NEW TEREX ECOTEC TBG 630 BRINGS ‘ADDED BITE’ TO WASTE RECYCLING – McHALE PLANT SALES SAYS
The emergence of waste management and materials recycling is one that has gripped consumers and industry alike as we become acutely aware of the environmental importance of waste avoidance.
Through their appointment to represent Terex Ecotec waste shredding equipment, construction and forestry plant distributors, McHale Plant Sales has become a significant player in the sector, accessing a market that dovetails comfortably with those other major products that the Rathcoole and Birdhill-based distributor represents.
Underscoring that relationship is the arrival on to the market of the all-new TBG 630 High Speed Shredder. First shown at the recent IFAT exhibition, the TBG 630 is key offering within the comprehensive Terex Ecotec equipment range.
A wholly fit-for-purpose machine, it is one well suited to waste wood processing and green waste shredding. With power to tackle the toughest tasks, it is driven by an impressive 661hp Scania V8 engine and is already being regarded by many as the ultimate processing machine with terms such as ‘best-in-class’ used to describe its features and capabilities.
Visually, the TBG 630 is an attractively finished machine designed to look well on any worksite. Manufactured in a combination of dark charcoal grey with lighter, closer-to-white body livery that Terex Ecotec owners will recognise, the TBG 630 is described by McHale Plant Sales executive Denis McGrath as “a heavyweight piece of kit that brings added bite to waste recycling. Tracked for greater stability, it has good on-site manoeuvrability and easy site-to-site transportability”.
Maintenance wise, it offers “unrivalled service access to facilitate easier and faster onsite servicing, repair or parts replacement so production downtime is reduced to the bare minimum” McGrath added.
Intelligently designed to deliver unrivalled performance, ease of maintenance and superb fuel efficiency, the TBG 630 has the appetite operators require to eat its way through mountains of waste, converting even the bulkiest of loads into a fine, manageable mulch at a highly-efficient speed of 120 tonnes per hour.
Fed from a wide, generously proportioned rear conveyor, waste matter is quickly conveyed through a 1,000rpm upturn rotor and feed wheel with lift/downward assist features and a pummelling through 36 swinging hammers and sizing screen before being rapidly transformed from an unwieldy load into a fine manageable mix that is then discharged along a conveyor boom pitched up to 35° to heights over 5m. Its extra-large screening area has a kickback mechanism that rejects unshreddable material without loss of productivity.
Terex Ecotec TBG630