On UK Tana Equipment Sales’ David Banks’ Linkedin post, he details how the construction company needed a waste shredder that would be used on greenwaste, tree roots and stumps for composting and volume reduction for its waste facility at Rushton. “We also wanted the option of shredding tires for drainage, waste for RDF, and wood products for biomass,” says Michael George, operations director.
George says the Tana Shark met its needs. The shredder can also reduce operating costs by up to 30 percent and it uses less fuel than other shredders, Tana says.
Impurities in waste wood such as metal bolts, nails or other non-crushable items can cause downtimes or even damage many shredders and grinders. The Tana Shark, a slow-speed waste shredder maintains high capacities and uptimes with an easy, fast and safe access to remove any non-crushables, the company says.