Terex Ecotec equipment for wood processing, recycling and biomass applications is now available through Columbus Equipment Company’s Environmental Division. Products include shredders, trommel and recycling screens and conveyors.
Terex Ecotec is a world leader in the industry with machinery designed for efficient production, low operational costs and ease of maintenance.
Terex Ecotec’s versatile screeners can be used to separate and process a wide range of products. The PH2100 and PH1600 models have already proven to meet the needs of local mulch and recycling operations served by the Environmental Division. The PH2100 (with a 21-foot drum) and PH1600 (16-foot drum) are both high-production units that can be used for mulch, compost, topsoil, yard waste, aggregates, and demolition waste.
Conveyors from Terex Ecotec include fully hydraulic folding units that can be set up quickly. The line includes tracked mobile conveyors of 65, 80 and 100 feet as well as radial stockpilers and high- and low-level feeders.
The manufacturer also has slow-, medium- and highspeed shredders for various applications.
“The partnership between Columbus Equipment Company and Terex Ecotec is a win-win for customers, giving them access to world-class wood processing and recycling equipment with dependable customer support from Columbus Equipment Company,” said Mark DiSalvo, Environmental Division manager. “Terex Ecotec equipment is innovative, robust and user-friendly, with a wide range of products for the many applications we see in our territory.”
“We’re happy to welcome Columbus Equipment Company to our dealer distribution network,” said George Wilcox, sales and marketing director for Terex Ecotec. “Our marketplace demands excellent service whether customers are considering a purchase or whether they need aftermarket support. The Columbus Equipment Environmental Division team has an established reputation for providing exceptional service.”
Terex Ecotec equipment’s focus is on making your operation more efficient and lowering your operating costs. Contact your Environmental Division rep to learn how today.