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TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer is expanding in U.S. market

TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer has increased its commitment to the US market through its newly-formed TORXX Kinetic subsidiary.
TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer has increased its commitment to the US market through its newly-formed TORXX Kinetic subsidiary.

TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer has increased its commitment to the U.S. market through its recently formed, wholly owned subsidiary, TORXX Kinetic.

The TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer is a patented size reduction technology relying on aerodynamics and "matter-on-matter" collisions to achieve fine sizing of would-be waste materials. Feedstock is agitated in the machine by the formation of vortices, which create enough force for material to shatter against itself. Brittle material is reduced to finer particles, while ductile material remains larger. This size differential facilitates the liberation and mechanical separation of contaminants, allowing landfill diversion and recovery. The TORXX unit maximizes value by transforming off-spec compost, MRF fines (MSW, C&D, single-stream), mixed glass, asphalt shingles, gypsum wallboard and other complex waste into usable end products. 

"Pandemic-related travel restrictions hindered growth, with our North American headquarters in Canada and most of our customers and new opportunities in the States," explains Vice President Terri Ward. "We're maintaining a presence in Toronto, with engineering and service resources. However, key personnel and new hires are now in the U.S., making it much easier to collaborate and respond to customer needs. We were attracted to the Scenic City because of its favourable manufacturing and transportation resources, proximity to our customers, and its appeal to our valued employees."

Company info

400 Applewood Crescent, Suite 120
Vaughan, ON
CA, L4K 0C3

Website:
torxxkp.com

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