Fine Grinding System

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In a Rotochopper two-stage system, an electric grinder combines seamlessly with a hammermill to provide a “Perfect In One Pass” fine grinding solution for animal bedding and other short length fiber products.

Fine Grinding Simplified

Rotochopper multi-stage systems effortlessly grind diverse raw materials down to fine texture products in a single pass. Raw waste goes into the primary grinder, and short fiber material comes out of the hammermill without any additional handling.

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Primary Horizontal Grinders

Known for precision grinding and unmatched versatility, Rotochopper electric grinders can efficiently process a broad range of feedstocks, including pallets, slabwood, sorted C & D, and baled agricultural residue. The primary horizontal grinder takes the raw material down to a uniform intermediate size with consistent uptime. Rotochopper electric grinders are available in a wide range of size and horsepower to match your raw material volume.

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Nothing beats the simplicity of a hammermill for fine grinding applications like animal bedding and densified fuels. When set in-line with a Rotochopper electric grinder, the RMT hammermill is unparalleled in fine grinding efficiency. The Rotochopper RMT hammermill can be scaled to match production requirements from any of our horizontal grinders by simply varying the mill width, horsepower, and hammer arrangements.

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Material Handling

We work with you to engineer a “Perfect In One Pass” solution tailored to your fine grinding needs and your facility. We can provide all material handling equipment to integrate each step of the grinding process into one streamlined system. We offer redundant metal removal options to ensure an end product free of ferrous metal.

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Lowest Cost Per Ton

Compared to a grinding process requiring multiple handling steps, a smooth single-pass system offers dramatically lower wear costs and maintenance downtime, along with higher horsepower efficiency. Bottom line, you produce more fine-texture product per hour, at the lowest cost per ton.

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