Equipment News

BioCycle July 2013, Vol. 54, No. 7, p. 64

Bandit XP-Series Beast Recycler

Bandit XP-Series Beast Recycler


Bandit XP-Series Beast Recycler

“XP stands for extra power, extra performance, extra production and extra profit, and that’s exactly what our customers can expect with the new XP-series Beast,” says Jerry Morey, president of Bandit Industries. The new XP-Series Beast Recyclers include: Angled front infeeds with larger infeed drive chains; new rail system on the return side of the infeed replaces roller system; base door openings larger for easier removal of the cuttermill; and several new teeth styles. Height-adjustable pitch fans are standard for engine cooling and fuel efficiency. www.banditchippers.com

Komptech Stonefex 3000 E mobile stone separator

Komptech Stonefex 3000 E mobile stone separator


Komptech Stonefex 3000 E

A mobile stone separator, the Komptech Stonefex, uses a dry separation technology to remove stones and inert items from biomass fuels, mulch and compost with a separation efficiency of over 90 percent, notes Komptech. The machine can run on diesel or electric power. Typical input materials include shredded roots, woody biomass, overs from screened compost, forest slash, C & D debris and log yard cleanup material. www.komptech.com

Orbis Green Bin2 food scrap cart

Orbis Green Bin2


Orbis’ New Green Bin For Curbside Collection

The Green Bin2 is a 12-gallon cart designed for storage and collection of food scraps. Its 360-degree double rim closure, secure front latch and lid lock eliminates spills, traps odors, and is designed to minimize animal entry. The Green Bin2, made from durable, BPA-free and recycled HDPE is recyclable. www.orbiscorporation.com

2G Cenergy Chp Installs

The latest newsletter from 2G Cenergy highlights installations of its CHP units at a number of anaerobic digesters in the U.S. The company’s 1,200 kWh biogas CHP power plant was installed at Culver Duck in Middlebury, Indiana and the Port of Tillamook, Oregon. A 500 kW containerized modular system was purchased by a swine digester operation in Magnolia County, North Carolina. And the New Hope Dairy in Galt, California, which has an MT Energies USA digester, is using a 450 kW 2G Cenergy ultra clean burning and high efficiency low-NOx, low CO emissions cogeneration module. It has a thermal power capacity of 500 kWh/th. www.2g-cenergy.com

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