Grinder Teeth – Increase Production and Decrease Wear

Posted by Timothy Harvard on December, 2015

grinder teeth are a replaceable wear item that are used on horizontal grinding machines in a variety of industries such as the forestry industry. They can be used in various applications to produce efficiently tiny particle sizes for products like animal bedding and landscape mulch. These types of teeth are used by many different manufacturers because they dig deeper into the feed material for a greater feed rate.

What is a Horizontal Grinding Machine?
Horizontal grinding machines were first introduced in the late ’90s as another option next to the tub grinder. Horizontal grinders use a positive-feed design to feed material into the hammermill. The hammermill is cylindrical in shape much like the tub grinder’s and is located in the heart of the machine. The most common horizontal grinders use a long, narrow infeed with a belt or chain and an infeed roller that horizontally feeds material into the machine.

These types of grinding machines use grinder teeth to reduce efficiently and recycle green waste such as wood. These machines are also used to produce easily other forms of waste end product including mulch, colored mulch, boiler fuel compost, and other finished products for a variety of manufacturers.

Benefits of Using Horizontal Grinding Machines
In addition to helping to reduce green waste, these machines in turn help minimize trucking costs, as well as help, save on fuel and dump or tipping fees with the help of strong and efficient grinder teeth. The teeth can be applied to common and popular applications and are also capable of withstanding the elements and other tough conditions.

These teeth can handle a variety of waste materials and land-clearing debris including:

* Bark
* Brush
* Logs
* Stumps
* Wood construction
* Construction and demolition materials

With their strength and resiliency, these teeth help to decrease wear and tear on equipment, help to increase load numbers, and also help to save on fuel costs by reducing the amount burned. They also help to increase production per day and load weight as well to reduce labor costs per load in turn helping to give more monetary value to each load.

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