wood shear Articles

  • Completing the Cycle: Composters, Wood Grinders Find Expansion Opportunities

     Composters, Wood Grinders Find Expansion Opportunities Interesting evolutions have taken place over the past ten years in the organics processing industry. Sites that opened to compost yard trimmings gradually transitioned into processing woody materials, while wood processors expanded into the composting arena. Other businesses that started with no plans for recycling wood discovered ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Resonant Column Tests on Partially Saturated Sands

    This paper describes the measurement of the influence of capillary effects on the dynamic shear modulus of partially saturated sands. A Hall-type resonant column apparatus was used to perform the experiments. The materials tested included natural angular and subrounded sands, angular and subrounded sands with specified artificial gradations, and uniform angular and subrounded sands with various ...


    By ASTM International

  • Adding On

    Today's demolition contractor differs greatly from his counterpart of as little as 25 years ago. Once solely dedicated to the demolition facet of a job, today's professional - in order to survive, let alone maintain a competitive edge - often must augment his operation with a solid material-processing and recycling effort. So when Fresno, California demolition professionals Kroeker Demolition and ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Schlitt services seawall, Vero Beach, Florida

    One example is when prime real estate, which is scarce in south Florida, forces developers to reclaim low-lying land for commercial use. Louis Schlitt, a Vero Beach area real estate developer, approached us with such a land reclamation problem. The property slated for commercial development butted up against a saltwater estuary. In addition to the existence of agency-protected species of ...


    By Presto Geosystems

  • Metalworking World: Let`s cut to the chase

    Slovenia. With every product custom-made for a global audience, Ravne Knives must constantly improve product quality as well as productivity. The latest improvements have been reached with the use of CoroMill 490. WITH A BACKGROUND in steel production in the Slovenia region that reaches back 400 years, Ravne Knives is today a world leader in the manufacture of industrial knives. The company is ...

  • Timber frame and post and beam construction

    Timber framing and "post-and-beam" construction are a unit strategies of building with heavy weight timbers instead of dimensional timber like 2"x4"s. Timber framing is sometimes additionally known as post and beams because as it is evident for its name that it is a way of using frame made of timber wood for construction because it acts as the main structure providing support to the ...


  • A second generation of clear-cut success

    Massachusetts clearing and grubbing contractor builds on a 43-year legacy with great people and great equipment. Some of the most desirable land in the Northeast lies within the rolling, wooded New England countryside. Among the clearing and grubbing contractors performing the important first step of commercial and residential development in the area, one of the better known is Letourneau ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Maryland firm clears 200 acres for new quarry construction Baltimore-area project demands planning, execution and an arsenal of tree clearing/processing equipment

    In his 28 years in business, Bob Orndorff has done a lot of site prep projects — and his fair share of larger site prep projects. However, he is quick to admit that, until now, he has never cleared a site for construction of a quarry, and the one his is currently doing, in the Baltimore suburb of Jessup, MD, is one of the largest projects he has ever undertaken. His company, RLO Contractors, Inc. ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Size Reduction Equipment Review

    Untitled Document LAST YEAR, BioCycle was approached by CalRecovery, Inc. - a ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Florida recycling operation grinds out profits with high-production machine

    A green waste recycling business started in South Florida in 2001 is already showing signs of success in its founding year. At a site located near growing population centers and equipped with productive and reliable equipment, Nu-Way Recycling Corp. is perfectly positioned to capitalize on its production capacity while at the same time diverting a sizeable stream of organic waste from landfills ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Mobility is key in landclearing effort theft of grinder from jobsite leads to change in approach to processing.

    One of the oldest adages around says that everything happens for a reason. And although it is hard to accept at the time, an unfortunate event can often turn out to be the proverbial blessing in disguise. Such apparently has been the case for Sunshine Land Design, which, since the theft of one of its main pieces of grinding equipment, has moved to a track-mounted horizontal grinder, dramatically ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Woody Biomass as renewable energy source

    In-depth analysis in Minnesota assesses the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of regional biomass generated electricity projects that tap into local feedstocks. The Center for Energy and Environment (CEE) in Minneapolis, Minnesota undertook a multiphase research project to create a framework that communities and legislators can use to determine the feasibility of biomass-generated electricity in ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Drum mixer compounds wide range of particles... and a modified paddle mixer solves a tricky problem

    In 1985 Mortex Manufacturing Co., Inc., bought a new rotary drum mixer in anticipation of expanding its line of chemical additives that are used to make decorative, nonskid coatings for concrete around swimming pools and on patios. The additives are mixed with white cement and white ...

  • Ocean carbon: A dent in the iron hypothesis

    Oceanographers Jim Bishop and Todd Wood of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have measured the fate of carbon particles originating in plankton blooms in the Southern Ocean, using data that deep-diving Carbon Explorer floats collected around the clock for well over a year. Their study reveals that most of the carbon from lush plankton blooms never reaches the ...

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