Morbark Introduces Partnership, Debuts Trommel Screen at COMPOST2017
📅 Tue January 17, 2017 - National Edition
Morbark Pronar 2055 Trommel Screen
Morbark, LLC, a leading manufacturer of durable, high-performance wood waste reduction equipment for 60 years, will demonstrate a trommel screen at this year's COMPOST2017 show, the U.S. Composting Council's Conference and Tradeshow.
Morbark has entered into a partnership with Pronar, a company based in Poland that specializes in the manufacture and sale of machinery and equipment for agriculture, municipal services and transportation industry.
“Morbark has the largest and broadest product lines for the recycling market,” said Michael Stanton, Morbark Industrial Products Director. “Expanding our product offerings further by partnering with Pronar to provide high-quality mobile trommel screens greatly benefits our customers who wish to expand their capabilities.”
Available in four sizes, these mobile trommel screens, which will be co-branded Morbark and Pronar, are perfectly suited to work with a wide variety of materials, including soil, compost, municipal waste, coal, aggregate and biomass. The easy-to-use electronic controls allow the operator to tailor the operation parameters to the materials to be separated. A variety of drums are available to meet the customer's specific needs, with round or square holes and of any mesh size. Key features include:
Wide-opening doors for accessibility and quick switching of drums
Pull-out platform, on which the engine and hydraulic systems are mounted, for easy maintenance access
Magnetic roller for removal of ferrous metals, which may be mounted on the rear and/or side discharge conveyors.
Hydraulic tipping grid for removal of large objects, to help prevent damage to the trommel drum
The tracked version of the MPB 20.55 Trommel Screen will be demonstrated at COMPOST2017 on January 26 at the City of LA Lopez Canyon Compost Facility. You may visit Morbark during the COMPOST2017 show, January 24-26, at Booth #225, at the Westin Bonaventure, in Los Angeles. For more information, visit http://compostingcouncil.org/compost2017.