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Monster grinder with robust cutting chamber

Monster grinder with robust cutting chamber

JWC Environmental introduces its largest grinder ever - the Macho Monster model 70000. This massive two-shafted grinder features an extra-large robust cutting chamber designed specifically for processing high-volume solids in large scale wastewater screenings grinding, various heavy-duty industrial dry grinding applications, food waste receiving, petrochemical and other various large scale, wet or dry solids reduction applications. 
Primarily designed for use in automatic hopper-fed configurations, this dual-shafted grinder features two rows of large 10-inch (254mm) diam., 7/8-inch (22mm) thick cutters designed to grab large debris for size reduction and further processing. Built with JWCE's largest, 4-inch (101mm) diam. hex shaft size, the grinder produces an impressive 20,000 lbs. of cutting force at peak loads. JWCE engineers can also custom design cutter configurations to meet specific application needs.
"The massive 70000 operates using a slow speed, high torque design and can be configured with a 25 HP (18.5kW) to 50 HP (37kW) motor mounted on corresponding 87:1 to 43:1 gear reducers, making this one mean, green grinding machine" says Rob Sabol, Director of R&D.

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Costa Mesa, CA
US, 92626


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