by weight, they are the most significant material in the North American waste stream. This creates a challenge for recycling, as it's usually too expensive, in terms of ROI, to ship most recovered C&D end products, including wood, concrete, drywall, asphalt, and asphalt shingles.

Using recycled aggregates for roadbuilding is the way of the future – time for many to catch up

Municipalities are responsible for the care and maintenance of vast amounts of roadway, from alleys to highways. When those roads are repaired or replaced, there's the potential to generate a significant amount of aggregate material - concrete and asphalt removed from the old surface that must be dealt with.

New sidewall protection for OTR tires designed for concrete and aggregates recycling

At concrete and aggregate recycling sites, recycled aggregate is produced by crushing concrete and asphalt to reuse the aggregate in the construction industry as a base for roads or building foundations.  To keep operations running site managers rely on loaders to push large jagged chunks of torn up sidewalk, roadway or building materials - which can contain steel rebar - to the crushing line to reduce its size.

free-magazine-subscription

Get Our Magazine

Paper or Digital delivered monthly to you

Subscribe or Renew Learn more