Neuenhauser North American to Launch NH6020 Trommel

The NH6020 trommel has been specifically designed for the U.S. market with an extended feed hopper suitable for the oversized buckets.

Wed November 26, 2014 - National Edition
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The NH6020 trommel has been specifically designed for the U.S. market with an extended feed hopper suitable for the oversized buckets fitted on loaders utilized in many U.S. organics processing facilities.
The NH6020 trommel has been specifically designed for the U.S. market with an extended feed hopper suitable for the oversized buckets fitted on loaders utilized in many U.S. organics processing facilities.

Neuenhauser North American will be demonstrating the new NH6020 trommel screen in the live display area at the upcoming US Composting Council Show in Austin, Texas Jan. 20 to 23.

The NH6020 trommel has been specifically designed for the U.S. market with an extended feed hopper suitable for the oversized buckets fitted on loaders utilized in many U.S. organics processing facilities. The hopper is 14 ft. (4.2 m) long with a 12 cu. yd. (9 cu m) capacity. This minimizes cycle times for the loader and eliminates the need to wait for the hopper to partially empty to load a full bucket.

For the U.S. market the machine is fitted with a 5th wheel king pin rather than a European style pintle hook. This allows it to be moved from site to site safely at higher speeds, according to the manufacturer.

The drum on the unit is 6 ft. 6 in. (2 m) in diameter by 18 ft. (5.5 m) long, punch plate spiral and mesh style drums are available. The side access door allows the drum to be removed quickly at ground level for maintenance purposes.

As with all Neuenhauser products, ease of maintenance and ease of use are integral to the design, including easy access engine canopy with catwalk, one piece fines discharge conveyor to minimize spillage, simple control panel and high capacity stockpiling conveyors.

For more information, visit www.neuenhauserna.com.




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