To facilitate the efficient recycling of mining and off-the-road (OTR) tires, ECO Green has debuted the EcoRazor 63.
Brad Swenson, ECO Green President, said that while his company is constantly innovating new equipment for efficient rubber recycling, he is especially excited about the unique capabilities of the EcoRazor 63. "This machine is able to break down some of the biggest tires on Earth," said Swenson. "It has some proprietary features that allow it to remove all of the valuable rubber from these tires with unprecedented efficiency and prepare them for downstream processing."
The patent-pending EcoRazor 63 is equipped with an articulating head that facilitates three-sided rubber removal from OTR tires. Its adjustable knives allow for control of output size, allowing clients to target the most valuable size on the market. Once the high quality rubber has been retrieved by ECO Green's specialized mining tire equipment, the remaining tire can be sent for additional processing or be converted into products such as water tanks or wear strips.
The EcoRazor 63 follows the debut of the ECO Green Colorizer Equipment line, which is capable of coloring up to 10,000 pounds of rubber waste per hour for use as mulch and colored surfaces, such as park walkways, playgrounds and athletic fields.
Eco Green also recently introduced a new 10,000 pounds/hour Rubber Colorizer Equipment line.
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