TANA SHARK 440DT
Engine: Cummins QSX15
Power: 439KW / 433KW eco
Emissions Limits: Tier 3 or Tier 4
Transmission Type: Hydrostatic
Rotor Torque: 440 KnM
Rotor Length: 3000 mm
Rotor Diameter: 920 mm
Knife Type: Bolt-on, reversible
Number of Knifes: 33 or 44
Mesh Sizes: 35mm-275mm
THE MOST VERSATILE WASTE SHREDDER ON THE MARKET
Applicable even for the most challenging materials the Tana Shark can shred a wide variety of materials, such as tyres, commercial & industrial waste construction & demolition waste, Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF), plastics, MSW, Waste wood, railway sleepers, household waste, mattresses and furniture, paper, shingles, ragger wireand other more!
One TANA Shark can replace three different machines. Many tasks can be performed with one shark instead of a pre-shredder, primary shredder and a screen.
TYRE SHREDDING WHILE SEPERATING METAL WIRES
Removable rotor screen for fine-tuning particle size
TANA Shark waste shredders are designed for shredding the widest range of materials. The TANA SHARK enables full control over the particle size from 50 to 500 mm (2” to 20”) with lowest operation costs. This enables time and cost savings as it is possible to perform shredding in just one pass. With the TANA Shark it only takes 10 minutes to add or remove screen sizes.
Screen sizes: 50mm, 76mm, 90mm, 109mm, 120mm, 140mm, 167mm, 220mm, 275mm.
EASY USER INTERFACE
TANA Control System (TCS) monitors and controls the machine functions. There are 12 pre-programmed operating programs for different types of materials and purposes of shredding. On top of that, extra customer-specified programs can be added.
The programs adjust the machine functions to optimal level for achieving the wanted output. For instance, overcharge pressure limits, rotor RPMs and conveyor speed can be adjusted.
If a non-crushable object blocks the rotor, TCS makes the machine reverses and try a few times until the object either goes through or the machine stops. The non-crushable object can be removed quickly and safely through the opening side wall.
TANA Shark operates on a hydrostatic power transmission identical to the one used in TANA landfill compactors including a patented swing frame system which protects the gears.
By comparison, TANA Shark is more heavier in weight than competitors. This is because of the robust steel structure. The material of the wearing parts is tailor made for TANA, as a result of years of testing, analysis and customer trials.