CBI demonstrating machines live at the Northeastern Forest Products Expo
May 16, 2017 - Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) will be exhibiting at the 2017 Northeastern Forest Products Expo next week and will run live demonstrations of wood grinders, wood chippers, and the latest forestry attachments. CBI will be stationed at booth X-5 displaying the Magnum Force 6800BT Horizontal Grinder, the Magnum Force 5800BT Horizontal Grinder, the ChipMax 484B Portable Wood Chipper, the Stump Shear, and the Log & Stump Screw.
The CBI exhibit is located in the outside display area at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine. Show hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday May 19, 2017 and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday, May 20, 2017.
“The Northeastern Forest Products Expo is always one of the biggest forestry shows in the region and CBI looks forward to the event every year,” said Art Murphy, director of sales & marketing for Terex Environmental Equipment. “NEFP is a tremendous opportunity to connect with current and future customers and identify exactly what CBI can do to help bring their business to the next level. The crowd expects a show every year and CBI machines always impress.”
Magnum Force 6800BT Horizontal Grinder
The CBI 6800BT horizontal grinder has been specifically designed for land clearing companies and yard waste processors who demand high-volume throughput and maximum reliability. It’s capable of processing land clearing debris, pallets, clean industrial waste, stumps, and logs as quickly as it can be loaded and is well suited to produce highly-marketable mulch through its regrinding capability.
Magnum Force 5800BT Horizontal Grinder
The CBI 5800BT portable horizontal grinder was developed to feature the same principles of the proven CBI 6800BT grinder but is purpose-built for contractors dealing with lower production needs or transportation restrictions. Like CBI’s other horizontal grinders, the CBI 5800B never compromises strength or performance.
CBI ChipMax 484 Portable Wood Chipper
The CBI ChipMax 484B whole tree chipper hit the market with an eye on productivity and customer flexibility. The rotor, chipper box, and feed system are the strongest in its class as this drum chipper provides owners with years of trouble free service. Featuring two rotor options, the CBI 484B can make high-quality fuel chips custom sized from 12–25 mm or “micro-chips” from 2–12 mm from logs up to 24" in diameter.
CBI Stump Shear
The CBI Stump Shear is a stump’s worst nightmare. The attachment is designed to grub, pull, backfill, shear, split and load... making uniform processed material out of the biggest stumps and butt logs at a rate of 50 tons or more per hour. Two massive ripper teeth pull stumps out of the ground, while the reinforced steel plate backfills the stump hole.
CBI Log & Stump Screw
The CBI Log & 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. Splits wood up to 7 feet in diameter and up to 20 feet in length with ease and efficiency and without the need for a larger machine. This attachment is ideal for all excavators, log loaders, front-end loader/backhoes, farm tractors and skid steer units.
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