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Morbark combines heavy-duty construction and new technology in the 1300B tracked tub grinder

The all-new TG5000 tub grinder features a 60-inch-deep and 12-foot-wide tub opening. Vermeer says the bottom of the tub flares outward from the tub wall, allowing the hammermill to cut under the vertical wall of the tub, helping to reduce bridging and permitting steady feeding of material.

The 1600 Tub Grinder, with a hammer mill nearly 6 feet long, can grind 10-foot stumps at what Morbark calls "unprecedented production rates." With a tub diameter of 11 feet 2 inches, it can be fed with a 13-yard bucket. The discharge belt is 60 inches wide. Changing from a standard 22-hammer pattern to a 30-hammer pattern takes about an hour.

Morbark 1600 puts out 700 cubic yards per hour

DZT 8000 tub grinder has a short, compact design for onsite mobility and stability.

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