It is powered by a 64hp Hatz silent pack four-cylinder diesel engine. Performance is reported to be up to 12 tonnes of material per house. Key features include a 250kg twin-disc rotor to generate huge reserves of inertia and four double-sided blades mounted on the rotor to minimise inertia loss.
There's a new auto-feed feature that works by the feed rollers sensing awkward shaped material, reversing and then re-presenting it without letting go - giving a better chance of crushing and processing the material without operator intervention.
The TW350TDHB(t) can be seen at IoG Saltex in Windsor on 7-9 September and also at the APF Show in Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, on 23-27 September.