A stump grinder or stump cutter is a power tool or equipment attachment that removes tree stumps by means of a rotating cutting disk that chips away the wood.
Stump grinders can be the size of a lawn mower or as large as truck. Most accomplish their task by means of a high-speed disk with teeth that grind the stump and roots into small chips.
By Dan Rafter
Bill Schafer, VM product manager with Loftness, a manufacturer of attachments for grinders, says the demand for his company’s products, and for material-reduction equipment in general, has been on the rise for several years now. And that demand is only getting stronger today.
Design Delivers Maximum Drivetrain Protection & Dual-Direction Cutting
BURNSVILLE, Minn. (Aug. 25, 2016) – The new UltraGrinder™ by ArborWolf®, Burnsville, Minn., is the only stump grinder attachment in the industry with a radial piston motor for maximum productivity, a cushioned parallelogram mechanism for drivetrain protection and teeth on both sides of
Get on the right track with the new Model 2550 Track stump grinder from Bandit Industries. The introduction of this machine marks Bandit’s entry into track-mounted stump grinders in the 40-horsepower category, combining the popularity of the Model 2550XP self-propelled stump grinder with the versatility and go-anywhere mobility of a
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (January 27, 2014) — On July 10, 2014, The Toro Company (NYSE: TTC) will celebrate a rare business milestone — achieving 100 years in business. According to Michael J. Hoffman, Toro’s chairman and chief executive officer, Toro attributes its remarkable longevity to, “the character of our people and
While many jurisdictions require recycling of the C&D materials-as well as imparting restrictions on burning it-instead of shipping the materials offsite to be reduced to mulch, aggregate, or fill for someone else’s use, some companies are processing it onsite for onsite use. Trendsetter Construction is a Gladewater, TX-based construction company
Since the economic downturn, home and commercial building is down; therefore, construction waste is also at lower levels. In some quarters, however, demolition waste has taken a slight uptick, as foreclosed/deteriorating homes have been leveled. Older cities such as Cleveland and Detroit have seen entire neighborhoods disappear. The economic stimulus
Strict landfill regulations and cleaner-air pollution standards have created the next wave in recycling with the potential to become the cash crop of the new millennium. Forward-thinking entrepreneurs and municipalities now know how to take advantage of the machinery that helps turn landfill-bound yardwaste and timber into year-round profits and