Morbark Next Gen 6400XT Wood Hog horizontal grinder

The Morbark Transport Dolly for the Next Gen 6400XT was developed to simplify how customers transport their machines. Equipped with independent air-ride suspension and remotecontrolled front and rear hydraulic locks, a single operator can attach the transport dolly in minutes, eliminating the need for a specialised low-boy trailer.

“The Morbark Next Gen 6400XT is the best in its class Vegetation management for processing wood and organic waste with power and reliability,” said Michael Stanton, vice president of sales and marketing at Morbark. “The new Next Gen 6400XT, scheduled for fourth-quarter 2023 release, builds on that legacy.”

In addition to the new transport dolly system, the Next Gen 6400XT has undergone a few other updates:
• Enhanced frame design allows for Transport Dolly attachment while keeping machine width to three metres, providing uniformity for both domestic and other global markets • Automatic hammermill drive-belt tension system, and
• PT Tech patent pending Hydraulic Torque Limiter provides the ultimate driveline protection while allowing ease of setting adjustments based on grinding application.

Denis Climaf

Denis Cimaf introduced a new line
of open-face, carbide-tip mulching
heads for dedicated carriers, skid steers,
and excavators. The new mulching heads
will be known as the Denis Cimaf DX series.

Denis Cimaf, an affiliated Morbark brand and leading manufacturer of industrial mulching and brushcutting attachments, introduced a new line of open-face, carbide-tip mulching heads for dedicated carriers, skid steers, and excavators. The new mulching heads will be known as the Denis Cimaf DX series.

“Using the same durable Denis Cimaf frame customers have come to trust, we’ve developed a heavy-duty rotor suited for harsh environments where it is possible to encounter ungrindable objects,” said John Balogh, director of sales for Rayco Forestry and Denis Cimaf. “In addition, the rotor and motor orientation provides a compact package that creates less stress to the carrier.”

The DXF features heavy-duty carbide teeth that rip through hard and soft wood up to eight inches in diameter, and is ideal for tackling mulching or brush clearing with power and hammer-style force. In addition, it’s well-suited for land clearing, vegetation management, and utility and roadside maintenance in unknown and rocky terrain.

The Denis Cimaf DAF mulching head in
action. The new DX series head introduced at ConExpo will be in production later in 2023.

Timberwolf

Joining Morbark at ConExpo this year was sister Alamo Group company, Timberwolf, from the United Kingdom, which showcased the TW 280HB HYBRID brush chipper.

The Timberwolf TW 280HB HYBRID was developed to meet the growing industry trend toward more sustainable solutions. With a processing throughput of over seven tonnes/hour, the TW 280HB HYBRID offers a class-leading 62 peak horsepower, but only 25HP enginelevel emissions. Simple to maintain, the TW 280HB is ideal for companies and organisations committed to minimising emissions without compromising performance.

Supplementing engine generation power is a power-dense hybrid system. An Inmotion Generator Synchronous Motor (GSM) and energy-efficient SECH supercapacitors are integral to the system.

Providing swift recharge capability in contrast to Li-ion battery solutions, supercapacitors store and release energy quickly, coping with the variable duty cycle of the arborist’s job. Furthermore, this is integrated into a self-supported system that doesn’t need external charging to operate. As the arborist’s working environment is continuously changing and the work schedule is often long, the TW 280HB HYBRID will perform throughout the day, every day.

“Balancing performance and emissions was a challenge that could not be met by simply dialling down engine sizes,” explained Guy Marshlain, Sales and Marketing Director for Timberwolf. “Therefore, our journey towards net zero began with the decision for Timberwolf to lead its own hybrid powertrain-development program. The TW 280HB HYBRID is simply the first step in using our technical expertise to meet the sustainability challenges of the future. There is certainly more to follow.”

The Timberwolf TW 280HB HYBRID
brush chipper was developed to meet
the growing industry trend toward
more sustainable solutions.

Also, in the Morbark booth was the tried-and-true Morbark 3000XT Wood Hog horizontal grinder, 1821 and 1415 brush chippers; from Rayco, the C120 Forestry Mulcher, 4000AWL articulated wheel loader, and RG80 stump cutter; from Timberwolf, the TW 230HB brush chipper, and from Boxer, the 600HD mini-skid steer.

ABOUT MORBARK, LLC

An Alamo Group Inc. (NYSE: ALG) holding, Morbark, LLC, has innovated and manufactured durable, high performance equipment for over 65 years. Morbark’s equipment helps customers process and convert wood and organic waste materials into sellable end products. The company produces a full line of brush chippers, stump cutters, mini skid steers and articulated wheel loaders, forestry mulchers, whole tree and biomass chippers, flails, horizontal and tub grinders, sawmill equipment, material handling systems, and mulcher attachments for excavators and skid steers under the Morbark, Rayco, Denis Cimaf, and Boxer Equipment brands. Sales and aftermarket support are through a worldwide, authorised dealer network. For more information, please visit morbark.com.

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