Komptech Americas LLC.

6345 Downing Street
Denver, CO
US, 80216

Komptech develops solutions and manufactures machinery and systems for the treatment of waste and Biomass.

Customer value is the focal point of our collective action as we strive to be the technological leader through our continual innovation.

Komptech strives for long-term and mutually successful partnerships with our customers backed by actions oriented towards ethical principles.

KOMPTECH CRAMBO SHREDDER
KOMPTECH CRAMBO SHREDDER

The Komptech CRAMBO Shredder is a low speed, high torque shredder that produces a determined particle size with easily changeable screen baskets. The CRAMBO will process all materials that a high speed cannot at a fraction of the cost.

Komptech Stonefex 3000 E
Komptech Stonefex 3000 E

The mobile stone separator Stonefex removes stones and inert items from biomass fuels, mulch and compost with a separation efficiency of over 90%. The dry separation technology will remove rocks, wood and light film plastic.

Typical input materials are shredded root stocks, woody biomass, overs from screened compost, forest slash, C&D and log yard cleanup material.

The Stonefex utilizes Komptech Hybrid technology and can be run both on diesel power or ground power.

Komptech Cribus 5000
Komptech Cribus 5000

The Cribus 5000 opens up a new dimension in drum screening. 540 ft² of screening area along a 25' 3" long drum, with a hopper holding over 8.5 yrd³ designed for users who want high throughput with great screening results, especially with small hole sizes. The big difference between this screen and the competition is everythings electric. That minimizes energy, wear, and maintenance costs, and makes the big Cribus one of the most economical machines in its class.

The Topturn X67 is designed for the most demanding applications.
The Topturn X67 is designed for the most demanding applications.

Hydrostatic drive combined with a solid telescopic frame allows full mobility on any terrain. It features optimal working conditions for the driver and ensures ideal windrow rotting conditions with its large, hydraulically-driven turning roller. The choice of three sizes means the right machine size for any operation.

Komptech Multistar L3
Komptech Multistar L3

Ease of operation and high-quality components means the Multistar L3/L2 star screen is perfect for continuous operation at large facilities. Separation into three fractions (L2: two fractions) takes place in one operation along with windsifting for plactic removal, magnets for metal contamination, and stone traps for rolling fractions.

The CLEANSTAR system guarantees a high level of screening regardless of material moisture. Infinte product adjustments with the change of particle size in seconds by a press of the touch screen.

Very high throughput of up to 230 cubic yards per hour allows the Multistar L3 to replace two screens using older technology.

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