Canadian Biomass Magazine

CBI’s newest Magnum Force grinder

March 11, 2011
By Continental Biomass Industries


CBI’s newest
Magnum Force grinder

CBI Shingle ProCBI unveiled its newest Magnum Force Series grinder, the Shingle Pro XL 406, in late March 2011.

Mar. 11, 2011, Newton, NH – CBI unveiled
its newest Magnum Force Series grinder, the Shingle Pro XL 406, in late March
2011. Because shingle grinding is one of the toughest applications a machine
can be built for, the Shingle Pro XL 406 design features also make it ideally
suited for high‐volume reprocessing of all types of material into a small uniform
end product. This includes wood and bark reground into high-quality mulch,
pellet feedstock, or pulverized fuel, or other feedstock such as waste material
regrinding into kiln fuel.

 CBI Shingle Pro  

Designed for single‐pass processing to a
finished end product, the Shingle Pro XL 406 is big, strong, reliable, and
productive. It offers high throughput and low cost per volume of feedstock. It
comes with a powerful CAT C27, 1050-hp electric start engine; a unique hog box
design, which allows the upper hog box and bonnet assembly to hydraulically
lift to expose the rotor and grates for safer and easier maintenance; a heavy‐duty
reinforced housing with replaceable wear liners; a rugged forged rotor with
heavy‐duty hammers and tips that are easy and cost effective to maintain;
an integrated water spray system designed to control dust in the grinding
chamber, which also doubles as a colour injection system for mulch processing;
a completely enclosed discharge conveyor for added dust control; and a unique
engine cooling system that prevents radiator clogging. The optional CBI Magnum
Overband Magnet features an extra strong permanent magnet enclosed in a special
stainless steel frame, which allows for the most effective removal of metal and
maximum performance. CBI’s new Magnum Force Shingle Pro XL 406 is a top choice
for recycling asphalt shingles or for high‐volume material
regrinding., 603‐382‐0556

CBI Shingle Pro  


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