The TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer® (TKP)(patented and patents pending)is a new generation of equipment in waste management and recycling technology. It right-sizes your output and lowers your cost of ownership with a more reliable and durable technology.
Added to your workflow process it is a powerful machine that smashes input materials against themselves at high speed, thereby pulverizing hard materials and tearing softer materials into a fluff, creating a smaller output than traditional shredding equipment.
Use of the TKP in your workflow process can increase revenue through streamlined processes and a homogenised output that increases the value of the end product. As a result, it can also reduce costs for many materials processing applications, such as waste-to-energy processes, construction and demolition, composting and materials recycling.
The multi feedstock capability of the TKP makes it an economical choice when used to process different feed stocks on a single site rather than having to use two or more traditional machines to achieve the same outcome.
Current technology has been limited in what it can do to reduce waste resources to a specific element of size for use elsewhere. As more technology will be needed to recycle waste and keep it from landfill, the TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer® (TKP) offers an advanced solution. For example, the TKP can create an output more conducive to increased thermal efficiency in energy from waste , increased revenue for composting through higher quality output and increased volume and greater reuse from asphalt shingles into new applications.
The TKP also offers exceptional durability with a low cost of total ownership. Superior reliability and maintenance through fewer breakdowns of wearable or breakable parts, reduced maintenance and an extended service life makes the TKP an exciting addition to the waste industry.
The TORXX Kinetic Pulverizer® (TKP) (patented and patents pending) can process multiple feedstocks using just a single unit delivering significant value to recycling and waste reduction markets.
This revolutionary new technology relies on a 500 HP motor to spin pads at high speeds and generate multiple vortices inducing matter-on-matter self-destruction. Waste material tears itself into fluff, if soft and ductile, or pounds itself into granules, if hard and brittle.