Aug 31 2013
CBI equipment is designed for efficiency in material processing. The “less” in the CBI “more with less” motto refers to less energy consumption, less heat generated, less time to process a given amount of material and less downtime. In order to achieve these goals, our equipment is designed for rugged dependability and durability. So size and construction are design features that cannot be “less”. To the contrary, CBI’s World-class, construction is "more" heavy-duty than anything on the market. Our solid hog and shredder chambers, feed system and chassis, together with the industry’s most powerful engines, maximizes throughput (“more”) while minimizing processing time (“less”). Ultimately, this saves significant amounts of fuel, whether diesel or electricity, for every ton of material produced – benefiting both the environment and your bottom line.
Since its founding in 1988, Continental Biomass Industries has changed the standard by which all wood grinder performance and support is now measured. Through a combination of state of the art design, the latest in materials technology and unwavering commitment to quality and customer service, the CBI name has become synonymous with performance and reliability in a broad range of grinding, shredding, chipping and flailing applications the world over.
Starting with optimized rotor designs, CBI continually leads the industry through advancements and vanguard technology.
Because no two applications are really alike, CBI treats each potential new installation as one that is unique. An off-the-shelf approach might work in some applications and businesses but it certainly has little place in CBI's approach to business. The result of this focus on personal attention and customization is equipment that does exactly what the customer expects, when it is expected. This includes throughput estimates that are continually cited for their accuracy, and a level of support unmatched elsewhere in the industry. Because the CBI line extends across the full spectrum of the customer's needs - including shredding, feeding, sorting, grinding, screening and conveying, a single-source system design is no longer a pipe dream.