CBI debuts 6400CT Horizontal Grinder at 2019 Factory Forum
In the United States (US), forest, tree-care, and biomass industry professionals converged in Newton, New Hampshire (NH) for Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) premiere of the CBI Magnum Force 6400CT Horizontal Grinder and Chipper at the 2019 Factory Forum.
Continental Biomass Industries (CBI), a brand within US-headed Terex Environmental Equipment, premiered the CBI Magnum Force 6400CT Horizontal Grinder and Chipper at its recently held 2019 Factory Forum in Newton, New Hampshire.
The 6400CT processed steel contaminated railroad ties along with a mix of construction and demolition debris to headline the range of environmental equipment at the show.
The 6400CT’s cassette-style rotor is a great example of CBI’s customer-driven product development. This is an excellent machine for customers who demand productivity, reliability, and versatility without compromise said George Wilcox, Director of Sales and Marketing at CBI & Ecotec – Americas.
The CBI Magnum Force 6400CT Horizontal Grinder is an extreme-duty machine engineered for resilience and high production when grinding contaminated demolition debris, railroad ties, whole trees, pallets, storm debris, shingles, logs, mulch, slash, and stumps.
Customers and members of CBI’s Global Distribution Network were invited to attend the Factory Workshop Circuit prior to the Demo Day. Guests received personalized instruction on basic machine anatomy, tip and screen changes, controls, hydraulics, and rotor bearing changes.
The Factory Forum concluded with CBI’s Annual Golden Grizzlies Awards Dinner. Frontline Machinery was named CBI’s 2019 Dealer of the Year and Columbus Equipment Company was named the Terex Ecotec North American Dealer of the Year.
Frontline Machinery and Columbus Equipment are exactly who you want representing your products in a territory. Their world-class customer support for sales, service, and parts continues to set them apart as two of North America’s leading industrial heavy equipment dealerships, said George Wilcox.