With biomass disposal and recycling shredders, you can easily prepare biomass for further processing. Biomass is typically comprised of plant, animal, and other organic material that can be converted into reusable energy and fuel. Used for heat production or energy and power, biomass fuel is an important method of recycling green waste and organic waste materials. By shredding biomass, the waste products are reduced to a smaller and more usable size that prepares them for processing, and so this fuel can be easily created for excellent value. These slow-speed biomass shredders are the perfect solution for shredding biomass thanks to their dependable, heavy-duty power and ability to shred large volumes of waste at once.
Biomass Slow-Speed Shredders
Using biomass slow-speed shredders available through 3R-Machinery allows you to shred down everything from plants, crops, food, animal bones, carcasses, and more to allow the natural energy stored within the biomass to be utilized as fuel. Biomass and other organic waste materials can be reduced in volume up to 75% thanks to the high power and reliable shredding capabilities of our slow-speed shredders. By reducing biomass volume, more space in landfills can be used, while the biomass itself decomposes more easily and is prepared for processing. These shredders boast high-powered steel shafts that rip and tear through organic waste and biomass to produce significantly smaller shred sizes that can then be used for compost or fuel purposes. This excellent output of shredding power grants these slow-speed shredders high versatility with a wide range of waste materials accepted. Another great benefit and advantage of using these biomass shredders is their mobility; with a handy tread design, these shredders can be maneuvered anywhere they’re required on the jobsite, effectively saving operators time moving back and forth to shred more material. Customizable programs in the control system adjust the shredder’s functionality to match the material being shredded, so a range of applications can be met. With considerable shredding strength, dependable performance, and competitive throughput rates and efficiency, these slow-speed shredders are the prime choice for shredding biomass.