In nature the element Titan resembles stability, liability and sturdiness at comparable low weight. These key factors were the main drivers for the development of a new machine generation. Titan series shredders use adaptive technology to process different materials. By optimizing the machine concept and the associated production process, the investment costs could be made more attractive in the customer sense.
Easy assembly/disassembly of shafts within around one hour depending on location. Better maintenance, refurbishment and change of shafts for less stops during production.
The red coloured side combs can be hydraullically opened or closed and regulate the final material size. The position of the combs regulates the time the material spends in the shredding chamber.
There are pre-set shredding programs to adjust shaft movement (speed, asynchronous/synchronous run, reversing times) to the currently processed materials.
For mobile use, we offer the version with track system. This allows the machine to be moved to a new location independently without any other equipment. This model is also designed for use in rough terrain. In addition, the chassis can be equipped with rubber track shoes to protect the surface. It is controlled by a multi-channel radio remote control.
For all situations where special requirements for exhaust and noise emissions apply, we offer a version with an electric engine (power unit). It is also possible to divide the shredder into several components in order to meet structurally relevant specifications.
|Length (mm)||10.800 / 11.500 (Transport)|
|Width (mm)||3.000 / 3.000 (Transport)|
|Height (mm)||4.300 / 3.600 (Transport)|
|Total weight (kg)||32.000|
|Engine||Volvo Penta TAD1643VE|
|Emission stage||EU Stage II/EPA Tier 2|
|Fuel tank (l)||800|
|Hopper volume (m³)||5|
|Shaft length (mm)||2.500|
|Shaft diameter (mm)||800|
|Rotational speed (U/min)||15-45|
|Discharge height (mm)||3.800|
|Options||Magnet, Side belt|
Technical changes, print errors and mistakes reserved. All data are approximate values of the standard model without options. Latest revision: May 2018