The “Tornado in a Can” technology gives customers the ability to produce considerably finer material than traditional equipment.
GrinderCrusherScreen Inc. introduced a unique product reduction technology called “TKV,” short for Tornadic Kinetic Vortex, nicknamed “Tornado in a Can.”
This technology has been in existence for years; however, the price has made it out of reach, until now. After much product development, GrinderCrusherScreen is promoting the “TKV” as its choice of technologies for a secondary grinder for many applications where a fine material is needed “TKV” can take bark nuggets to powder, unscreened compost to a fine highly desired material, roofing shingles to a fine grade recycled material, MSW to fluff, glass to sand or powder and manure to fertilizer.
Company representatives say that this technology is like having a tornado pass material through an 8'-0 nonagon steel structure with ¾” steel walls. The destruction is vast, and it rivals sticking a tornado inside a nine-sided structure where the devastation is magnified and devastating. The flying material is quickly reduced by hitting each other and by slamming into the nine walls. Unlike traditional grinders where the hammers and tips do the grinding, in this technology the machine is creating vortexes. The result of the vortexes is material reduction. The result is considerably lower operating costs, less wear on the machine and a more economical way to process.
GrinderCrusherScreen is promoting the GCS Tornadic Kinetic Pulverizer as a secondary processor able to accept 12 in. minus material. Regardless of the material, GrinderCrusherScreen recommends the use of a shredder with a magnet for primary shredding, and the “TKV” for the finishing work. The “Tornado in a Can” technology gives customers the ability to produce considerably finer material than traditional equipment.
For more information, call GrinderCrusherScreen at 770-433-2670.